Some of us are probably addicted to capturing moments in pictures. I can understand why. It’s one of those things that help us go back to the good old days, so to speak. It’s also something that creates a ‘time machine’ for us because those pictures show us what things looked like, not just remind us of the feeling but give us the atmosphere all over again.
Anyhow, I haven’t been using GIMP much and I’ve mainly been taking pictures with my toy cameras (plastic film cameras: fisheye 2, brandless camera with panoramic mode, etc.) these …read more
Ok, so there are seven interesting projects to check out, as mentioned by the Tux Radar blog. Not just one! But seven! Goodness, gracious. How does one give so much time to all these projects?
nyway, in that list of seven projects, two of them caught my eye. First involves you writing a text-based interactive game. You can use the tool Gnome-Inform7 for this. It’s basically an application that lets you create your world and describe it. You could code your game just by writing it all in plain English. Who says you …read more
Most Linux distros I’ve tried almost always have GIMP. Though I use GIMP from time to time, I haven’t really used it often enough for me to get really used to it. My primary use of GIMP is for adding watermark to scanned photographs or cropping images I want to use.
In any case, there is GIMP Paint Studio which is basically a different configuration of the application. For those of you who frequently use it, you’re probably wondering if there’s a better configuration somewhere. Luckily, there is one and it’s GIMP Paint Studio. You could download it here. …read more
I’ve been thinking about editing some of my pictures in GIMP and I’ve seen the brushes in Photoshop which could be used for cute effects. Photoshop brush envy?
Yes, I have it. And I am glad that it’s possible to use them in GIMP. (Cheers for GIMP!) This is possible with GIMP from version 2.4 onwards. eHow.com’s guide to using Photoshop brushes in GIMP is pretty straightforward. It teaches you to look for the version of GIMP you’re using then installing the brushes you’ve downloaded. For my trial, I got some brushes from DeviantArt …read more
The GIMP is usually installed as the graphics editing tool in Linux distributions. You might be looking for ways to use it and you might have tried it already and thought it felt really weird. It’s because it’s different from the default graphics app in Windows which is Paint. It has more features than Paint.
gimp-tutorials.com – A website which compiles various tutorials (shown in a frame within the page) which could help you create borders around your images or create a header image for your blog.
Gimpology – The site is like Gimp-tutorials but it doesn’t …read more