Part 2- GIMP Brushes Web SitesIt's been a while since the first part of the series. That's why I have cleaned up a little and tweaked the first article as well. Like I wrote in part 1:"Unfortunately good GIMP resources are rare on the Net. Most links end in 404-Errors, Domain parking pages or "Made for AdSense" sites." It hasn't changed. :)
Following on from falldown's GIMP tutorial on a glass text effect, I've used the method to produce some effects for a GIMP splash screen.If you d/l the image, resize it to whatever you want, and put it in /user/.gimp-2.x/splashes (create the directory if it doesn't exist). GIMP will pick a file at random to display at startup
GIMP Paint Studio is a collection of cools brushes and tools that makes GIMP more suitable for digital painters and graphic designers.
Although, for Digital Painters – there is a dedicated program called – MyPaint (it’s available there in Ubuntu Software Center) but if you’re a GIMP user and want to leverage you GIMP skill rather than learning a new program (BTW, MyPaint i
Hi I'm a linux newbie and am having some problems with installing Gimp 2.8. I previously installed Gimp 2.6 onto my 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04 machine using Ubuntu Software Center. However, I recently tried out 2.8 and found that I like the changes and would like to install this version instead.
Update.Just installed gimp-dev 2.7.on my 64bit setup based on testing.Created the directories 'plug-ins' and 'scripts', copied the relevant files to these, opened gimp, loaded a photo and all working OK with the scripts and the gmic plugin.NS.
GIMP 2.6.9 is released. For newbies, GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. As you can infer from the name, GIMP is completely open source and is also free as in free beer. GIMP is pitched as the open source alternative for Adobe Photoshop. GIMP is cross platform and yes, GIMP has a Windows version also.
Prior to upgrading to 14.04 on my 64-bit laptop, Gimp 2.8 ran perfectly. Since the upgrade, Gimp is prone to just quiting -- it just winks out of existance. This also happens if I start Gimp and try to open "some" image files (plain jpg images); Gimp winks out of existance.
I took the time this morning to completely get rid of Gimp, and I mean completely.