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  How to achieve texture gradient?
Posted by: marigolden - 2 hours ago - Forum: General questions - No Replies

How do I get a similar stippling effect that is on the lighter parts of the blue & white gradient of these trees? I have a different tree that’s colored solid white aside from its brown trunk so it didn’t stand out of the background I wanted to put it on. So this is the sort of effect I want. I fuzzy selected the top of my white tree, picked 2 color swatches, then stretched the gradient tool in a vertical line. So the coloring’s good to go but I just I don’t know how to get a texture effect that’s concentrated at the top and evenly transitions down like this.. How would you go about it?
Attached file + here is link to the same picture. You have to zoom in to really see it because it's subtle.

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  gimp selection mask plugin
Posted by: denzjos - Today, 10:46 AM - Forum: Tutorials and tips - Replies (7)

To manipulate part of a photo with multiple masks : https://github.com/edoardogiacomello/gimp-mask

- load a photo
- make a selection
- start the plugin (filters / Light and Shadow / Mask)
- set Number of steps, Desaturation Mode and Apply mask to
- wait for the build of masks
- click on the layers (a white frame appears arround the layer you clicked on) to use curves, levels, hue saturation, etc... (not on the masks !)

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  How to get rid of color splash on color table?
Posted by: marigolden - Today, 01:29 AM - Forum: General questions - Replies (3)

I went to darken the foreground color and see it is bathed over in pink paint...very weird. Anyone know how this happened/how to get rid of it? It doesn't seem to affect the functionality of changing the color, just makes looking at the previewed options messed up.

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  Replace two color in 100 images
Posted by: AmazingGimp - Today, 12:06 AM - Forum: General questions - Replies (2)

I have 100 png images file where they are the sprite image. shown below here. (My application would require these 100 images to do the image processing, cannot use gif 
What is the fastest method to replace these colors ? 
I do not want to open these files 100 times and just replace the "blue and grey" with "green " black", etc etc.
I have to do these a multiple times as well, for color verification with other members. That would be i have to process this couple hundred times.
Hope someone can shed some light. etc). Huh

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  Rotating item cuts it off, how to enlarge content boundary?
Posted by: marigolden - Yesterday, 06:40 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (4)

The dashed line square around a pasted item is too small for me to rotate it without it cutting off. I know how to do layer>crop to content but how do I do the opposite and make the boundary bigger?

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  color to alpha is greyed out?
Posted by: Loriblackdog@brighthouse.com - Yesterday, 03:02 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (3)

Hi All,

I am trying to remove a background and when I go to colors and try to add color to alpha it is greyed out?  How can I fix this.  I would greatly appreciate any help you can send my way. Huh Huh

Thank you

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  Fuzzy selecting makes part of picture more transparent..
Posted by: marigolden - 12-08-2019, 07:59 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (8)

I want to get rid of the liquid from the mug so I fuzzy selected with a threshold 90 the coffee part, but when I clear it the pink part directly above it becomes more transparent. Why does it do this?? I'll probably just make a path instead but just wondering...

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  Mp3 files became GIMP files
Posted by: 123steve - 12-08-2019, 07:53 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (3)

Since downloading GIMP I discovered a file on my external hard drive that consisted of music files, now shows that they are all GIMP 2.10.14 files.  How could this happen and what do I do to change them back to Mp3s?  Of course they will not open in any music players I have.  Anyone with a clue as to what is going on?
Steve Wilson

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  change all "white" to red in jpeg
Posted by: kbuzzard - 12-08-2019, 01:05 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (5)

My daughter has drawn a picture on white paper using a very fine black pen. It is a complex forest but for the purposes of this question we may as well imagine that she has drawn a fine grid of squares, each a few millimetres wide, on a piece of A4 paper (210x297mm). If we scan the picture with a scanner we will be able to turn it into a jpeg (or a pdf) and open this jpeg in gimp 2.10.

She has made pictures like this in the past and then changed all the white to red using the "fill" functionality of gimp, carefully going through individual areas and clicking on each. But in this situation there are so many small areas that she will clearly be better off using some sort of automation. She wants all the "white" of the jpeg (which will of course translate to many slightly different RGB colours) to turn red (my understanding is that she would be fine if all the red were precisely FF0000). So basically she wants to look at every pixel and decide whether it's nearest to "white" or "black" and turn all the white pixels red.

Can this be done in Gimp 2.10?

If the correct answer to this is "look in the manual" then I apologise, please point me to the right place. We have only just started using Gimp and it is a huge piece of software which she is attempting to learn by doing and I'm attempting to help even though I know very little about the software.

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  Keyboard key colour change
Posted by: meetdilip - 12-08-2019, 12:12 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (4)

I have 2 questions

1. How to make a specific key in a keyboard photo of a specific colour ?

ie, all the keys are white.

2. Is there any easy way to change the key colour in the image below


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