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How do I achieve this par...
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  pores
Posted by: something - 4 hours ago - Forum: General questions - Replies (3)

hello I'm wondering if gimp is able to add pores simular to how photo shop dose in this YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUqO2ZQVDp4

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Question Circular text Upside Down
Posted by: KamilBennouna - Yesterday, 08:52 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (5)

Hi guys, new to this forum and to gimp overall.
I was trying to make this logo, and to put a circular text on the upper part of the circle. The problem was that the text kept going on the bottom, and if I rotated it and/or flipped it so it would be on the top, the text would be upside down.

Thanks for the help

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  arrow.scm
Posted by: datashuttle - Yesterday, 08:50 PM - Forum: Gimp 2.10 - Replies (1)

Hi,

I have the arrow.scm plugin loaded in the 2.10 plugins directory, but it doesn't show up in the tools menu.

Anyone know why?

Thanks

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  Placement of Add On Manager folders
Posted by: Pat625 - Yesterday, 08:13 AM - Forum: Extending the GIMP - Replies (2)

Is it possible to move all of the Add On Manager folders out of the user profile and Gimp itself?  I would like to have it outside of the GIMP program as I find it time consuming to reorganize every time we have a version update of Gimp.

If this is possible, how do I set it up so the folders can be found by the program. Do I make any changes in the main Edit/Preferences/folders menu or leave it alone?

Thank you in advance for letting me know what is possible and how to do it.

Windows 10, 64 bit    Gimp 2.10.6  Samj version

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  How do I achieve this particular effect?
Posted by: Audrey Hossain - Yesterday, 04:52 AM - Forum: General questions - Replies (4)

My question is a bit hard for me to word, so I instead made a simple illustration to demonstrate what particular effect I'm trying to achieve:
https://imgur.com/ajZOXJp

Basically, I want to do what is shown in the image, but with this weapon:
https://imgur.com/LHBA7C1

Firstly, is this possible on GIMP, if so, what tools may I use?
Any help is welcome.

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  Drawing tablet pressure sensitivity
Posted by: ningaman151 - 09-20-2018, 10:13 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (2)

When I draw the start of the stroke is always transparent and then it becomes opaque. I attached an image to show what is happening. The top is the start of the stroke. I tried different brushes but the same effect persists. I am using the pressure opacity dynamic.



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  Heads...(Threshold fun).
Posted by: trandoductin - 09-20-2018, 10:04 PM - Forum: Gallery - Replies (2)

ofnuts thought it was cool so i post it here too.



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  Sharpen does not work
Posted by: quand - 09-20-2018, 07:06 PM - Forum: Gimp 2.10 - Replies (3)

Hi

after several controls, sharpen does not seem to work with Gimp 2.10, windows 10

thanks for help

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  Remove light/dark lines
Posted by: nikopol - 09-20-2018, 01:44 PM - Forum: Gimp 2.10 - Replies (4)

   

First of all, sorry if I post in the wrong section and if for some the answer seems obvious.

I did some research but did not find the solution to my problem.
I want to remove light and dark vertical and horizontal stripes that appear on my image. 
These lines appear because the image is composed of 200 thumbnails stitch together. The areas of overlap and the difference in brightness and contrast of each tiles make these light and dark lines appear.
If you have a step by step solution (I am a beginner) I am greatly interested.
Thanks in advance

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Question Need help with stroke command
Posted by: audio2u - 09-20-2018, 03:40 AM - Forum: Gimp 2.10 - Replies (2)

Hi all,

First post here.
I HAVE searched the forum, but haven't found an answer yet. I've searched the gimp documentation as well, but had no luck getting the result I'm looking for. So...
I've rotated (at arbitrary angles) a bunch of images in a collage.
I have set the layer boundary for each image to be a good 100 pixels or so from the 4 corners of that layer's image.
I then use the "Select by colour" tool (with a threshold of 255) to select just the non-transparent pixels from the layer.
I then choose Edit/Stroke Selection.
And this is where things get weird.
It appears that Gimp is applying the stroke in some kind of 'layer blend' mode not equal to 'normal'. The stroke gets applied, but it is not using the colour I have selected in the FG/BG colour swatch panel. I have selected white. But my stroke always comes out yellow, and it is NOT a solid yellow. It's blended with the pixel data from the layer.
How do I get a solid white stroke?
Thanks in advance!
Cheers,
Bruce.

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