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  removing an object from an image
Posted by: metulburr - 10-19-2016, 12:54 PM - Forum: General questions - Replies (7)

My goal:
I am trying to remove the kid from the left. At least enough to crop to make a decent pic without him. 

I "usually" do this by selecting random smaller sections from the area and blending/healing them in to make it look more natural. However if there is a simpler way i would like to know. 

On this i copied a section from the right and moved it over. Its good enough up to the point that the selection is too dark. Is there a way to lighten the selection to the surrounding area all at once? 

[Image: GefTDUM.png]

The actual image
http://imgur.com/a/HoFFf

Cant upload here as the file is too large 4912x3264 at 2.3 MB

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Smile To the Administrators
Posted by: sallyanne - 10-18-2016, 02:46 PM - Forum: Gimp-Forum.net - Replies (1)

Are you able to add links to places where you can let people know where to get a good version of gimp etc?
I know many people will already have one before they go looking for a forum but just an idea. Maybe some other places as well that you trust. Or isn't it something you are interested in.

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  What They Didn't Show Us In '69!
Posted by: steven8 - 10-17-2016, 11:36 PM - Forum: Gallery - Replies (4)

I guess they just cropped the images to hide the truth!!



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  White balance
Posted by: Panlumix - 10-17-2016, 07:54 AM - Forum: General questions - Replies (6)

Hi,
I am a new member,and would like to ask whether there is a way to put the WhiBal plug-in into Gimp.I know it is possible to use it in Photoshop (BOO). Smile

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  Summer is gone.
Posted by: rich2005 - 10-16-2016, 10:37 AM - Forum: Gallery - Replies (1)

Summer has gone here, into Autumn. Looking back to the garden poppies, they always cheer me up but do not last very long. To remind me.

   

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  Inking & Coloring a Cartoon Character with Inkscape
Posted by: Espermaschine - 10-16-2016, 09:54 AM - Forum: Other graphics software - Replies (3)

I made this as practice. Never did something like that before, but i've been following Jason Secrest's YT-channel for a while.

You can get the drawing for free from his website.

Inkscape can do a lot of things Illustrator does, so that was a fun experience.
Making the halftone pattern was a headache though. But thats not Inkscapes fault.

   

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  Could not seek in XCF file
Posted by: nbeaudet - 10-16-2016, 08:47 AM - Forum: General questions - Replies (6)

Good day to all,

After applying many scripts to an image, I get the following message upon Saving an .xcf file:

Could not seek in XCF file

I am using Partha's 2.8.14 version, Windows 10 Pro 64 bit, Ram 16G.

When the file is ready for saving, it occupies around 7 G in current memory.

What is my problem?

TIA,

Nicolas Beaudet

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  is the Rate-Button a Like-Button ?
Posted by: Espermaschine - 10-15-2016, 12:38 PM - Forum: Gimp-Forum.net - Replies (3)

Or when should i use it ?

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  Poll: the founders look like
Posted by: Ofnuts - 10-15-2016, 12:34 PM - Forum: Gimp-Forum.net - Replies (1)

   
   
   
   
   
(last picture from Three Wise Men BW by csoro on DeviantArt )

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  Minimalism versus Bloatware
Posted by: Espermaschine - 10-15-2016, 06:44 AM - Forum: Extending the GIMP - Replies (6)

I recently cleaned up my Gimp.
Startup time was waaaaay too long for my taste and i know that i have a lot of scripts that i have no idea of what they are doing, meaning: i never use them.

Also edited a few scripts  so that they turn up in a different place where i would find them.

Had ofnut's resource manager installed some time ago, but went one step further and also put the majority of Gimp's native patterns and gradients in a resource folder.
I know that could be problematic with some of the scripts, but i dont think thats a problem in my case because i dont use the majority of one-click effects anyway.

Also deleted a ton of fonts i never use. Once you learn more about fonts, you get away from all the space fonts to a more classic and universal style.

Now everything is much more clean and tidy and i like it that way.

And to start with, im not even a big hoarder. I guess there are other users who have tons of patterns, gradients, fonts, effect scripts and plug-ins.

I hardly need any path related scripts because i make everything in Inkscape now and import it into Gimp.
In fact i think Inkscape and Gimp make such a great combination.
Loads of things that are so much easier to make in Inkscape (shapes obviously, text on a path, gradients, warped text, even kerning), while on the other hand adding texture, layermodes and filters is so much easier (and better) in Gimp.

So what does your Gimp look like ? Is it bursting with extras or do you like it clean and minimal ?

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