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Create Your Own Headlines
Create Your Own Headlines
Have you ever wanted to be featured on the front page of a newspaper? Now you can with this tutorial. Learn how to create headlines that look like real newspaper cuttings. Follow this High Definition tutorial to find out more.
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Stroked Path Outlines
Stroked Path Outlines
This tutorial shows how to make an outline for a stroked path.
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Fancy Glow Effects in Gimp
Fancy Glow Effects in Gimp
In this one we’ll have a look at how to create some fancy glowing lines and how to make it so that the end of the line will fade nicely.
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3D Pixel Stretch Effect
3D Pixel Stretch Effect
Learn how to stretch lines of pixels into amazing graphics that pop out of the screen.
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Creating a Film Grain
Creating a Film Grain
Real-world images have lots of noise: film grain, scanner lines, CCD noise, paper texture, and just about anything else you can imagine. Computer-generated images, on the other hand, tend to be too real. If you need to make computer-generated images look like real-world ones, then this tutorial is for you.
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Scanlines
Scanlines
Learn how to make scanlines and other simple patterns in GIMP.
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Make Your Own Scanlines and other pattern effects in GIMP
Make Your Own Scanlines and other pattern effects in GIMP
Make Your Own Scanlines and other pattern effects in GIMP
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Simple Scanlines
Simple Scanlines
The effect of scanlines is pretty popular, mainly for forum-signatures. This tutorial shows probably the easiest way to do this simple effect in the GIMP, in just 4 very short steps!
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Broken Glass
Broken Glass
We began selecting an image; for this case, we chose this:
[img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m161/j_figueroa_g/Homeworks/Crash00.jpg[/img]

We created a NEW LAYER in bottom "is transparent" (Line), and, with the pencil, we made outlines like those of the graph of down.
In order to make straight outlines, with the tool "pencil" and maintaining pressed Shift the outline towards the other end of the starting point"¦
[img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m161/j_figueroa_g/Screenshots/Crash01.jpg[/img]

Soon, we created a NEW LAYER in "white" bottom; We duplicated the Line Layer and in the Picture of Dialogues, we positioned this new layer (Copy of Line) on the white layer.
"To combine" the layer downwards Copy of Line and White Layer in a single one.
[img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m161/j_figueroa_g/Screenshots/Crash02.jpg[/img]

Located on the layer recently combined, denominated "Gray", we will begin to select with the suitable tool but different sections from the graph, for, using the "bucket" of painting, to begin to color in different tonalities from gray.
[img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m161/j_figueroa_g/Screenshots/Crash03.jpg[/img]

Fact this, we applied to Filters Gaussian Defocusing in 5 x 5 (vertical and horizontal respectively).
[img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m161/j_figueroa_g/Screenshots/Crash04.jpg[/img]

After these actions, we activated Original Layer Image and we applied to the Filters Map To move (x=30, y=30) using as "gray map" the layer.
[img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m161/j_figueroa_g/Screenshots/Crash05.jpg[/img]

We must maintain organized the layers in the order and following way:
It castrates Line - Modo=Dividir - Opacidad=30
It castrates Grays - Modo=Dividir - Opacidad=30
Background (original image)

This way we obtain the final result"¦
[img]http://i104.photobucket.com/albums/m161/j_figueroa_g/Homeworks/Crash07.jpg[/img]
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