A year ago today, my nyjoomla GIMP interface -file was referred to one of the Ubuntu Forum threads.
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December 7, 2007 • 12:25 pm 0
Due to busy schedule, the GIMP drawing technique I was documenting is on hold for now. However, if you happened to wonder what an artist (which I am not) could do using GIMP to manipulate graphics, please check out AmyStephen’s blog about GIMP. Please click the image below to see what’s waiting for you.
An inspiration for those who want to use GIMP!
December 4, 2007 • 1:34 am 5
Today’s GIMP Tip of the day is so far the easiest tip to understand and a very important one. The tip is about saving an image. It reads, Read the rest of this entry »
December 2, 2007 • 8:01 pm 0
As a GIMP learner, the final drawing has given me a perspective on how to present the GIMP’s graphics manipulation capability for a simple drawing of a tree straight from the book. You can read my first post here.
Skills learned: Creating Layers, Using Drawing Tool: Brush, Saving Files with different file extensions, Creating directory and familiarizing ‘The Toolbox Window”, “The Layers Dialog”, and “The Image Window”.
My proposed process on how to create the FileName:MyTree if ever I would do it again “blind folded”. Read the rest of this entry »
November 30, 2007 • 5:42 pm 1
The completed first project is taken from the book Beginning GIMP: From Novice To Professional Copyright by Akkana Peck, APRESS.
The image below (tree) is the preview of the drawing project that I finished by following the instruction.
As far as I am concerned, there are at least three parts for this project. First part is how to draw the tree. The second part is drawing a box. The third part is planting the tree in the box.
The author was right. Drawing a tree as she puts it;
“is fairly simple and doesn’t require a lot of art experience”
and most of all the techniques used for this drawing are valuable skills for a starting GIMP user.