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Tricks and tutorials

centipede-3
Hmm. Due to selective demand, I've begun to assemble a few articles,
tutorials and tips on how to use the aforementioned brushes, patterns
etc. but also on various other subjects.

Some of these things are old - the manual is clearly better - and some
is hurled together in a few minutes.

Well, anyway..

Articles: http://www.artcamilla.dk/vaultage/articles/index.html
Resources: http://www.artcamilla.dk/vaultage/cornucopia/

Sincerely
Rene Jensen


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Re: Tricks and tutorials

"Rikard Johnels"
On Friday 06 May 2005 13.27, Rene Jensen wrote:

> Hmm. Due to selective demand, I've begun to assemble a few articles,
> tutorials and tips on how to use the aforementioned brushes, patterns
> etc. but also on various other subjects.
>
> Some of these things are old - the manual is clearly better - and some
> is hurled together in a few minutes.
>
> Well, anyway..
>
> Articles: http://www.artcamilla.dk/vaultage/articles/index.html
> Resources: http://www.artcamilla.dk/vaultage/cornucopia/
>
> Sincerely
> Rene Jensen
>
>
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VERY nice tutorials!
Easy to read and easy to follow.
Not to mention the great collection of brushes and patterns "made for us"...

Thank you Rene!
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Because it is a way you can give something without loosing something."
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Fwd: Re: Tricks and tutorials

"Rikard Johnels"

Forwarding this on request:


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Subject: Re: [Gimp-user] Tricks and tutorials
Date: Saturday 07 May 2005 12.39
From: "Centipede" <[hidden email]>
To: "Rikard Johnels" <[hidden email]>

Thanks. I'm glad you like them.

Could you please send this letter to the list for me? I would be very
grateful.

I've given up posting to [hidden email] now. It would seem
that I have to unsubscribe, resubscribe and wait an hour just to be able to
post a single letter.

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LAYER STYLE PYTHON PLUGIN.....

I'm surprised nobody has hacked on that before. After all, it's all
there: Parasites that gets saved with the image/layer, a python module
that can update the editor-view live, a complete scripting language with
gtk bindings.

I spend a handful of hours trying to make a proof-of-concept. See what
you think..

http://www.artcamilla.dk/vaultage/cornucopia/gimp-plugins/layer-style.py


1) Make a test image with a background and a transparent layer with say
a filled small rectangle.

2) Python-fu / Alchemy / Layer Style

3) Drag the slider

4) Close the dialog

5) Save the image and close it

6) Reopen the image

7) Select either the original gizmo layer or the auto-generated style
layer

8) Invoke Python-fu / Alchemy / Layer Style again and play with the
slider.


There's a HUGE TODO list on that script, but the necessary basics are
proven available although IT IS SLOW! But there are room for
optimization, especially with a little help from the real pros who knows
what is fast and what is slow.

WARNING: Cheap tricks such as this will become obsolete once GEGL is
ready, I can image.. :)

Enjoy

Centipede

P.S.: All my letters to this list seem to bounce.

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Re: Tricks and tutorials (A FWD from Rene)

"Rikard Johnels"
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I use the same thread as before to send a forward from Rene;

<fwd>

Thanks. I'm glad you like them.

Could you please send this letter to the list for me? I would be very
grateful.

I've given up posting to [hidden email] now. It would seem
that I have to unsubscribe, resubscribe and wait an hour just to be able to
post a single letter.

===============================================================
LAYER STYLE PYTHON PLUGIN.....

I'm surprised nobody has hacked on that before. After all, it's all
there: Parasites that gets saved with the image/layer, a python module
that can update the editor-view live, a complete scripting language with
gtk bindings.

I spend a handful of hours trying to make a proof-of-concept. See what
you think..

http://www.artcamilla.dk/vaultage/cornucopia/gimp-plugins/layer-style.py


1) Make a test image with a background and a transparent layer with say
a filled small rectangle.

2) Python-fu / Alchemy / Layer Style

3) Drag the slider

4) Close the dialog

5) Save the image and close it

6) Reopen the image

7) Select either the original gizmo layer or the auto-generated style
layer

8) Invoke Python-fu / Alchemy / Layer Style again and play with the
slider.


There's a HUGE TODO list on that script, but the necessary basics are
proven available although IT IS SLOW! But there are room for
optimization, especially with a little help from the real pros who knows
what is fast and what is slow.

WARNING: Cheap tricks such as this will become obsolete once GEGL is
ready, I can image.. :):)

Enjoy

Centipede

P.S.: All my letters to this list seem to bounce.

</fwd>

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Because it is a way you can give something without loosing something."
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Re: Tricks and tutorials (A FWD from Rene)

Sven Neumann
Hi,

Rikard Johnels <[hidden email]> writes:

> I use the same thread as before to send a forward from Rene;

Sorry, but may I ask why? The posts from Rene seem to have shown up on
this list just fine.


Sven
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