I don't understand what you want... GIMP's "Filter Pack" plug-in
is apparently the same as photoshop's "Variations"...
What exactly do you miss?
khiraly <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> Im wondering, how powerfull is the plugin variations from photoshop.
> Its really usefull for face drawing. (My friend have showed it to me.
> And equally I have a video tutorial of this)
> How its accessible from the menu:
> How it is look like:
> I have searching something similare in the Gimp,
> I have found a plugin what have similar interface:
> Filters->colors->filter pack
> I have created a test image:
> I have launched the variation plugin, and clicked only at the 'More
> Yellow' thumbnail.
> Here is the sequence of this:
> And the first 'more green' result:
> The plugin operate with the layer effect in mode 'color'.(I suppose)
> I have followed the 'More yellow' process.
> (the variationYellow images)
> The process of gray color:
> On the original picture:
> R: 65%, G:65%, B:65% (a7a7a7)
> 1. step (More Yellow)
> R: 68%, G:76%, B:47% (aec279)
> 2. step
> R: 73%, G:85%, B:19% (bbd930)
> 3. step
> R: 80%, G:85%, B:9% (cdda18)
> 4. step
> R: 90%, G:95%, B:0% (e6f200)
> 5. step
> R: 96%, G:98%, B:0% (f4fb00)
> 6. step
> R: 98%, G:99%, B:0% (fafd00)
> 7. step
> R: 99%, G:100%, B:0% (fdfe00)
> 8. step
> R: 100%, G:100%, B:0% (fefe00)
> I have written this in hope, perhaps if somebody is interessing of
> writing this usefull plugin. What can I contribute? I can take many
> photoshop's screenshot, and I can contribute results of test images.
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