A good place to start is the Writing a GIMP Plug-In documentation:

Once you get the basic idea how plug-ins work and come up with an
algorithm you wish to implement, it helps to take the source code from a
simple plug-in, i.e. blur, and replace the algorithm and plug-in
information with your own.

- David

On Thu, 1 Feb 2001, Image Processing wrote:

> Hi, I am learning image proceesing nowadays. And I find that GIMP is really a nice 
>place to visit. 
> I have several questions. I like to implement some special effects by myself, such 
>as 'Colored Pencil', 'Chalk & Charcoal' in Adobe Photoshop. But I don't know how to 
>do. Could anybody give me some advice about how to do? Thanks a lot!
> Best Regards,
> Bam

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