>I have been burning brain cells on this for a while. I do have one final
>question. Like in the case where there was green in all sorts of places, how
>could I go and change all the green areas to any color that I want, in only a
>couple of clicks?
>On 1/25/2012 11:26 AM, Brent Shifley wrote:
>> Here is the url to the file:
>> This is actually a much simpler graphic than what I would normally be
>> using, but you get the idea. In as few clicks as possible, I just want
>> the green areas, and want the rest of the graphics transparent.
>> Brent Shifley
The great thing about Gimp is there is always another way.
Have to confess, my first thoughts were with the G'mic plugin but maybe a
better way for your specific case is
Convert the image to indexed with a small number of colours
Edit the colour map so anything non green is (say) white
Back to RGB mode and colour-to-alpha to remove the white.
Short demo - 2 mins here http://youtu.be/xVy4rwoye6o
rich (via gimpusers.com)
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