> While we're on this topic, can anyone mention
> any other best Gimp books they might know of?
> (Not to detract from the ones mentioned already,
> but I am already planning on getting them and
> would like to know any others.) Gotta get up to
> speed with any advanced techniques I can find.
> I've often found these books give a great quick
> method into areas of the programs you might
> overlook.
> Thanks

I have a book called Grokking the Gimp by Carey Bunks, and available
for on line reading at http://gimp-savvy.com/BOOK/

It was written against gimp-1.2, however it contains lots of theory
and other esoteric material to warrant its place in a list of Gimp


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