The order drawn doesn't matter, so long as they're selected in the
"Quae dissolvi non possunt."
*From:* "Dominik Tabisz" <d.kup...@gmail.com>
*To:* "Rob Antonishen" <rob.antonis...@gmail.com>
*CC:* "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
*Sent:* April 11, 2013 7:35 PM
*Subject:* Re: [Gimp-user] Warp like tool in gimp
Thank You Rob
After first trials this script seem to do more less what i expected :)
Now i'll have to spend some time with mastering path tool, and Your
script combined with perspective tool probably will do the job.
Not sure if the script "is aware" which path was drawn first. Does it
matter whether i draw top or bottom path first?
2013/4/11, Rob Antonishen :
> You could try the curve bend between paths script
> http://registry.gimp.org/node/19214 which was created to correct distortion
> from scanning books. It could work (but not having seen the source images
> in question, I can't guarantee it...)
> "Quae dissolvi non possunt."
> *From:* "Dominik Tabisz"
> *To:* "Steve Kinney"
> *CC:* "email@example.com"
> *Sent:* April 11, 2013 3:59 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [Gimp-user] Warp like tool in gimp
> Thanks Steve
> You mean this tool with polygon like looking icon?
> I'll try it again... on normal installation (on gimp portable it
> crashes everytime).
> I've already tried some tools from filters>distort menu in gimp 2.6 -
> they are effective to "remove fat" or similar things. But they lack
> precision, just as You said.
> I need such tool for slightly different purpose:
> I have photos of my paintings. Unfortunately some of them are not flat
> - paintings are bent or twisted a little. Perspective tool is not
> enough - it solve troubles with angle between lens and canvas, but
> can't help with bent watercolor.
> Photographing this paintings after framing is just too difficult. So i
> have to "digitally flatten" them for photography.
> I see what edges are bent on photo, so i need to transform it in the
> opposite direction without loosing any proportions on the image.
> That's why this "wrap tool" in Photoshop give me some hope ... but i
> really prefer doing my job with Gimp.
> Maybe there is a technique for making bent paintings flat on
> photograpy, only i'm not aware how to do it?
> Thanks again
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