That is highly unlikely to happen. First, Gimp manipulates raster
graphics, a vector based application would be more suited to the task of
creating an embroidery design. The file formats are pretty highly guarded,
too. If you search around you can dig up some people's works on breaking
down some of them. I use to have ambitions of writing my own software to
create designs, but it proved a much more enourmous task than I initially
gave it credit for. But even still, making an embroidery design is only
one part of the trick. =) Making an embroidery design that sews well and
looks good is a craft in of itself. I use software that was written
specificly for this task, and it is by no means an automated process.
believe this topic has come up before. For what it's worth Jens Ch.
Restemeier wrote a small app in java to read a small handful of formats
and you can find that at
Mike Vincent (aka V)
Tops Embroidery Works
On Thu, 12 Sep 2002 23:09:53 -0300
Ricardo Artur Staroski <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Is there any plugin to generate images (bytecodes) for embroidery
> Thank you very much for your attention...
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