On Fri, May 27, 2005 at 09:11:54AM +0200, Olivier Ripoll wrote:
> Carol Spears wrote:
> >
> >i spent a few days gathering urls for resources, it is not finished and
> >there is not as many actual resources there as are in the other urls:
> >http://carol.gimp.org/gimp2/resources/
> >
> >there are also instructions there about how to make your own gradients
> >(borrowed gradients never worked well for me).  making your own brushes
> >is outlined on the gimp web site in three tutorials.  classic.gimp.org
> >has a tutorial about how to make seamless patterns the old fashioned
> >way.
> >
> >http://classic.gimp.org/data.html if i remember correctly, adrian put a
> >few hundred gradients there.
> >
> >search engines will help.
> >
> Tigert has some palettes (it seems the 2 visibone are already in gimp, 
> but I do not see the others)
> http://www.tigert.com/gimp/palettes/
> Although they are more scientific-oriented than artistic, the scientific 
> gradients are interesting (there is also a script on that web site):
> http://www.thomas-lotze.de/en/software/gimp/gradients.html
> Just my .02 links cents.
well, thank you for this reminder about tigerts resources; to make that web
page, i was simply searching the web and pasting the urls to a list.  i got 
bored and the list is incomplete.  it is a task for when i am more braindead.

the mathy gradients are new to me.  thanks for the url.


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