On Sat, Nov 26, 2005 at 10:57:52PM +0100, Axel Wernicke wrote:
> Hi Carol,
> >>
> >>
> >>Any gfx wizards out there that want to support the GIMP manual??
> >>Thats you chance!
> >>
> >
> >i have successfully used the distress selection script-fu to make the
> >edges of screenshots look like torn paper.
> >
> >the sawtooth that you describe might be easier to achieve by making a
> >path:
> >
> > .               .
> >
> >
> >    .    .
> > .
> >      .          .
> >            .
> >
> looks like a view out of the window  to me  (its night in germany  
> already) :)
if you squint, can you make them look like they are twinkling?

> >
> >i don't know if those points demonstrate what i am trying to say about
> >using the pathtool, but the pathtool should be able to do to a gimp
> >image what i am unable to show via email, and that is to connect those
> >points with straight lines.  that can be turned into two different
> >things.  a selection by which to make your image smaller with and the
> >path can be exported to a simple SVG file and shared among all doc
> >writers who need the same effect.
> I know I could spend some time to try to achieve something by myself,  
> but since there are so many people in here that know how to be  
> creative, would I like to concentrate on writing manual and making  
> screenshots.
> So if any of you could just make an .xcf with one long border in it  
> as layer mask?
i am not certain what you are asking for here.  so i tried to make what
i had described earlier.  i have a fresh build of gimp as of yesterday
and the changes to the oilify filter should be there.  

the 383KB xcf contains the path, the active selection and the mask
making it one of the largest image files i have ever made considering
the amount of information being exchanged....

the path is there so you can export it and use it.

i feel like this is a quiz that i am not entirely prepared for....

please let me know if i can make any thing more specific for you.


> Please!
> lexA
> >
> >the svg can be transformed using all of the gimp's transformation  
> >tools
> >and will fit any gimp image with only a little bit of work.
> >
> >carol
> >
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