On Sun, 4 Dec 2005, thegame2119 andrade wrote:
> Hi, I am a new user of the Gimp program and have a question about it.
> Hopefully I am asking in the right thing. Anyway, I have used the free
> trials of a number of image programs and one tool I really like is the clone
> brush, yet I can't seem to find one in the Gimp. Is there one? The reason I
> like it is because I like to make graphics and stuff out of pictures I get
> on the web and some of these pictures have stamps or something on them
> depicting the logo of the website I got the picture off of and the clone
> brush is a tool I find most helpful in getting rid of the stamp and also
> making it look like I haven't touched the picture. If there is no clone
> brush in the Gimp, can someone recommend a good way to get rid of these
> website stamps on pictures without doing too much damage to the picture like
> cutting it up or cropping it and stuff like that? Any help would be
> appreciated. Thanks.
You may wish to experiment with the 'Clone Tool'
it looks like a rubber stamp
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