Thank you - this looks much like what I'd like to do -- the photo on
bottom right in your collection of nine is just about exactly what I
have in mind.
Problem: I don't know how to download and use this. I did download,
and I did see the script -- but I don't know how to get it into my Gimp.
I will not be offended if you say that asking for such help is beyond what
I should expect. I'm hoping that you can give me simple instructions on
how to use the script, but I will understand if that is more help than I
I do like your script!
using Gimp 2.4.5 on Linux, SuSE 11
On Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 5:00 PM, Joao S. O. Bueno <gwid...@mpc.com.br>wrote:
> On Friday 13 February 2009, Helen wrote:
> > Thanks Owen and Joao -- I've tried the curve bend and the Iwarp -- both
> > would probably
> > be useful in more skilled hands.
> > And the tutorial is a good one too -- but I really want a full page that
> > has a slight
> > curve, like, you know if you were to take a sheet of typing paper, roll
> > briefly around
> > a cylinder such as a paper-towel cardboard roll, and then turn it loose
> > and now the
> > entire page would have a slight curl. Not just a corner, but the whole
> > page. I'm
> > thinking there probably is not such a filter and I may have to do
> > creative
> > that I haven't thought of yet!
> > Thanks so much for the ideas though.
> > Helen
> Hi Elen,
> I have recently written a script that has "curve bend" as its main actor.
> is made to create exactly the look you are describing, but after "slicing"
> the image in several rectangles - so the final image apppears to be a photo
> of several printed photos forming a loose mosaic over a background layer.
> Please take a look at "photo-mosaic" at www.gimpstuff.org , and check if
> could fit your needs. (You can set it for a 1x1 mosaic after all)
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