On Saturday 04 July 2009 05:50:11 pm Jozef Legény wrote:
> On Saturday 04 July 2009 23:06:55 Ashutosh S. wrote:
> > >Ashutosh S. wrote:
> > >> I am new to GIMP can anybody tell me how to this in GIMP
> > >> check the pic at
> > http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_7ZYqYi4xigk/SkuOtxD_GVI/AAAAAAAAD-s/m
> >4JhUHCC_Bw/s 1600-h/left_nav_compare.png
> > >Looks like they did two screen shots, (print screen), focused
> > > in on the items, cut them and pasted them to a new picture.
> > But how they produced the shadow that too in 3d box effect,
> > actually I searched a lot on the net to check what this process
> > can be called but no clue, can anybody suggest
> You could use the path tool to create the boxes' edges. Then
> convert that path to selection and apply a gradient to that
> selection (all of this on a separate layer), the gradient would
> be from black to transparent.
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The shadow with the gradient could be created on a layer as a
rectangle, then shaped to the two images using rotation and the
I would apply the gradient as the last step. This layer would need
to be between the normal label layer and the exploded label layer.
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