Re: How to do this ?

2000-09-27 Thread James Smaby

For the bichromie use `Curves' switching `value' with different colors.
Then just mess with the curve holders until you get what you want.
two down one to go!



Re: How to do this ?

2000-09-27 Thread James Smaby

I think for the last one you just need to use the newsprint filter
(under distorts).  You'll have to take it off RGB so that you just 
get black and white, of course!



Re: How to do this ?

2000-07-05 Thread Michael

Hi!

 I would like doing something like this :
 http://axel584.free.fr/table6.gif
 Whith Ph0t0sh0p, I do a blur on the shape (or the text) and I put
 the image/mode to bitmap (with corrects arguments)
 But I didn't found this on the gimp.
 Who can help me ?

Try out the 'Newsprint' plug-in included in Gimp 1.1.x. It should give
the desired output. If you've got Gimp 1.0.x then you have to download
the plug-in at http://registry.gimp.org.

CU, Michael

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Re: How to do this ?

2000-07-05 Thread Jon Winters

On Wed, 5 Jul 2000, Michael wrote:

 Hi!
 
  I would like doing something like this :
  http://axel584.free.fr/table6.gif
 
 Try out the 'Newsprint' plug-in included in Gimp 1.1.x. It should give
snip

That was my initial thought but I tried the plugin and it was no workie!
Now I've seen samples of that effect generated by that plugin but the
default settings do nothing and fifteen minutes of messing with it did not
help.

Suggestion to plugin maintainer:  Please have default settings that
actually demonstrate what the plugin is supposed to do. (most gimp plugins
are pretty good about this)

Thanks!

--
Jon Winters http://www.obscurasite.com/

   "Everybody loves the GIMP!" 
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Re: How to do this ?

2000-07-05 Thread Michael

Hi!

 That was my initial thought but I tried the plugin and it was no
 workie! Now I've seen samples of that effect generated by that
 plugin but the default settings do nothing and fifteen minutes of
 messing with it did not help.

Maybe 15 minutes are not enough. ;-)

Draw your shape (b/w), blur it really good and then apply the newsprint
plug-in with about 80 LPI and 10 pixel cell size. All angles (red,
green, blue) should be set to the same value (!!! - 35 degrees look
good).

Now fill a new layer with the desired color. Add a layer mask. Paste the
newsprinted stuff into it. That's all...

Have a look at a tutorial of mine describing making 'techno text' using
this technic at the Gimp User Group [http://gug.sunsite.dk].

CU, Michael

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