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11-06-10, 5:16 AM

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This Thread is solely for the purpose of teaching interested members on how to use/ some techniques involving the use of GIMP.

Feel Free to ask anything that involves GIMP
Modified by DropOut, 11-06-10, 5:27 AM
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11-20-10, 7:40 AM

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I think nobody will post here, because most people use PS.
So this thread will be empty forever ...

In my opinion GIMP is as good as PS.
Yes, I use PS. But I still use GIMP.
At the beginning it is confusing to use GIMP, but after practicing, it's easy to use.
 
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11-20-10, 10:57 AM

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awww i use GIMP. it makes more sense to me than PS

dont have any questions though...


 
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11-20-10, 11:29 AM

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Umm, anyone know if it's even possible to round edges on GIMP @_@"? I've been trying for weeks... or maybe I just quail... can anyone help?
 
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11-20-10, 11:04 PM

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FairyDemon said:
Umm, anyone know if it's even possible to round edges on GIMP @_@"? I've been trying for weeks... or maybe I just quail... can anyone help?


You can try to use the eclipse tool to cut it out then paste it on another layer???(after you have merge all the current layers, create a new one) I've never tried it before but I think this may work.
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11-21-10, 5:04 AM

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@FairyDemon: I know how but I forgotten how to.. I'll answer it tomorrow I'll tweak my GIMP at home XD
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12-02-10, 6:20 PM

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You can try to use the eclipse tool to cut it out then paste it on another layer???(after you have merge all the current layers, create a new one) I've never tried it before but I think this may work.


Yeah it works, but how you make rounded borders ?_?
I make it much easier: I use the implented select option.

1. Click the [rectangle tool] (r).
2. Open the tool option.
3. Click the checkbox of Rounded Corners.
4. The Radius set appears. You can set the radius by scrollbar or write a number into the textbox, which is left of the srcollbar.
=> You set the option for rounded rectangle

To make a rounded rectangle:
5. Draw a rectangle.
6. Click the [Fill Tool] (Shift + b).
7. Click on the rounded rectangle in the main window to fill it with color.
=> rounded rectangle

To get a rounded border:
8. Click on the main window above [Select], [Shrink].
9. Choose a number ... like 3 to get a skinny border.
10. Press the key [Entf] on your keyboard.
=> You get a rounded border

I use this technic often by my member cards.
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12-02-10, 6:24 PM

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Heh, thanks guys ^_^ *goes off to try it*
 
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12-02-10, 6:24 PM

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Heh, thanks guys ^_^ *goes off to try it*
 
12-02-10, 6:24 PM

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Heh, thanks guys ^_^ *goes off to try it*
 
12-02-10, 6:29 PM

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Oh I found a easier way for beginners:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v2Nrt_T44Rc
 
10-23-11, 12:32 PM

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How do i make those things where you write text in?

For example:
 
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