Saturday, December 03, 2011

Doodling using Gimp ...

abstract image
(click on pic to see larger sizes)


Blogger Betsy said...

Oh that is really neat! I tried gimp and got confused! ha. Had to stick with picnik. ha.

3:52 AM  
Anonymous keith said...

Like Betsy, I don't understand Gimp. I use Linux (Ubuntu) as my main operating system. When I want to do any graphics I use my old steam-powered Windows desktop and Photoshop7, then I transfer the finished pic to my Linux laptop via a usb stick!

11:19 AM  
Blogger justin said...

Hi Betsy and Keith ... yes, I agree with you, it is difficult to get to grips with Gimp. To start with, you have to make a white background canvas, and then set Gimp's blend/gradient tool to about 50% opacity with one of the rainbow colours. Then with Gimp set also with a conical shape, I drew four parallel lines towards the bottom right corner to get this effect. All just doodling, really, but I'm pleased with the result. A bit more info on Gimp on my jwebdesigns.angelfire website.
You could probably do something similar with Photoshop.

11:37 PM  
Blogger justin said...

Another thing about the image, is that I've applied an arty canvas effect to it as well. Look under "Filters" in Gimp ... similar effects are available in Photoshop, of course.

12:03 AM  

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