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How could I make a curvilinear perspective with Gimp? I've found out making a linear perspective, but not curvilinear.

My guess was that there were any way to move the single points in the grid, and not just the endpoints.

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Sorry, I'm not an expert in perspective, bur it seems difficult to me change it in a 2D space (see here). There is a related question on stackoverflow –  Paolo Gibellini Nov 9 '13 at 12:35
    
@PaoloGibellini - Thanks for the links. I don't know yet how to create a Script-Fu, but I'll try. –  Manolo Salsas Nov 9 '13 at 12:39
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I've found a tool in Gimp 2.8 (transform grid), that has helped me to do what I wanted. Look at this example:

Original

original

Tool button:

tool

Create grid:

create grid

Transform grid:

transform grid

In this way, you could achieve giving perspective to linear images.

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