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You do not add images to Gimp, regardless of being vector or raster. Photoshop has a library function, but Gimp does not. Keep the folder with files wherever you want to and just open the image you want to use in Gimp. Fonts and brushes are different to images, in that you never use them alone. In the case of decorative elements, this is an edge case. You ...


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This can be done in Photoshop, but here is an alternative that may be easier for this purpose. Download FastStone from faststone.org Launch to program, navigate to the folder where the files you want processed are Select the files you like processed, then press F3 (or right-click/tools/batch convert) You will see the selected files in a window on the right ...


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Click the "Chain" icon between the Width and Height boxes to unlink the two properties. This allows you to change the Width and Height properties independently. NOTE: If you only edit one of the dimensions without keeping the ratio then your image will be distorted. If you want to keep the image ratio the same but still change the width of the image then ...


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Use a hard brush of appropriate size, pick the color from the corresponding adjacent area, and paint the lines away. Zoom in at the ends for pixel-perfectness.


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Select the lines individually with the magic wand tool and fill will choice color to remove line and replace with the fill. This type of drawing is best created and edited in Adobe illustrator-- you could probably re-create very quickly by importing your image as a jpg or pdf as a template and tracing shapes with tool set. Adobe illustrator is resolution ...



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