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In path edit mode we can add another node by Ctrl + left-click on the location we want it to be. Note that this will convert the straight line to a curve. To make it straight lines again we have to drag the node's handles onto the node.


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Some effects like blur can not be applied on indexed formats. You will have to change the image mode to RGB first. In Gimp this is done by selecting Image > Mode > RGB from the top menu bar.


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Gimp 2.8 does have a Gradient Map just like Photoshop. It is under Color > Map > Gradient Map. Open your image in Gimp. Make a second layer underneath and fill it with the color you want to show through, in this case a blue or purple color. Then with your top image selected, hit the Gradient Map. You might want to make the top image high-contrast ...


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There is no automatic way, such as you're looking for. At least, not to my knowledge. You could have a go at it with the clone or healing tool, which can yield ok results. Select the healing brush. Set it to hardness 025 and size 30. ctrl-click next to the line. Draw over the line. Optional: fix things a bit with blur brush. Although this can yield ...


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This is the best I could get using GIMP (without any plugin): First I applied Filter > Artistic > Photocopy, then applied contrast-brightness two times...


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Alternatively - you can just use the Select by color tool (just next to the magic wand on the tool box) - and click on any white part of the image. This will select the white areas - then, just copy and paste on the target image. The "color to alpha" as @PieBie put it, is more precise, and better to remove a solid background when you want to keep a lot of ...


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Easiest way to remove one color is: Colors > color to alpha select black (HTML: 000000) ok > ok done Then you can copy-paste the layer onto any other image.


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In the time that I've used GIMP, I haven't ever found a keyboard shortcut that helped me scroll through my brushes faster, nor did I find a shortcut that helped me increase the brush size... Nonetheless, I think Photoshop (no matter the version, I believe) should have this feature. I've seen people go through the brushes insanely fast, and I've also noticed ...


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From the experience I've had with GIMP, you can't achieve the same look... However I would suggest that you play around with the contrast. I would also suggest de-saturizing the image first, and then play around with the contrast to see how much or how little you want. You can find it under Colours > Brightness-Contrast. If you put the contrast way up, ...


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The first part is realy easy. Don't scale your image using any interpolation method. Choose None in the dialog box. Use exact multipliers.


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You can create layers with 100x100 pixel squares on a 800x800 pixels document, move them around and changing its colors.


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The easiest way is to click on the Layer Mask thumbnail, on the Layers Dialog, so that it is the active drawable, then copy and paste it to a new image (ctrl + c, ctrl + shift + v) , and just export this new image as usual. (the pasted image will be grayscale, as expected) Maybe it is the only way using the program's GUI - (there may be variants, but in ...


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In GIMP or any other Image editing program, the easiest way is to use Layers for this kind of thing. Check GIMP's initial documentation on Layers here: http://docs.gimp.org/en/gimp-using-layers.html The basic concept is that each image, when open in GIMP behaves not only as a printed image on paper, but as a stack of several transparent films, the ...


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I don't know how gimp work, but talking about the concept. The two color seems to have the same average gray so when you convert it to grayscale it doesn't make any difference. all you need to do is some color equalizing before conversion. try to work on the colored version first, by equalizing the color and raise the blue a little this will ensure raising ...


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Open image in photoshop. Convert it to grayscale by Image>Mode. Save As it to .eps. There are 3 options to select .eps - (1) Photoshop EPS (.EPS) (2) Photoshop DCS 1.0 (.EPS) (3) Photoshop DCS 2.0 (.EPS). Choose only Photoshop EPS (.EPS). Then EPS option dialogue box appears. Here select Preview>TIFF(8 bit/pixel) and Encoding>Binary. Then Save it.


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duplicate backround layer and scale it by 50 percent width and height then drag this smaller layer into a corner ofthe background layer you get the middle point


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So, indeed this can be considered a path-stroking bug - or at least missing feature. Even if GIMP developers can fix it, a new release with the feature implemented could take months. On the other hand, this kind of thing is more or less easy to do using the script-engines that come along with GIMP. The following 6 lines of code can be pasted as they are in ...


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To make a colored bitmap black and white in Gimp follow these steps: Adjust Colors > Hue-Saturation to Saturation -100 Make grey tones black using the Colors > Levels tool by dragging the black point to the right until happy (here I used 150 for black): Make the white background transparent with Layer > Transparency > Color to Alpha choosing (default) ...


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I'm afraid that the correct answer to your question is 'you can't'. As Joonas mentioned in his comment, it's going to be nigh impossible to create something good-looking with automated processes like sharpening tools. Those will only emphasise on the blockiness of the image I suppose you're trying to get rid of. Tracing (as in converting this bitmap to a ...



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