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You can't, yet. In the current development cycle of GIMP (that's 2.9.x, to be released as GIMP 2.10.x) the foundations for non-destructive editing are laid. It is expected to have this in GIMP 3.x.


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Uxpin is not free, but I've used it for sharing interface design and it's worked really well. You can create interfaces dragging elements, it uses Smart Objects, interactions, has a huge library of elements, version control and a nice comment system. Only downside is that every person in the project needs to have an account, which is quite pricey.


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Select photoshop → preferences → guides, grids & slices. Define grid as desired Select view → show → grid; then check extras. Check view → snap to grid; then check snap. Turn on the Paths window if it isn’t already visible. Create a new path called Horizontal. Use the pen tool (P). Define a horizontal line segment at the top of the grid. Single click ...


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No, this is not possible. You aren't the first to suggest this, but it isn't being worked on at the moment: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=622625


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If you would like to move on from the type of drawing you are doing just now to a more detailed image then try posemaniacs.com they have a huge range of 3D built images that show skeleton and muscles - it really helped me to understand the muscles and the different shapes that the body has. Also try this site ...



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