Latest Tutorials

  1. Brush: 5 Masks

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 8, 2007

    5 mask brushes. GBRs for Gimp and an imagepack.

  2. Brush: Cloudy

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 8, 2007

    Realistic cloudy brushes for your skyscraping needs.

  3. Brush: Bloody

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 8, 2007

    "This is a set of brushes for The Gimp which includes "blood" drips and smudges, which will surely stain your shirt and make your mother very upset when she gets home."

  4. Brushed Metal

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 8, 2007

    Ever wondered how 'brushed metals' are made? Stop wondering. Here's a 3-step micro-tutorial helping you.

  5. How to Create Rounded Corners

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 8, 2007

    Designing web graphics or themes you often face the problem of smooth rounded corners. But how to create them? Using the sphere selection tool and then the rectangular selection tool can be very fiddly, especially for small images. And forget paths! But what to do?

  6. Bumpmapping Basics

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 8, 2007

    This tutorial describes a technique widely used to create 3D effects. The general idea is to create a "height-map" for the rendering.

  7. Replacing a Foreground

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    In this tutorial we'll explore a different method for isolating/selecting the subject, cutting it and pasting it into a different image, thus replacing the foreground of the new image.

  8. Replacing a Background

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    Learn how to replace a background in a photograph with a completely different one.

  9. Cosmetic Retouching

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    In this tutorial I'll show you some general techniques for cosmetic retouching. In particular: adjusting skin tone (removing redness), whitening teeth, removing blemishes, removing dark circles under the eyes, removing or smoothing lines and wrinkles and smoothing skin texture (e.g. pores, bumps, etc.)

  10. Soft Focus Portraiture

    Posted by kasrak on Jan 7, 2007

    I'm sure you've seen examples of "soft focus" portraiture, used to lend a soft, slightly hazy, "dreamy" feel to a photograph. In this tutorial I'll show you how to accomplish this easily with the GIMP.

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