I was playing with gimp (still using 2.8 version) to discover interesting effects and what you see in the image is the one that caught my attention:
This effect can be achieved by applying a bump map effect located in filters menu. After applying the effect, I added a layer mask and finally I decreased the opacity of it in order to give some color to the final result.
Today’s tutorial is going to be easy and a little bit technical because I know that many new Linux users find installing anything to the system as a problem, I was one of them too. Continue reading How To Install Patterns For Gimp On Linux
Timelapse videos are very powerful for either for learning or improve your computer graphic skills. Perhaps there are people who think I’m wrong, but please try to believe me because I’m about to show you how you can learn from those speedy videos using simple tools that I bet you know. Continue reading HOW TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF TIMELAPSE VIDEOS
If you want to find a way to generate other texture maps like bump map, displacement map, ambient occlusion map the easiest way, well gimp can do it too.
Continue reading More Texture Maps With Gimp
Gimp can be more powerful than most people think. I found a very useful way to create normal maps with gimp and it’s easy and free also.
If you’re an artist that work with 3D application softwares like blender, 3dsmax, etc, you can take the advantage of this Continue reading Easy Normal Map With Gimp