It shows up as Filters->Render->Pattern->Hex Grid... (which is the same sub-menu as the existing grid script). This script works on the current layer/drawable to be consistent with the way the normal grid plugin works.
This script compliments my "Sample Gradient Along a Path" script and was originally developed to generate the gradients bundled here. This script simply scales the image to be 1 px high and samples across it, so it only works correctly with horizontal gratent images.
You can however create some interesting gradients with other images. For example, an image that is 1/2 black and 1/2 white diagonally will creat a gratent that blends linearly from black to white!
Note: I accidentally posted this as a plug-in first. I've now correctly posted it as a script.
This script allows the user to select an item in the image and to create a true polar array of the selected object (think kaleidoscope as opposed to Ferris wheel seats). It is useful for creating objects that possess radial symmetry.
The user can control:
-center point of rotation
-distance from the center point to the objects in the array
-starting angle for the rotation
-angle between each copied object
-number of objects in the final array.
This script removes the timestamp imprinted on photos by digital cameras.
A friend had more than 400 photos with such a timestamp so I tried to get rid of it in a fast way. The script is a little quick'n'dirty but in most cases it's doing the job just fine. Better than I thought in the first place...
select the area with the timestamp (manually but optional)
select the color of the timestamp in your selection
add alpha channel to layer (transparent background)
Create shadowed thumbnail is a GIMP scrit which allow you to create a thumbnail preview of an image with a shadow effect.
For questions o r suggestions you can write to author mail address: email@example.com.
This script is part of a tutoria which is an introduction to scripting in GIMP. You can find the article (in ITALIAN language) at
web page at http://www.brainspace.it/?p=136