This Python plug-in helps in the comparison of the left part of an image to the right part (equilibrium or not). It can be applied to any type of image and computes the centroid of the gray image pixels. The centroid is similar to the centre of mass concept, where mass is replace by another quantity; here it is the lightness and the greyness of the pixel.
This script creates predefined black and white variations and saves them as layers. Users can choose which variations should be created.
For more sophisticated possibilities use the channel mixer or other tools. This script just uses typical black and white variations, to provide a quick overview - just switch the layers visibility afterwards.
Install to .gimp-2.6/scripts in your homedir as bwvariations.scm, then start GIMP or click Script-Fu->Script refresh, you'll find it then under Script-Fu->Misc->bwvariations
I made a CalendarGenerator plug-in.
1.Download "CalendarGenerator-ENG-32bit.zip" or "CalendarGenerator-ENG-64bit.zip" file.
2. Unzip this file.
3. Copy "CalendarGenerator.exe" file and "CalendarGenerator" directory into Gimp's plug-ins directory.
("C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\lib\gimp\2.0\plug-ins")
4. Open Gimp.
5. Plug-in is in Filters->Rendering->CalendarGenerator menu.
we have activated a few more anti-spam measures. In particular, plug-ins and scripts will now be checked more thoroughly for spammy content. This could of course lead to false positives, so please let us know if you see any issues!
We will also now automatically block accounts once we have seen a certain level of spam attempts. Thus, it is doubly important that you contact us if you think there is a false positive, don't just try over and over again, or you could be automatically blocked!
This is my new plugin developed for two basic purposes. A) Color reduction. It will reduce number of colors in an image while trying to remain as close to original as possible. B) Generating lines to be used for cartoonization of images.
The plugin is not finished yet. I present it here to get some feedback. Though it works fine yet.
For introduction, examples and further information see wiki: