This plug-in creates a transparent layer on top of the active layer highlighting the parts
of the image with maximum local contrast, thus the parts witch are in perfect focus.
It also show which parts of the image are unrecoverable under,- and overexposed.
Finally, if there is transparency in the layer(s), the plug-in will indicate areas
with no image information.
It is optional to sample only the active layer or all visible layers.
If the image contains a lot of detail (or noise), completion will take longer.
Enviromap V1.4 script assists in the rendering of environment maps suitable for use with GIMP's Lighting Effect plug-in. It is based on the article described here. The script uses a random seed, along with multiple user defined parameters, to generate endless variations of several types of environment maps.
EnviroLogo V1.1 allows you to quickly create logos using Environment Mapping. If you select custom Environment Map, this script will load and use it. Otherwise, it contains the same functionality as the EnviroMap script for generating Environment Maps.
Revisiting the concept of creating and using Luminosity Masks in GIMP. This script-fu will generate a full set of Light, Dark, and Midtone masks as channels for your image (based on the work of Tony Kuyper originally).
This program is intended to help make tuckboxes used to store cards for board games. It is flexible enough to create boxes for any size cards, with or without sleeves. It uses the dimensions of the stack of cards to create the box geometry in the gimp and also creates the layers and layer masks necessary to add art to the box without having to resize the art to exactly the same size as the side.
The Rectangular Select Tool with Rounded corners option checked is very useful, but it could be so much more. The underlying GIMP function, gimp-image-select-round-rectangle written by Martin Nordholts provides much more functionality than what is exposed in the Rectangular Select Tool.
This script attempts to unleash gimp-image-select-round-rectangle's potential by raising the radius limit to 262144 pixels from 100 pixels and exposes the ability to specify different x and y radii.
GC Shadow V1.2 is an enhanced replacement for GIMP’s Drop Shadow procedure. It supports Solid Color & Gradient Drop Shadow, Glow, Inner Shadow & Inner Glow. Compatible with GIMP 2.6.x & GIMP 2.8.x. For Script-Fu coders, this procedure allows the passing of the Shadow Layer Name as an argument.