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The original scripting extension.

Brick Wall

Since the previous script is for an isometric wall, the obvious choice for the next script would be one to automatically generate a wall. I'd written one previously, but this seems as good a time as any to post it!

Isometric Wall

This script-fu skews an image in order to help to draw walls for isometric projection. It can also scale image with few options (ratio, a second layer with interpolation and opacity)...

For further explanation, see also

You can find "02 - Isometric Wall" in Filters>2D Isometric-Fu>


Command line and batch pencil line drawing from photo image

This is a modified version of the script at which allows you to run it from the command line, automatically merging the layers and saving to the same filename. I also created a simple batch wrapper around this, based on the code at and sliced and diced it appropriately.

[Taken from the original script page, hope they don't mind!]

Isometric Floor

This script-fu turns a "flat" image into isometric image. This helps to draw floors. It can also scale image with few options (ratio, a second layer with interpolation and opacity)...

You can find "02 - Isometric Floor" in Filters>2D Isometric-Fu>


Why is there "a second layer with interpolation and opacity" for scaling?
There is always a first layer without interpolation to try to keep the grain texture. This is practical for stone for example. The opacity of this layer is always 100%.

Isometric Tile and Template

This script-fu creates an isometric tile in your patterns and a template from it.

You can find ""00 - Isometric Tile and Template"" in File>Create>Patterns or in Filters>2D Isometric-Fu>


Time-lapse v0.1

Combine more time-lapse images in more layers into one image via mask. Support variable width of dithering and reverse order. All layers should have same size.
Script can be found in /Filters/Combine
Found bug? Have suggestion? Contact me:)

Cross Processing (Xpro)


Cross Processing Images in the Gimp

This script adds a cross processing effect to an image following the procedure developed by Jesús David and documented on his blog:

More details on the script can be found at

Example of image before cross processing:

Maths and Islamic Art & Design

Islamic art history is rich with geometric patterns and color.
The art certainly have many applications, whether in religious projects and what the formal plan can be used.

Sharp Blur

From the script site "":

The purpose of this script is to blur an image while retaining its edges. While this may seem like a contradiction, it really is not: sharp edges get preserved while soft edges are discarded.

The main area of application for this script has been the retouching of bad scans, but it has many other areas of use.

Originally created by Mark Probst, Ported from 2.0 to 2.6 by Lennart Rolland.


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