Scales an image multiple times in defined step sizes until the desired size is reached while retaining the aspect ratio of the image.
This is basically the "Scale in steps" script from K.-M. Hansche tailored to my needs.
Give the desired size of the image and select whether this is for width or height. The step size defines how much pixels the image will be shrunken every time. When flattening the image, the layers will be merged and the image is automatically cropped. The other options control the scaling itself.
How to install :
after download islamic-design-1.scm or islamic-design-2.scm file from below copy it to scripts folder:
How to use :
start Gimp and create new image and set Brush,color,... then go to : /Filters/Render/islamic-design
set WIDTH and click ok !
CarTOONize your pictures using a script-fu script. Script has controls for adjusting the line thickness, as well as the 'black' shadows. Now you can adjust the number of color levels from 1 to 5 (the default is 4), 1 being very flat, 5 adding more color levels. Can enable/disable the black shadows, as well as a pre-filter * (It uses the GREYCstoration, G'MIC, Selective Gaussian, or Despeckle filter as a 'surface blur' to eliminate noise, which is user selectable). You can now either overwrite existing or generate a new layer.
If you've ever taken a super-screenshot from within a Relic Entertainment game, with Misc_SuperScreenshot(), you'll know how tedious it is to combine all the images it produces into one. So this script does it for you.
Use by opening any image from a super-screenshot sequence and choosing Filters > Combine > Assemble Relic super-screenshot.
script-fu-simple-contrast-mask adds a contrast mask layer above the current active layer. A contrast mask brightens the dark parts of an image and darkens the bright parts. This serves to enhance details.
The script is called "simple" because it does not ask any questions. It assumes defaults for all parameters. Specifically, the radius for the Gaussian blur is set to one percent of the shortest dimension of the image (width or height). The user can adjust the blending level after creation by adjusting the opacity in the layers dialog.
[updated 11/28/2011 be 2.7 compatible- A HUGE thank you to François Collard for providing the update.]
Another simple, but I hope useful, color toning automation script designed to assist in adjusting flesh tones in portraits. It doesn't do anything that you couldn't do on your own a few other ways, but if you like fiddling with the complexion of subjects in portraits, and like me, you are a tad lazy, you might find it helpful.
This script is used to draw user defined or library parametric curves.
A simple java like math language is used to define curves or families of curves in GIMP layers. These can be exported to animated GIF's, SVG path, or included in GIMP images.