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Script-Fu

The original scripting extension.

Split tone

Uses one colour for the highlights and another for the shadows. The following photo was created using the default colours:

Before:
Split tone - before

After:
Split tone - after

draw-line-trat.scm

Script to Draw dashed lines with GIMP in parametric modality.

Script Tutorial: http://xoomer.alice.it/lwcon/gimp/script-fu/draw-line-trat.htm

Shadows&Highlight

This Shadow&Highlight script does a decent job of lightening shadows and/or darken highlights in photographs. The UI gives you five control sliders. Two for control of the Shadow and Highlight amount (opacity), two for the tonal width of each contrast mask layer (using gamma), and one for the blur radius of the masks. Plus the option to flatten visible layers when done.

draw-function.scm

To graph the trigonometric function sin(θ) or cos(θ) on the image

Author web site: http://xoomer.alice.it/lwcon/gimp/

Script Tutorial:
http://xoomer.alice.it/lwcon/gimp/script-fu/draw-function.htm

Orton Effect

This script simulates Orton slide sandwich technique (mixing blurry and sharp versions of the original image).

Mask for Prints

Every paper size has a different shape, and none probably match the shape of the images produced by your digital camera. This little utility will create a layer showing which parts of an image will fit on the paper when printed. A wide selection of print sizes are included. Using it will help you layout your image so that important pieces aren't cut off by the printer/lab.

This script-fu was developed under Gimp-2.0 and Gimp-2.4

3D screenshot

Turn a boring flat image into a stylish 3D-shadowed-glowing one.

3D Screenshot

draw-grid.scm

New version:2.4.2 (work with GIMP 2.6.6)
Script to draw a grid or alone inclined parallel lines

Help page:
http://xoomer.alice.it/lwcon/gimp/script-fu/draw-grid.htm

Script download:
http://xoomer.alice.it/lwcon/gimp/script-fu/draw-grid/draw-grid-2.4-2.zip

Midnight Sepia Effect

A Gimp script-fu that gives a Midnight Sepia effect as described
at http://www.escrappers.com/midnightsepia.html
1. Create a duplicate of the first Layer
2. Apply a Gaussian Blur on the top Layer
Radius=20
3. Use Hue/Saturation
Check the Colorize Option
Hue=45
Saturation=25
Lightness=0
4. Change the Blending Mode to Multiply
5. Flatten the Image
6. Duplicate the Layer
7. Change the Blending Mode to Screen
8. Flatten the Image
9. Duplicate the Layer
10. Change the Blending Mode to Screen
11. Adjust the Opacity to taste

Roy Lichtenstein Effect

A script-fu script that adds the "Roy Lichtenstein" effect to an image
Adapted from tutorial by Funadium at http://www.flickr.com/photos/funadium/2354849007/

I have re-submitted the attachment so that it works for Gimp 2.6

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