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Create Paired Layers of numbered files into single psds

This is a simple script that combines multiple paired files into single multi-layered psd files in the same folder.

Comic Book Filters

Comic Book filters for Gimp. Will turn any photo into a comic book style image. Great effect for creating graphic novels, or comic strips.

Palette Generator

New version:1_3
Add to palette black, gray and white by default.

New version:1_2
Save palette bug fixed.

Version:1_1
Adjust light of scheme work fine (I hope!)

Cross-stitchify v2.1

Someone on an email list I belong to asked about ways of making a counted cross-stitch pattern from a photo. There are commercial packages that do this, but it seemed like something GIMP could do, and I wanted some Python practice.

Attached is a zip file containing the following files:

Rollover script?

Are there any known rollover creator/exporter scripts for the latest version of Gimp, I've found lots of dead links but that's it. I would love to have something so I could say goodbye to Photo&*%^ forever.

Brian

New Guides Every X Pixels

This plug-in will create guides every X pixels apart for the entire image size. It can handle both vertical and horizontal guides.

I wrote this for easier management of multiple textures and sprites in a single image file for graphical programming.

Copy the file in to your Gimp scripts directory, usually '~/.gimp-2.x/scripts'. Refresh the scripts from Gimp menu 'Filters'->'Script-Fu'->'Refresh Scripts'. This is unnecessary if Gimp is being re-started. Once this is done the script can be accessed from 'Image'->'Guides'->'New Guides Every X Pixels'.

Export All Layers to Anime Studio Project (ANME)

This is to use if you have Anime Studio (v5), and want to convert your layered image into an character on that program. The script works on GIMP 2.4.2 and Anime Studio 5, and that's all I've tried it on. Each layer is saved as a 24-bit PNG, using each layer's name as a base, and referenced in the output ANME file. You can choose the output folder for both the ANME file and the image files. You can also rename the ANME file to something besides the base image name, but if unspecified, the ANME's name is the same as the image name, minus the extension.

resizeBrush.scm

This script resizes the brush that is currently selected.

I DID NOT write this script, I only adapted it so that it works on both windows and linux.

Sprite tape

Sprite tape

This small script create sprite "tape" (which are used as resources in 2D games) from separate images.

For using this script you must copy sprite_tape.py file in your Gimp python scripts directory (GIMP-2.0\lib\gimp\2.0\plug-ins for example), run Gimp, open your first frame of sprite tape, then using image menu: File->Open as layers open all other frames. After that using image menu Python-Fu->Sprites->Sprite tape launch the my script and input how many sprites will be placed in horisontal and vertical positions. Press Ok button!

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