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Calendar Generator

I found this plugin that helps you to generate calendars with your pictures.
The code seems still works fine in gimp 2.6, and it currently it can generate calendars with deutsch, englishk, catalan and french

All the credit goes to Moritz Mekelburger
http://www.mekelburger.org/cms/index.php?id=13

Fibonacci spiral

Converts a square or rectangular image into a Fibonacci spiral by making smaller copies of the image, rotating them, and arranging them into a spiral tiling. If the initial image is square, then the tiling has no overlap; for a rectangular image, the user can specify a blending mode for how the overlap is treated.

Golden yucca

USAGE NOTES:

Split Studio 3


Split Studio - is a powerful script for tone image's areas (light/dark) into two different colors (split).

Current version: v3.0r5 (June 19th 2012);
Legacy version: v3.0r3 (For GIMP 2.6 users);

Status: supporting

Features:

LSE 2.1r1


Current version: 2.1r1 (Updated 08.12.2012);
Legacy version: 2.1 (For gimp 2.6 users);

Status: developing

Description:
LSE - is a powerful script for creation effect of the lightsaber. This script use only GIMP procedures and don't require any external scripts or plug-ins. Script doesn't has any license, so you may use it's code for any purpose.

Main features:

Sprite Sheet / Animation tiles

Creates a new spritesheet (animation frames) from the layers of an image.


1) To install, copy SpriteSheet.scm to {GIMP-HOME}\share\gimp\2.0\scripts\SpriteSheet.scm
2) Either close Gimp and re-open, or simply select menu: Filters > Script-Fu > Refresh Scripts
3) Load your images via File > Open as layers (select all the images you want to in the spritesheet)
4) Optionally re-order your layers to determine ultimate order. Bottom-most layer will be left-most image in final merge.

pan to bow

Takes a wide panoramic image and bends it into a rainbow-shaped image in a way that preserves scale and aspect ratio.

sangre de cristo mountains

is morphed into

tiles to files

Partitions an image into tiles (with, optionally, either gaps or overlaps between them) and then writes each tile as a separate jpeg file.

An alternative method of doing the same thing would involve first setting up a grid of guides (eg, http://registry.gimp.org/node/12003), then using Image->Transform->Guillotine (as noted here: http://registry.gimp.org/node/20826), and then saving each of the generated images to a file.

White background & Shadow

This script takes a picture, create a white background, and off-center the foreground on it. Then it add a dropped shadow.

Example:

Original picture:

Result picture:

Updated 2011/11/28: I've modified the script to have it work without any error messages with at least Gimp 2.7.4

Blur & Shadow

Creates a picture which is a duplication of the current picture upscaled and blured as background,
and the current picture itself with a border and shadow around it as foreground

Example:
Original picture :
Result picture :

The second version of the script add a dialog box that let you modify the blur ratio as well as the shadow ratio.
I also added 2 toggle button to control the de-saturation of the fore/background.

Quadrupole

Takes an image, makes four 1/4 scale copies, and reflects them about vertical and horizontal axes to achieve a four-fold symmetry.

Note: As well as being atrociously inefficient (eg, by scaling the same image four times, instead of making copies after the first scaling), this code does substantially less than the "Small Tiles" dialog (which comes standard in Gimp in /Filters/Map)

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