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.
Slices and joins scriptfu is useful when you want to split one image 'file' into smaller 'files', and to recombine it successively. One single image 'file' can be split into unlimited number of files. Image-slice script save on the file imagename.rcm all the data for the reconstruction.
Bugs fixed and enhancement:
Duplicate file name
Invalid path name (Linux user)
Slice export maintains the transparency.
Add Option in order to recompose all pieces on a layer.
Limited the maximum number of lines and columns to the dimension in pixel of the image.
Transfers artistic style from one image to another. Often the source is an artistic image and the target is a realistic, photo image. But you can also transfer between artistic images or between realistic images.
An artist might say this plugin "renders in the media and style from another image." A computer user might say it "renders in the theme of another image."
Transferring style means transferring small scale features (color and texture) to an image while retaining large scale features (objects.)