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CMY Skin Tone Adjust

[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.

Darken Frames

This plugin is creating a number frames around a selection with increasing opacity. Rectangle, ellipse and diamond possible. Example see http://www.gimp-atelier.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=69&t=358

You will find this script on GIMP at Filters / Gimp-Atelier/Darken Frames ++ or if you are working with menu with reduced size (height 755 pixel) at Filters / Gimp-Atelier/Darken Frames

English version: darkenframes_en.zip
Reduced Menu: darkenframeswin_en.zip
Documentation: http://www.gimp-atelier.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=2251#p2251

Line Border 2

A python conversion of my script-fu Line border script (http://registry.gimp.org/node/118). This version uses python-glade dialogs. It allows to create smaller and much clever input dialog and integrate much more functions. On other side, due to missing support of glade dialogs from Gimp, there is not possble to run this script in batch mode.

Current features:

FIL 1.7.2


FIL (Film Imitation Lab) is a powerful script for old photo simulation. FIL has a modular architecture and can use binary extension (plugins).

Current version: v1.7.2 (June 14th 2013).

Features:

Unseparate PNGs - Silkscreen Tools

This plugin allows you to unseparate (recombine) individual PNG files (up to 6 files) and preview them in GIMP as they would be printed - for example on a 6-color silkscreen press. This is useful when preparing 1-color screens in GIMP or other programs, since you can get a reasonable representation of how they will look when printed atop one another.

This plug-in requires Python. Please do not ask how to install Python support for GIMP - search the forum (I'm looking at you, windows users ;)

Adaptive saturation curve for LabCurves

Hi folks,

there is an update for LabCurves to have a curve for adaptive (or absolute) saturation adjustments. It is an external 16 bit program which can be semmlessly used from gimp with a python script.

More information here: http://www.mm-log.com/blog/2010-07-09/adaptive-saturation-curve-labcurves

greets mike

Comic strip

This script-fu script is a deeply modified version of the comic-book1 script by barky. While that script works well for web resolution images, higher res images need a larger cell size to keep the correct look and feel.
The plugin-interactions have been left in a active state to allow the user to fine tune the effect based on resolution.
This script uses the following default plugins:
hue-saturation
posterize
unsharp mask
newsprint.

17, June 2010 -- Script repaired to remove fixed image id.

APNG Plug-In

APNG plug-in provides Animated PNG (APNG) image file load and save modules for the GIMP.

Download source tar ball and more information at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/gimp-apng/

If you have any suggestions, questions, or if you would like to contribute (by translating the plug-in for other languages, or by providing us with a Windows how-to or Mac OS X binary, for example), please contact daisuken at users.sourceforge.net.

Updated 19 May 2009:
APNG plug-in for Windows is available for download. Many thanks to Max Stepin!

Updated 28 Apr 2009:

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this is my first script-fu it will freeze anything you put inside it

Octave Sharpening + High Pass Sharpening + Split Sharpening

I've seen an very interessting video (http://meetthegimp.org/episode-127-octave-sharpening/) about the so called "Octave Sharpening" I've never heard. So I started searching for some information about it and found also 2 other sharpening methods (http://www.varis.com/StepByStep/sharpen/Sharpen.html).
The PDF tutorial (second link) shows the function with Photoshop so I implemented the scripts for gimp and wondered how effectfull they are.

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