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path-to-shape

There are already several plugins to creates paths with geometrical shapes, but they all require tedious entry of numbers in some dialog.

So this plugin uses a radically different method: the significant points are entered as points in a path stroke, and then the plugin us called without any explicit parameters (there is a menu entry for each shape/interpretation of the path, so they can be assigned to a keyboard shortcut).

The following shapes are available so far:

GC Shadow V1.2

GC Shadow V1.2 is an enhanced replacement for GIMP’s Drop Shadow procedure. It supports Solid Color & Gradient Drop Shadow, Glow, Inner Shadow & Inner Glow. Compatible with GIMP 2.6.x & GIMP 2.8.x. For Script-Fu coders, this procedure allows the passing of the Shadow Layer Name as an argument.

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Cool Look filter

This is a bundle of two filters with similar action. The first one (Cool Look) is cooling the white balance of all tones while boosting red tones saturation, somewhat imitating Nikon look. The second (Cool Look 2) one is cooling only the dark tones while boosting red saturation only in the brighter tones, imitating a generic non aggressive cinematic color grading, ideal for scenes with darkish background and people in the brighter tones.

See samples:
Original:

Keeping the color tools settings under control

The color tools (Levels, Curves, Threshold...) memorize all settings used. Over time these accumulate, slowing down tool startup, and making it more difficult to reach the explicitly saved settings, which appear at the bottom of the list.

The settings-cleaner script will run automatically at each Gimp startup and do some housekeeping on these files, directed by a short configuration file, keeping at most a specified number of settings not older than a specified number of days. Settings that have been explicitly saved with a name are of course left in.

Sepia Plus

Yet another sepia script, yet, this one can do a little more. This script supports two types of sepia coloring:

"Classic": According to the Sepia Toning tutorial by Eric R. Jeschke http://www.gimp.org/tutorials/Sepia_Toning/

The script desaturates the original layer and adds a sepia mask in a layer above.
The sepia mask layer has a mask which is the inverted desaturated original.

"With Hue": With hue modification of the original image.

Black & White variations to layers

This script creates predefined black and white variations and saves them as layers. Users can choose which variations should be created.

For more sophisticated possibilities use the channel mixer or other tools. This script just uses typical black and white variations, to provide a quick overview - just switch the layers visibility afterwards.

Install to .gimp-2.6/scripts in your homedir as bwvariations.scm, then start GIMP or click Script-Fu->Script refresh, you'll find it then under Script-Fu->Misc->bwvariations

Quick sketch RGB

I modified the script quick-sketch.scm of tuxcomputers, so it does not transform the image into grayscale, but leave the image in RGB mode.

The location of the script is "Script Fu / Artistic / Quick Sketch RGB"

CalendarGenerator

Welcome!
I made a CalendarGenerator plug-in.
Installation:
1.Download "CalendarGenerator-ENG-32bit.zip" or "CalendarGenerator-ENG-64bit.zip" file.
2. Unzip this file.
3. Copy "CalendarGenerator.exe" file and "CalendarGenerator" directory into Gimp's plug-ins directory.
("C:\Program Files\GIMP 2\lib\gimp\2.0\plug-ins")
4. Open Gimp.
5. Plug-in is in Filters->Rendering->CalendarGenerator menu.

density-brush-fill: fills a new layer with random strokes of the current brush

A script to fill a layer with random strokes of the current brush, until the required density is reached. Here is a 40% density start field using  a colored stars GIH:

Script and write-up are available here: http://gimp-tools.sourceforge.net/

Adaptive Threshold Edge Detect

An alternative edge detector based on the implementation in the OpenIllusionist project.

The original algorithm requires scaling down of the entire image area to be processed and it would have to be completely re-written to work with GIMP tiles. Since this plugin is a simple adaptation of the original algorithm it does not make use of tiles and therefore it needs to allocate a lot of memory to work. So please be aware that it may have problems if you attempt to use it on an extremely large image!

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