Gimp from Scratch – Part 5 (Render Image and Create HDClearART)
\r\n\r\nDescription:\r\nPart 5 finishes the series with the hardest type of image yet, being an HDClearART. We will be rendering out an image that includes hair. Then we will compose the image and add the logo we created earlier. If you have watched the entire series, you should be all set to start creating any type of image types we support on the site. Of course every project has it’s own little idiosyncrasies which just can’t be covered in a beginners tutorial, but you should have a good enough familiarity with gimp to be able to ask for further help properly and be able to implement the answers.\r\n\r\nI hope you found this series enjoyable and informative. If you would like me to cover anything not in this series or is available in any of my other tutorials, then please make a request in the forums.\r\n\r\nCheers,\r\nAkovia\r\n\r\nPart 5 Topics:\r\n
- Render Image for use in a HDClearart
- Tools: Path, Color Erase, Curves & Dodge/Burn
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\r\nhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1B0TpyZ0vs\r\n\r\nPart 1: Exploring and Setting up Gimp Part 2: Intro to Filters and Plugins Part 3: Begin Producing Ar Part 4: Intro to Paths and Create HDClearLogo Part 5: Render Image and Create HDClearART
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