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does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

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does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working supratim chakraborty 03 Mar 06:11
  does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working Ragnar Brynjúlfsson 03 Mar 07:42
   does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working supratim chakraborty 03 Mar 07:49
    does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working Ragnar Brynjúlfsson 03 Mar 07:59
    does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working SorinN 03 Mar 07:59
     does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working supratim chakraborty 03 Mar 09:21
  does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working Alexandre Prokoudine 03 Mar 23:28
   does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working peter sikking 04 Mar 13:03
supratim chakraborty
2012-03-03 06:11:19 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

I would like to know whether the liquify equivalent module exists in the making or not
and do i need image processing basics to start developing plugins etc?

Ragnar Brynjúlfsson
2012-03-03 07:42:04 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

The closest you get is probaby Filters>Distor>IWarp... in 2.6

2.7 has the Cage Transform tool, it's in the toolbox and looks like a polygon with 5 points on it.

Ragnar

On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 7:11 AM, supratim chakraborty wrote:

I would like to know whether the liquify equivalent module exists in the making or not
and do i need image processing basics to start developing plugins etc?

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supratim chakraborty
2012-03-03 07:49:06 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

I know this will be like too much to ask for ,or rather consider this as a noob question

but can you just provide me with the right link to start developing for gimp (not like a developer wiki or page) rather a tutorial that aims to just make simple easy plugins or hacks or even test bugs for gimp

your help would be much appreciated

thanks in advance

Ragnar Brynjúlfsson
2012-03-03 07:59:13 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

A good place to start is probably with python-fu, unless you know C/C++ really well.

When writing my first python script for Gimp I found these http://www.exp-media.com/gimp-python-tutorial tutorials really helpful, plus of-course this
http://www.gimp.org/docs/python/index.html official documentation.

Ragnar

On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 8:49 AM, supratim chakraborty wrote:

I know this will be like too much to ask for ,or rather consider this as a noob question

but can you just provide me with the right link to start developing for gimp (not like a developer wiki or page) rather a tutorial that aims to just make simple easy plugins or hacks or even test bugs for gimp

your help would be much appreciated

thanks in advance

SorinN
2012-03-03 07:59:48 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

there is a dedicated community for developing / maintaining and testing GIMP plugins at http://registry.gimp.org/ you can find there a lot of good peoples (being programmers or testers)

2012/3/3 supratim chakraborty :

I know this will be like too much to ask for ,or rather consider this as a noob question

but can you just provide me with the right link to start developing for gimp (not like a developer wiki or page) rather a tutorial that aims to just make simple easy plugins or hacks or even test bugs for gimp

your help would be much appreciated

thanks in advance

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supratim chakraborty
2012-03-03 09:21:05 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

thanks a ton ,hoping to get my hands dirty this weekend .

Alexandre Prokoudine
2012-03-03 23:28:53 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:11 AM, supratim chakraborty wrote:

I would like to know whether the liquify equivalent module exists in the making or not

It was a successful GSoC2011 project and will become part of 2.10 or 3.0.

Alexandre Prokoudine http://libregraphicsworld.org

peter sikking
2012-03-04 13:03:58 UTC (over 2 years ago)

does gimp have a liquify equiavlent module in the working

Alexandre wrote:

On Sat, Mar 3, 2012 at 10:11 AM, supratim chakraborty wrote:

I would like to know whether the liquify equivalent module exists in the making or not

It was a successful GSoC2011 project and will become part of 2.10 or 3.0.

hell yeah, we did a design sprint on it:

after initial student work:

--ps

founder + principal interaction architect man + machine interface works

http://blog.mmiworks.net: on interaction architecture