Hello, I'm pleased to let you know that Nathive image editor project has released new alpha version (0.811) with changes detailed below and, most important, source code under the terms of GNU GPLv3 Free Software License. Want to be part of the community? ...Read more »
This young man never ceases to amaze me. He attended a screencast introducing free software image manipulation software 'Gimp' at the C³ - Community Computing Center in Bangalore and loved it. Now he raises money by selling the artwork produced using Gimp on gnu/Linux operating system to buy new computers for his community center. Talk about free software empowering people!Read more »
The whole design was done for 100% with free software. The biggest part consists of custom software in Python, of course within the SPE editor. For the visual power I used PIL and pyCairo. From time to time also Gimp, Inkscape and Phatch helped quite a bit. All the developing and processing was done on GNU/Linux machines which were running Ubuntu/Debian.Read more »
Now that the free image editing classic GIMP version 2.6 offers a better-than-ever alternative to Photoshop (especially with a couple of key plug-ins), it's time to start getting familiar with what it can do.Read more »
Having used both GIMP and Adobe Photoshop I must say I personally believe GIMP is much better for common folks like you and me who need a relatively simpler set of tools to make quick edits to our Vacation pictures. Photoshop is undoubtedly more useful graphic designers, however for making quick tweaks, nothing beats GIMP.Read more »
"Finally we have done it and released version 2.6.0 of the GNU Image Manipulation Program. The changes from version 2.4 are best described in the release notes on http://gimp.org/release-notes/gimp-2.6.html ..."Read more »
"GIMP 2.5.4, the probably last preview version before the big GIMP 2.6.0 release, has been released. As you can read in the announcement, GIMP 2.6 shall follow still in September, only a few bugs have to be fixed yet..."Read more »
Save for Web allows to find compromise between minimal file size and acceptable quality of image quickly. While adjusting various settings, you may explore how image quality and file size change. Options to reduce file size of an image include setting compression quality, number or colors, resizing, cropping, Exif information removal, etc.Read more »
"Despite the considerable advances that the free software has made in the last years in its «market share» in different fields in informatics, only in a few of this fields free software has the supremacy. One of these is the field of web servers.Read more »
There are several ways to create Urban Style artwork .. You can make it from Scratch like in this Tutorial that I posted.. Or you can ease you work by using versatile Vector brushes..
Photoshop user are well aware of Urban/grungy style artwork.. But like my previous Tutorial I will use my favourite GFX program I.e. THE GIMP to create Urban Style Artwork..
GIMP is an amazing image editing software that allows people with limitless imagination create extraordinary images out of ordinary photos. To let you see what I mean, I have here a collection of some of the most beautiful and sometimes funny GIMPed images. I hope you’ll enjoy this one as much as I do.1. An eye with regard by funadium2.Read more »
"This is a post about freedom. The freedom to keep your data for yourself and the freedom to run free software. You should be able to reclaim and enjoy these freedoms also when using web applications. [...] Let me be clear: web apps are great and I’m in love with them. But I think it’s time to ask for more freedom and more privacy. Here is a three step plan to achieve both these results..."Read more »
## In this issue
* Free Software Supporter exclusive: WBUR is streaming Ogg Vorbis!
* DBD Action Alert - Libraries: Eliminate DRM!
* Get DeltaH, gNewSense 2.0
* Get your next machine with gNewSense
* Silicon Mechanics to ship servers with free BIOS preinstalled
* Can we rescue OLPC from Windows? by Richard M. Stallman
* End Software Patents: the Bilski hearing, heard.