This tutorial will teach you some basic tips for working with Gimp: shadowing, coloring, lighting, using the brush and pencil tools.
You really need to see the end results to appreciate this tutorial, the preview image doesn’t show much :),this Gimp tutorial is meant for Intermediate and above users, but never the less i advise beginners to have a go at it since i do try my best to explain the steps in detail.
Many of the steps are Repeated and all the technical words get a bit boring after a while so hang in there, the results are worth it. now lets get started shall we?
Time for another update. In the previous post I had mentioned that I would be adding more features to the User Interface. Oh, I love wordpress. This is just the tip of the ice berg, we still have to digg a lot deeper. I would love to hear it from you on how are you feeling about this new layout. This is your website, your suggestions are very valuable to me and GHUJ. A new suggestion is always welcome, you can directly comment it here. I am also planning for few contests and Give aways. But first things first.
Here are those few updates
Based on the request by few of our visitors, I am planning to set up a form where you can submit your own tutorials. If those tutorials meets the guidelines, it will surely be up here. But this feature will take some time to be online and also there are many more surprises in store.
– Your friendly GHUJ admin
We are going to be doing a few of these, vector images of everyday objects. Today, I am going to show you how to create this Samsung TV in The Gimp.
The midtones are sometimes keyed up a bit also, giving a sort of glow to the faces of the subjects. Typical applications are high school senior/wedding/baby/couples portraits as well as in fashion or “glamour” photography.