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GIMP - How to use the tools, part I - [ID:762] (1/11)

in series: GIMP tutorial by example.

video tutorial by gasto, added 06/08

Series ID: 282 Video ID: 762

We quickly view the main functions of the implemented tools on the GIMP tool dialog. The elliptic selection tool, the pencil, the color selection, the darken brush, the smudge tool, etc. are just some of the helpful tools that GIMP includes. We make some experiments just to show what can be done.

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amazing, but it might be more helpful to show how some of these tools can be used change, merge modify other photos or even just carton pictures.


12. anonymous Wed, 30 Dec 2009 12:13

Very good. I wish I could read spanish.


11. anonymous Mon, 14 Dec 2009 14:42

an informative tutorial with an annoying presentation. sure, the basics are covered here, but the constant interruptions, possibly due to a highly intoxicating party lingering from the night before, interrupt the communication goals of the tutorial. couple this with someone walking in during the process, a screen and commands prompted in spanish, and the redirection to use keyboard shortcuts when an introductory tutorial should focus on the universal and cognitively associable toolbox icons (what if the viewer is not using the same operating system?), and what should have been a single viewing is now a bunch of stop, rewind, take note, filter out, and decipher wtf is being said.


10. anonymous Sat, 07 Nov 2009 06:20

Thanks for your time and for the tutorial!! I grokked about 75% of it. I would of enjoyed it better if the gimp UI was in english. Also, the verbal instructions at times didn't match the pace of the keyboard/mouse usage so it took some selective listening/perceiving to follow the instructions (Esp. dealing with layers and alignment tool). The interruption was funny, it pulled me out of concentration but i recooperated pretty swiftly.


Good presentation so far.


8. anonymous Thu, 16 Jul 2009 21:26

Fantastic stuff keep it up


7. anonymous Sat, 04 Jul 2009 18:17

Good explanations along with demonstration. thanks


6. anonymous Sat, 27 Jun 2009 21:09

i dont understand if somebody is lecturing in english but using spanish windows. what is the purpose? might as well, do it all spanish or english...


5. anonymous Sun, 14 Jun 2009 04:57

excelent


4. anonymous Mon, 11 May 2009 14:58

the second time and trying it in between myself i understand it a lot better! thanks so much!


3. anonymous Sun, 10 May 2009 13:42

so happy to have this video tutorial. goes a little fast for me thoug, I have to view it another time.


2. anonymous Mon, 23 Mar 2009 16:12

really helpful for beginners, appreciate your time and effort. continuing with next video this afternoon


Very cool to see a GIMP beginners gasto. We need more of these building blocks to put other tutorials in context and help produce learning paths for newbies. You cover a fair amount in a short space of time - might be a little quick for some but it will reward multiple views. And basic GIMP is one of the most useful linux skills I can think of. Like where you're going with this. Congrats.


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