Category Archives: GIMP

Tutorials and projects using the GIMP graphics package

Stop Motion Animation with Post-it notes

The process that I used to make this video is explained pretty well in this post (with other videos) .  Here’s another video that I made using stop motion animation: Using post it notes came from seeing something like this … Continue reading

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Drawing a Circle with GIMP using “border select”

I use GIMP to illustrate many of my projects, but one thing that’s seemingly difficult to do is draw a circle.  I don’t have to point out the benefits to using this “feature”, so here is the video tutorial that … Continue reading

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Stop Motion with GIMP, A Milling Machine, and an Env2

Here’s the results of quite a bit of work; I’ll explain how it was done and show my first video using stop motion animation after the break. Jason Underwood, who writes for Broken Bulb Comedy, collaborated on this video after … Continue reading

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Illustrate and dimension your projects with GIMP

For those of you that don’t know, GIMP stands for GNU image manipulation program.  It’s free to download and could be compared to Photoshop or an extremely advanced version of paint.  For someone interested in showing off his or her … Continue reading

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Using GIMP to make .gif animated project illustrations

While posting about my hexapod robot Pegleg, there came a point where illustrating the motion was very hard without showing an animation.  Possibly you’ve run into this yourself while trying to illustrate a project.  You could take a video which … Continue reading

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