List of current Plugins
Draw a layer with dots, rectangles or hexagons and use the average color of the area below from the current drawable. Click on the image to see a Fullsize example of the output. There are several Magicmesh Scripts included, they do nearly the same but in a different way.
Create a new Layer or Layer Mask with a Scanline Effect. You may also try the Scanlines Plugin shiped with Gimp <Image>/Filter/Render/Pattern/Mesh which is much faster. However my Script allows additional features like increasing the width of the Line and Space.
Move the Red, Green, Blue Channels to the specific Offset. You get the best Results with Cartoon Images.
Just create a selection with the Eclipse Tool and run the Script. You get a new layer above your selection with the Fisheye Effect.
Contrast Mask Layer
This Plugin creates a contrast mask Layer, it allows you to reduce the overall contrast and simultaneously bringing out more detail in highlights and shadows. Very useful for Pictures taken from Digital Cameras made with bad light conditions.
I'm sorry, the example image on the right side is a really bad one, because the most visible Details are only noise ;-)
This Script create a new Image with a Kaleidoscope Effect based on your selection. There's currently a known bug, the selection must be smaller then 50% of the image size (fixed with next release).
Well, the patterns doesn't look really Cubic ;-). I maybe change the Name soon. However, i like the result a lot.
Yin-Yang (Python Port)
Since I have switched to the new Gimp 2.0 i missed my old Yin/Yang Plugin ;-) After a look at the Sourcecode i decided to make a Yin/Yang PyGimp Version for Gimp 2.x.
PyAquaButt is a Python-Fu Script for Gimp. You can make Aqua-Style Buttons, usefull for Web Pages. The Script was originally written with Perl from Denis Bodor. I did add some features and it works it the latest Gimp.
- Many Options (Shadow, Background/Text Color)
- Leave Layers or merge it
Create some random shapes with 6 default colours or using the current Palette. Keep in mind the result is *random*, if you don't like the Image run the Script again and choose another Color Palette.