GIMP Tutorial : How to Edit a Drawing in GIMP

GIMP is a very powerful tool that allows you to edit digital images and drawings in virtually any way you can imagine. Edit a drawing in GIMP with help from a web design specialist in this free video clip. Expert: Brian Frange Bio: Brian Frange is a web and graphics specialist. He has been a web designer for more than four years. Filmmaker: Victor Varnado Series Description: GIMP is a computer program that lets you create new images from scratch and edit existing images to meet your needs. Learn the ins and outs of GIMP and take a few tutorials with help from a web design specialist in this free video series.
Video Rating: 3 / 5

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17 réflexions au sujet de « GIMP Tutorial : How to Edit a Drawing in GIMP »

  1. But this is almost about the limit that Gimp can go up to though.. Gimp is a great tool for quick and easy graphics, but with inkscape its no match.

  2. Excellent !!

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  3. hm… I wrote a similar program using C#. I developed it for a contest. It can work with resistors, capacitors and inductors. It uses « the method of nodal potentials ». I’m 18 years old.)

  4. I think the speed is great, even though I’m fairly new to circuits and didn’t understand some bits. Anyone trying to follow along will have to pause the video, no matter how slow it is.

    This speed lets everyone be comfortable, so long as they realize they can just go back and watch a part again, really easily.

  5. Another suggestion, narrative is nice but too quick. It is probably the right speed for someone already familiar with circuit simulators. However as a tutorial, it is way too fast for a hobbyist to follow. Perhaps you may elect to keep this as the quick synopsis and have a 2nd one for detailed. tutorial.

    always enjoy your vids, ~wiggy

  6. Is this a nerd kit? I see in your caption; ‘suite of electronic design tools’ and in the narrative it jumps right into building an application. It is not readily apparent, how this vid relates to NerdKits. Perhaps an intro describing what CircuitLab is and how it may be useful for the electronics portion of a NerdKit project.
    cheers, ~wiggy

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