Hello everyone. We continue our journey of image manipulation.
Today, everything revolves around the free plugin G’mic.
I’ll show you around the plugin and we’ll try it out with a step-by-step demonstration. We will turn an ordinary photograph into an old-fashioned postcard.
You are going to be amazed by this little plugin. It is powerful and fun to use. If you really love using it and happen to have a few dollars, euros, or pounds extra in your pocket, please consider helping these amazing people who created the plugin to support their efforts. They are doing such a great job of keeping it updated. I am not sponsored by Krita, neither by G’mic… as you already know. I just like to spread the good words and help them the best I can. So, thank you in advance for helping either of them (Krita and/or G’mic). They deserve all our love and respect.
If you are thinking to donate to the G’Mic Project, please go to this link: G'MIC — Association LILA
To visit their website, please go to: G'MIC - GREYC's Magic for Image Computing: A Full-Featured Open-Source Framework for Image Processing - Main
00:00 Intro. You can skip this part if you already know about G’mic. This part includes two important disclaimers.
01:56 How to use the Plugin (Giving you a tour of the “platform”)
04:37 Let’s get started with the demonstration
05:18 Using the Threshold filter to isolate the black pigments only
07:07 Time to use G’Mic
09:23 Adding the filter Old-Movie Stripes
09:56 Adding the filter Drop Water
11:31 Adding the filter Sepia
12:36 Adding the filter Old Photograph
Next week we will use G’mic and transform a regular photograph into a cartoon!
See you next week.