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Cross-stitch Look/Pattern for Cross-Stitch Pattern Designers (GIMP plug-in)

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Cross-stitch Look/Pattern for Cross-Stitch Pattern Designers (GIMP plug-in)

Post#1 by tim » 18 Jul 2018, 05:57


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I already have a script that converts an image to cross-stitch look. But I thought for Cross-stitch Pattern Designers, after doing all the hardwork of designing the CS pattern (pixel art), they want cross-stitchers to be excited about their designs.
What's more exciting than being able to see the design like as if it was already cross-stitched? That's why this script is here! To help preview your design as a finished work.
cross_stitch_look_4_cs_pattern_designers.zip #
zipped. py file (unzip, put in your GIMP's /plug-ins/ folder)
(9.66 KiB) Downloaded 239 times
aida3_and_stitched3.zip #
zip file containing aida3.png and stitched3.png files
(11.53 KiB) Downloaded 204 times

cross_stitch_look_4_cs_pattern_designers(2).zip #
version 2 works with aida4 and stitched4
(9.1 KiB) Downloaded 219 times
aida4_and_stitched4.zip #
zip file containing aida4.png and stitched4.png files
(18.75 KiB) Downloaded 201 times


Script Menu Location: Python-Fu/Cross Stitch Texture (for CS Pattern Designers)...


Instructions:
0. Install script and unzip the aida3_and_stitch3.zip so that you get 2 .png files, save the png files to a location that you'd
remember for step 3.
1. Open your finished Cross-stitch design in GIMP.
2. If your design is not of one-pixel-per-stitch. You need to scale it down to one-pixel-per-stitch using None for Interpolation.
3. Run script (Python-Fu/Cross Stitch Texture (for CS Pattern Designers)...). Select aida3.png from step 0 for aida.png option. Select stitched3.png from step 0 for stitch.png option. Click "OK" to run script.
4. That's it. It'll create a new image that contains the cross-stitch texture of your design.
5. If you can't see your color through the aida layer (layer on top of your cs design in the new image), play with opacity to taste.
5. Optionally you can also flatten the finished textured, then use Create Simple Frame Script.


Sample run input and result:
cs_pattern_design.png
finished design with correct DMC floss colors pixel art used to run script on.
cs_pattern_design.png # (608 Bytes) Viewed 2668 times Thumbnail
cs_pattern_design_after_script.png
result from script
cs_pattern_design_after_script.png # (115.07 KiB) Viewed 2668 times Thumbnail
cs_pattern_design_framed.png
framed finished textured cs design
cs_pattern_design_framed.png # (101.42 KiB) Viewed 2664 times Thumbnail
man_and_tree_aida4.png
result of version 2
man_and_tree_aida4.png # (803.95 KiB) Viewed 2619 times Thumbnail
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