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Re: Icon Script

Post#11 by Krikor » 13 Oct 2019, 00:18


Sorry Tim, but I'm really bad at reproducing my results. Unable to remember exactly how I came up with the result I set out earlier, but found a similar option.
Spoiler:
A imagem era basicamente composta de duas cores, branco e laranja.

Estando parte da cor branca presente no fundo e no cone.
1. Usar qualquer técnica que remova o fundo branco e a parte branca do cone.
a) Adicionar Alpha channel à camada.
b) Com o Fuzzy Select Tool selecionado ajustar o threshold para que à exceção da cor laranja, tudo o mais seja selecionado. (Aqui usei cerca de 107 para o threshold)
c) Delete a seleção. Irá restar apenas a parte alaranjada.

2. Ainda com a área deletada selecionada, criar nova camada transparente (layer02) e preenche-la com um tom de cor próximo ao do cone, mas mais escuro (usei b26241). Identificada agora por Cor02.

3. Inverter a seleção
a) criar nova camada transparente (layer01) – Entre a camada original e a camada02.
b) preenche-la com um tom de cor mais escuro que o tom usado na Cor02 (usei 562F1F). Identificada doravante por Cor01.
c) Select – None

4. Aplicar DropShadow à camada02
a) Valores para referência (outros podem dar melhores resultados):
Color – black
Blend Mode – Normal
Opacity – 100
Ang – 120
Dist – 10
Spread – 1
Size – 0
Contour -Linear
Noise – 0
Unchecked all.

5. Na camada02 - Filter – Decor – Add Bevel (Thickness = 20)
The image was basically composed of two colors, white and orange.

Being part of the white color present in the background and cone.
 1. Use any technique that removes the white background and white part of the cone.
 a) Add Alpha channel to the layer.
 b) With the Fuzzy Select Tool selected, set the threshold so that except for orange, everything else is selected. (Here I used about 107 for the threshold)
 c) Delete the selection. Only the orange part will be left.

 2. Still with the deleted area selected, create a new transparent layer (layer02) and fill it with a color shade close to the cone but darker (I used b26241). Identified now by Cor02.

 3. Invert the selection
 a) create new transparent layer (layer01) - Between the original layer and layer02.
 b) fill it with a darker color tone than the one used in Cor02 (I used 562F1F). Hereinafter referred to as Cor01.
 c) Select - None

 4. Apply DropShadow to Layer02
 a) Reference values ​​(others may give better results):
Color - black
Blend Mode - Normal
Opacity - 100
Ang - 120
Dist - 10
Spread - 1
Size - 0
Contour -Linear
Noise - 0
Unchecked all.

 5. In layer02 - Filter - Decor - Add Bevel (Thickness = 20)
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Post#12 by tim » 13 Oct 2019, 01:46


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Thanks krikor this gave me idea to fix my plug-in with version 2. that will run good on your image.
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Post#13 by Lenny » 22 Oct 2019, 23:51


Seems Nidhogg has already produced a tutorial to do this, or something very much like it. Perhaps it will save you some time reproducing the effect.

It uses the layerfx plug-in. I can't post a link (perhaps because I'm new), but it is topic 17733 at gimp chat.
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Post#14 by Lenny » 23 Oct 2019, 00:03


Disregard above post. I've since seen Tim's post solving the problem.
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