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Re: Ofnuts path-inbetween script question

Post#1 by nateart » 16 Jun 2017, 19:01


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have fun trying scripts.
If you have a repeatable process that you do in GIMP that you'd like to see a script of...feel free to script request it. I love turning descriptive processes into scripts.
This may not be kosher... found this on another forum done by one of their mods. I can't make it work, but it seems sort of like your polygon points (nodes) to node thing you demo'd with text.... Cool, but I can't get the thing to work... ideas? (there are many scripts out there and some seem to duplicate ideas in one way or another - some better than others....
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Post#2 by tim » 16 Jun 2017, 19:07


I don't know what that is exactly but it looks like it's doing path inbetweeners ... ofnuts has a really good path betweeners.
you can find it here https://sourceforge.net/projects/gimp-p ... s/scripts/
I think you just set up a path, then set up another path with same number of points/control points, or make a copy of the first path and deform it and then run script and you'll get all paths inbetween.
It's been a while since i used it so i don't remember it exactly but i remembered it worked really good.
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Post#3 by nateart » 16 Jun 2017, 19:16


tim wrote:
16 Jun 2017, 19:07
I don't know what that is exactly but it looks like it's doing path inbetweeners ... ofnuts has a really good path betweeners.
you can find it here https://sourceforge.net/projects/gimp-p ... s/scripts/
I think you just set up a path, then set up another path with same number of points/control points, or make a copy of the first path and deform it and then run script and you'll get all paths inbetween.
It's been a while since i used it so i don't remember it exactly but i remembered it worked really good.
That's where I got it...
That is how it's supposed to work... haven't gotten it yet
I sent OF NUTS a question about it...
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Post#4 by tim » 16 Jun 2017, 19:18


oh it worked fine for me when i tried it let me try again now
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Post#5 by tim » 16 Jun 2017, 19:34


seems to work fine for me.
I selected an ellipse then turned that into a path.
Then duplicated that path (to make a copy of it). Then deformed one.
Right click the copy Tools/Generate Intermediate Paths then selected the original path as End Path and Guide Path then "OK" to run script.
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Post#6 by RJKD » 16 Jun 2017, 20:30


Your 'end path' is the same as your 'guide path' in you screen shot. This 4 min 30 sec video by rich2005 should put you on the right track. This tool is fantastic, just takes a bit of getting used to. look forward to seeing your results.
https://youtu.be/Uq12JHvVJvE
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Post#7 by tim » 16 Jun 2017, 20:42


RJKD, thanks for the video link.
Now I know how to use guide path (probably better for animation).
My use was just for morphing a path, not using Guide.
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