Tutorials must be created by you and your own idea.
If you got idea from elsewhere and revised your own version of tutorial, please include reference and credit original authors.
For example if you found a Photoshop tutorial and wanted to write a GIMP version, you must credit the original Photoshop tutorial.
Due to unfortunate circumstances, the original tutorial is no longer available.
The original idea of creating a realistic green apple was not mine. There have been several tutorials in the past, both Gimp and PhotoShop. I have combined information from two that I considered the best of what I found, plus a few changes of my own.
The script was written in scheme i think, this was before me learning python scripts. It's one of the first script i ever wrote.
Grachaen probably didn't feel like doing it. You can call python methods from scheme fine once they're registered in the procedural database (pdb).
And python can call registered methods written in scheme the same.
I wrote it as a practice in scheme to learn many of GIMP's methods.
Excellent result, Issabella.
If you and Conbagui do not mind, I would have a couple of suggestions:
1- the light which simulates the reflection of a window should follow the curvature of the apple
2- where the bottom part "touches" the shadow generated by the apple, there should be no light separation, otherwise the apple seems to be "suspended"
Thank you so much Dinasset Conbagui and Pat.
Pat, your nice fresh apple looks great! We will be able to make a very nice apple pie with them.
Dinasset, I couldn't change the reflect to get a deeper curve effect but the bottom shade yes. Is it better?