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Jamac4k Pencil Portrait Script for GIMP

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tim
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Jamac4k Pencil Portrait Script for GIMP

Post#1 by tim » 27 Feb 2017, 19:35


following steps described here -> Another way to make a pencil portrait
Requirement(s): This script requires G'MIC plugin.
jamac4k_pencil_portrait.zip #
Zipped .py file (unzip, put in your GIMP's /plug-ins/ folder)
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jamac4k_pencil_portrait (2).zip #
version 2 (for G'MIC Qt)
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Script location: Python-Fu > Jamac4k Pencil Portrait...

Instructions:
1) Have a single image with a single layer of image you'd like to create pencil portrait of.
2) Run script. Set blur radius (33 is default and should work fine according to tutorial in description of steps).
3) Click OK, to run script and wait for magic to happen.
4) You can change brightness/contrast of the topmost layer named "adjust brightness contrast" and change color balance to your taste


Sample result:
oprah_pencil_portrait_sketch.jpg
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dinasset_1
Script Coder

Post#2 by dinasset_1 » 27 Feb 2017, 20:17


@ Tin, about what you wrote on GC
"...but how did you get that command string? is there an output of that somewhere when you run any gmic filter?"
third entry in Input/output, use "Verbose (layer name)", you'll get the command string used

tim
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Post#3 by tim » 27 Feb 2017, 21:45


thanks for letting me know Dinasset
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Post#4 by Ella » 22 Jul 2017, 19:16


A pencil portrait of Emma Watson.
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Issabella
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Post#5 by Issabella » 22 Jul 2017, 22:03


This filter is one of my favourite ones. I love it. Thank you Tin, it was so kind of you to adapt it to the new versionof G'MIC. :D
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gnerd
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Post#6 by gnerd » 25 Jul 2017, 04:16


tim wrote:
27 Feb 2017, 19:35
following steps described here -> Another way to make a pencil portrait
Requirement(s): This script requires G'MIC plugin.

Downloadjamac4k_pencil_portrait.zip
Download jamac4k_pencil_portrait (2).zip
Script location: Python-Fu > Jamac4k Pencil Portrait...

Instructions:
1) Have a single image with a single layer of image you'd like to create pencil portrait of.
2) Run script. Set blur radius (33 is default and should work fine according to tutorial in description of steps).
3) Click OK, to run script and wait for magic to happen.
4) You can change brightness/contrast of the topmost layer named "adjust brightness contrast" and change color balance to your taste


Sample result:
oprah_pencil_portrait_sketch.jpg
On the second one since it's a script does it go in the scripts folder under 2.0 or should there be a folder under 2.8? I don't want to make the same mistake I made with patterns and brushes, so felt safer to ask first. Thanks in advance, your scripts and plugins and help are wonderful, you really try to make it easy to use and navigate even for a newbie like myself :)

tim
GL Blogger

Post#7 by tim » 25 Jul 2017, 04:31


it depends what GIMP version you have. I am not sure what version you are using but it should go under that GIMP's /plug-ins/ folder.
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gnerd
Forum Member

Post#8 by gnerd » 25 Jul 2017, 13:45


tim wrote:
25 Jul 2017, 04:31
it depends what GIMP version you have. I am not sure what version you are using but it should go under that GIMP's /plug-ins/ folder.
Gimp 2.8 is what I use. Thanks again can't wait to give it a try!


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