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OMG Tutorial - Clear Glass Brumbies

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Re: OMG Tutorial - Clear Glass Brumbies

Post#31 by gnerd » 02 Aug 2017, 13:31


Ella wrote:
02 Aug 2017, 07:03
You are probably right, gnerd. You are overlooking something. I made the tutorial several times.
Some photo's and line art are more suitable than others for the clear glass effect.
This one I posted a few weeks ago in my "gallery."

A hummingbird I saw in OMG's wintergarden :)
That is incredibly beautiful Ella!!
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Post#32 by gnerd » 02 Aug 2017, 13:33


RJKD wrote:
02 Aug 2017, 08:51
It took me a few attempts to get it right, remember we're all here to help, I'm sure you'll get there.
Thank you RJKD, i'm so grateful for all the help!!
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Ella
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Post#33 by Ella » 02 Aug 2017, 14:11


Thank you, gnerd. I'm sure you'll soon find the way to make the clear glass. You're a quick learner.

But attention ... Gimp is very adjective :roll: :oops: :)
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Post#34 by gnerd » 02 Aug 2017, 14:12


Is there a download for the 3D green pattern? I don't have this, so I've been choosing other patterns to fill. That maybe my problem...while trying to follow step for step until I understand it but that is a pattern I do not have. Googling it produces overwhelming choices and i'm not sure which is correct.
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Ella
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Post#35 by Ella » 02 Aug 2017, 15:07


gnerd wrote:
02 Aug 2017, 14:12
Is there a download for the 3D green pattern? I don't have this, so I've been choosing other patterns to fill. That maybe my problem...while trying to follow step for step until I understand it but that is a pattern I do not have. Googling it produces overwhelming choices and i'm not sure which is correct.
3D green pattern is a default pattern. It should be in your Gimp.
Look at point 1, you can also click the striped button (point 2), it shows a written list (the names) of the patterns.

BTW. I don't think the pattern is the problem, other patterns will do as well.
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Pat625
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Post#36 by Pat625 » 02 Aug 2017, 15:35


You can use any pattern that you want. BRL just needs to have something under it that defines the areas on which to work.
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RJKD
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Post#37 by RJKD » 02 Aug 2017, 17:29


I initially had a problem with one aspect of this...
"Lovely tutorial thanx OMG, in section 3.3, 4-6, I had to manually align my background copy (pasted layer), did I make the copy incorrectly (I clicked directly over the brumbie)?"
See Gimp Chat thread http://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=23& ... &start=200
It may be, just may be, you think you are loosing your pasted layer or possibly the paste is slightly offset, have a few plays and you'll get there, good luck.
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Pat625
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Post#38 by Pat625 » 02 Aug 2017, 17:40


RJKD, I think just about everyone wonders about this. Sometimes when I do that paste for the background for the Brumby or image, it is right on. Other times I must adjust it as it might be just a little off, or way off. It is a mystery to me. If anyone knows why, please enlighten!
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gnerd
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Post#39 by gnerd » 02 Aug 2017, 17:58


I did it :yay_yay_purple: Thank you all for the help, OMG, thank you for this wonderful tutorial!! Think i'll practice a few more times before trying to throw some me in there. :lol: :learned_something:
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Post#40 by RJKD » 02 Aug 2017, 18:43


Way to go, Pat, myself and plenty of others have learned a lot from this wonderful tutorial and we're still asking questions and learning, well done.
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