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How To Create Speech Bubbles For Screenshots In GIMP

Jan 24, 2011, 20:34 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jessica Cam Wong)

"Previously we have looked at some tutorials for anyone, new or advanced, to try his/her hand at creating artwork in GIMP because it CAN accomplish phenomenal works, especially in conjunction with other open-source software. Here's a fun tutorial to cartoonify photos in GIMP (like you see in ads all over the web), here's another one on creating image maps, and there's also one on creating a zoom effect on screenshots. I'm certainly really excited about GIMP if you can't tell already.

"As a GIMP enthusiast, I learn mostly from following online tutorials over and over till I don't need the instructions to repeat the steps anymore. That's how I learned to do the zoom/magnifier effect, which I badly needed for some of my screenshots. Here's another such tutorial that's out of necessity for anyone that blogs and needs to point at and annotate some part of the screenshot."

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