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Review: Artists' Guide to the Gimp

Aug 26, 1999, 07:59 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by William Henning)

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"One of the most powerful applications available for Linux is the Gimp; a graphics editor that has been likened to PhotoShop. Gimp stands for the "GNU Image Manipulation Program".

"SSC (publishers of the Linux Journal) did a nice job on the book; it is printed on glossy stock and the (many) screen captures are sharp and clear."

"The Artists' Guide to the Gimp" is an excellent manual for the Gimp."

"It is possible to use the Gimp without buying a book on it; but time is money, and you will likely save a lot of time by getting this book; it has found a permanent place on my bookshelf."

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