LinuxFocus.org: Pseudo 3D with Gimp
Jul 09, 2000, 16:18 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Gimp is a software exclusively 2D, but with a few tricks and thanks to the numerous tools that are
available, it is possible to create an image in pseudo 3D...."
"Before starting recall that if you are unaware of the meaning of an icon in the toolbox you only have to put the cursor over the icon in question to
see a help text appearing. Recall as well that a double-click on an icon opens the dialogbox specific to the tool chosen. Recall in
addition that a straight click on an image opens the pop up menus that consist of all the manipulation tools, from saving to filters and other
Script-Fu... And finally recall gimp has shortcuts for all the operations that can be choosen from menus. Some of them are very useful: new, open,
close, quit, copy, paste, cut, undo, redo..."