GiMP’s Flame Plugin: Getting it to Work for You

If you read through part of my previous tutorial on creating light curtains in GiMP, you may be stuck on getting the flame plugin to work properly. Here’s a brief article on what you’ll need to do. Read more…

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Light Curtains/Beams in GiMP: A Tutorial

No doubt you’ve seen the Windows Vista and Windows 7 backdrops. Chances are, you’ve also wanted a fast (and cheap) way of putting something together that looks pretty similar to the originals. Plus, it makes for a great way to break up a rather blank looking background!

As it turns out, there’s a really easy way to do it. Best of all? It’s cheap. Here’s a sample that I made using the GiMP–a free, open source image manipulation program–and it looks pretty sweet:

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Crystal Icon Set

I’ve decided to toy around a bit with Inkscape and put together my own icon set. Take a look, if you’re interested! It only contains three icons right now but they might be useful for things like warning, info, and error dialog boxes.

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