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    Gimp Tutorials

    All right, I use GIMP for my graphics for one simple reason, it's free. But I'm not a graphics designer, so my use of Gimp is fairly limited.

    Does anyone know of some good tutorials on Gimp and where I can donwload additional effects for WinGimp?

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    search for 'GIMP tutorials' in Google. I got many results of tutorials.
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    As I understand it GIMP can take Photoshop filters.
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    Well, we might as well provide some links, yah?

    http://www.gimp.org/tutorials.html
    http://empyrean.lib.ndsu.nodak.edu/~nem/gimp/tuts/
    http://gug.sunsite.dk/?page=tutorials
    http://gimp-savvy.com/

    And most tutorials for a good deal of work-alike programs (PS, PSP, etc.) will work with slight alteration in GIMP...
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    Actually, the Gimp is nothing like Photoshop, or anything similar. And that is a good thing, in most cases. Also, Photoshop plugins will not work in it. However, it is a high-quality program worth learning. The Gimp is a very nice program for fast web graphics.

    http://www.xach.com/gimp/tutorials/

    More Gimp stuff

    and, as was said, a google search will bring up a lot of good stuff for it.

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    Excellent,

    Thanks for all the replies.


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