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Gimp Tutorial: Pop Art

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Uploaded on Mar 14, 2008

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How to produce Roy Lichenstein style Pop Art from your photographs.

This is based on several Photoshop tutorials, but is 'translated' for the Gimp, which doesn't have the 'new adjustment layers' or 'filters-sketch-halftone' options that the Photoshop tutorials rely on.

Handy shortcut keys:
ctrl+m = Merge all visible layers
[ = brush decrease size
] = brush increase size
p = paintbrush tool
shift+e = eraser tool
o = eye-dropper/colour picker tool

Remember to save your project as an .xcf file as you go along, in case you lose your work.

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