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30 Aug 2010 16:49 / last edited 31 Aug 2010 20:46
Een tijdje terug heb ik twee hele gave uitbreidingen voor The Gimp gevonden. Het programma zelf is al heel erg uitgebreid, maar niet echt bedoeld om digitaal mee te schilderen. Gimp Painter heeft echter een heleboel extra opties om het schilderen mooier en beter te maken. Zo is er bijvoorbeeld een nieuwe tool mixbrush, waarmee je de verf op het canvas kunt mengen, net zoals in dure commerciële programma's zoals Painter X en Photoshop CS5, maar dan wel gewoon gratis .

Als je besluit om Gimp Painter uit te proberen, is het handig om ook het pakket Gimp Paint Studio er bij te installeren. Gimp Painter heeft namelijk zoveel opties dat het moeilijk word om uit te vogelen hoe alles nou werkt. Paint Studio lost dat simpel op met een serie brushes, paletten en kleurverlopen samen met een heleboel voorgebakken tool-instellingen die meteen alles zo instellen dat je met een potlood, houtskool, of olieverf kunt werken.

gimppainter-0001.jpg

Hierboven zie je het programma waarin ik een aantal tool-instellingen heb uitgeprobeerd.

En hieronder een paar voorbeelden van wat andere artiesten er mee gedaan hebben:

sketches+001.jpg

sketch+02.jpg

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timelapse-lezard-revoy-net.jpg.tb

choroste09-m.jpg

Gimp Paint Studio en Gimp Painter kun je hier downloaden:

http://code.google.com/p/gps-gimp-paint-studio/

http://en.sourceforge.jp/projects/gimp-painter/releases/?package_id=6799
download daar het bestand gimp-painter--2.6.10_100627-2_win32_starter.exe

Als je problemen hebt met installeren, vraag me dan even om hulp.

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30 Aug 2010 16:57
Als ze nu ook eens een keer drukgevoeligheid zouden fixen voor Intuos en Cintiq tablets...

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30 Aug 2010 17:13 / last edited 30 Aug 2010 17:13
Roel schreef:
Als ze nu ook eens een keer drukgevoeligheid zouden fixen voor Intuos en Cintiq tablets...

Misschien helpt dit?
http://www.gimptalk.com/forum/install-guide-wacom-drawing-tablets-with-gimp-t17992.html

ik weet dat het moet werken want die artiesten in mijn vorige post gebruiken ook wacom intuos tablets

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30 Aug 2010 17:24
Misschien gebruiken die Linux of MacOS of zo.

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30 Aug 2010 17:55 / last edited 30 Aug 2010 18:01
Nee, gewoon windows.

Setting up GIMP (Windows / Mac / Linux)

At this point you should have the tablet drivers and support programs installed, either by following the instructions above for Linux or by running the Wacom installation disk (Mac,Windows). Better yet, download the latest Windows/Mac drivers directly from Wacom's homepage [here]. If you run into trouble, also make sure you are updated with the latest operating system patches, directX and so on. Obviously you should also always run with the latest GIMP version.
If you use Windows/Mac, you might have gotten some simple test/config program supplied with the tablet. Test that and make sure the tablet is working with all its features. If it doesn't work there you can't expect it to work in GIMP either.

The final thing is to tell GIMP that you have this new cool tablet that you want to use. Go to Preferences->Input devices->Configure Extended input devices.

In the list you should be able to pick the various devices -- they are called

    * "stylus" (tip of your pen)
    * "eraser" (back tip of your pen)
    * "cursor" (the wacom mouse if you have it)
    * "pad" (the buttons/slider on some tablets -- not all versions have them).
    * "puck" (not sure what heck this is, but some Windows users have reported seeing such a device name.)

Windows/Mac users should have had these devices setup by the Wacom installer. Linux users can follow the instructions above to get everything working (For Windows users who do not see any tablet devices in this list, go to Preferences->Input Devices->Input Controllers and make sure "DirectX DirectInput" is in the "Active" collumn. Make sure you have the latest DirectX. You also have to restart GIMP).

Activate all devices (except the "pad") to mode "Screen", which seems to work best for most people. If you find that your cursor has a strange offset, try is to switch to the the "Windows" setting instead, your mileage may vary. Always leave "pad" disabled in the GIMP prefs, GIMP's not using it anyway and turning it on will only mess things up.

The pad buttons and eventual touch strips are instead linked directly to normal keyboard keys.
Under Windows or Macintosh the buttons/slider on the tablet (the "pad" device) setup is handled by the Windows/Mac driver installer and configuration program you get with the board. Linux users should refer to the relevant section above for information on how to set things up.

So to GIMP the tablet buttons and slider drags are just seen as any key press. Go into Preferences->Interface->Configure keyboard shortcuts and map those buttons to useful things. The "slider up/down" I have mapped to the keys ? and 0 for example, whereas the buttons means Ctrl, Space, Shift and Alt respectively. Then I just need to tell GIMP that e.g. Ctrl + ? means to zoom out, and then I will be able to do that directly from the tablet!

... And that's it. You should now have full pressure/tilt support in GIMP and full use of all features of your tablet. Remember that the "stylus" and "eraser" are treated as separate, equally worthy devices for GIMP (as opposed to how it's handled in PS) . This means that if you use either the pen or eraser tip to click on any tool, GIMP will assign the too to that particular tip. This means you can do interesting things like having your eraser tip act as a smooth tool instead of an eraser for example, and combine the two in any way you want. Just remember that using the mouse to choose the tool will not work, as that will only assign the tool to the mouse, not to the pen.

31 Aug 2010 06:48
Hé, dat is leuk! Ik ga er zeker eens naar kijken