What is this?
GIMP stands for GNU Image Manipulation Program. It can be used to edit photos or create graphics for the Web and the print media. GIMP is an open source software. It is available for Linux, Windows and other operating systems free of charge. This is a collection of tutorials on using GIMP. GIMP can be downloaded from http://www.gimp.org/.
You can play the tutorials on-line. Or else, you can download everything in one bundle. You can also download each tutorial individually.
Download all tutorials in one bundle - swview-gimp-all.zip (38 MB).
- Creating and saving an image in GIMP (Download - 9.9 MB)
- Using path tool (Download - 1.5 MB)
- Using perspective tool (Download -1.8 MB)
- Using rotate tool (Download - 1.1 MB)
- Using shear tool (Download - 1.1 MB)
- Creating glow effect (Download - 3.5 MB)
- Creating a background pattern with mixing colors (Download - 11 MB)
- Creating a banner for a website (Download - 6.4 MB)
- Creating image map HTML code using GIMP (Download - 4.1 MB)
How to view the content?
The content is displayed through a Java Applet. You need to have Java plug-in installed and enabled in your Web browser. In case you don't, download and install Java Runtime Environment from Sun Microsystems Inc. Java 1.4 or a latest version should work.
This work is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. This enables you to modify and/or redistribute this GIMP training content even with a different licensing scheme of your choice. If you wish, you can use the material for commercial gains without giving us money. The attribution should clearly mention that your work is derived from or based on the Free On-line GIMP Trainings distributed by Software View (http://www.swview.org/) according to the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.