Congratulations on the 2.0 release G’MIC team!
I just had a quick mess around with it. Impressive work! A lot of improvements and additions. Here’s something fun I made with my profile image using the “black crayon” filter:
Good job and good summary!
The http://gmic.eu website could benefit from more of the examples and tutorials found on https://pixls.us/ and https://discuss.pixls.us, or at least provide the appropriate links. Maybe the site just needs an overhaul; e.g., we have pages that still say “Latest stable version: 1.7.4” and have old tutorials that might need revising. That kind of gives G’MIC less credit than it deserves.
Could you give the URLs ? I’d be interested to change those if necessary. Thanks !
Awesome! Thanks to all who contributed!
A fantastic write-up. Going to share this elsewhere where I usually share my stuff.
Maybe these examples and tutorials could be included as a help file in G’mic? G’mic is a wonderfull tool but lacks a lot of documentation.
Hi David, hi Patrick,
somewhat shorter summary in German:
Amazing article! I am sold
New version looks really smooth…
Currently, the download links for G’MIC for Windows (64 bits) zip file & G’MIC for Windows (32 bits) zip file go nowhere (looking for non qt version)… looks like they maybe need the gmic_qt_win64 & gmic_qt_win32 path update.
Yes, it should be fixed now, thanks for noticing this
David Revoy has posted some more details about his use of the G’MIC Smart Coloring filter in a recent blog post :
One more to look at:
Link for “G’MIC for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Xenial (64 bits) - all interfaces” leads to message:
“The requested URL /files/prerelease_linux/gmic_ubuntu_trusty_amd64.deb was not found on this server.”
Indeed, should be fixed now. Thanks !
Thanks for the info on G’MIC 2.0. I was able to install it for Gimp on Fedora. However, I had some trouble finding it. I learned it is best to search for GMIC not G’MIC.
This article has been here a while, but I was wondering if Patrick David had a place to recommend new film emulations. Just saw an article about a ‘new’ film called ‘Street Candy ATM400’. It is a high contrast sharp black and white film, and the examples posted looked good.
Good question. I think some of the stuff that @stefan.chirila has produced are pretty sweet.
Did you have a link for the “Street Candy ATM400”?
@patdavid, I believe that @johjeff might be talking about this film here ( https://www.oneyearwithfilmonly.com/street-candy-film ) which is an actual film stock that is for sale, and that he may want a digital replica of it.