Just out of curiosity: Is there a filter that resembles a Roy Lichtenstein, see, e.g. Roy Lichtenstein - Wikipedia. Thanks.
on duckduckgo, and you will
find some suggestions.
Claes in Lund, Schweden
I don’t think so.
There are some filters for color quantization and halftoning, but I’m not sure how to use them to get something close.
Getting a good Lichtenstein effect is mostly manual work - you need a really bold outline with closed areas, then you can fill those in with patterns. Most associate Lichtenstein just with rasterization, but there is much more to it. He used a lot of screen printing but mixed up the techniques how each screen was created. From flat colors to patterns to rasterization dots.
I doubt anything but a specially trained machine learning algo does have a decent chance of getting a plausible result.
Have you already tried: Cprogrammer-Roy-Richtenstein.scm?
No, I have not seen that it seems. Thanks a lot, @MrQ
Danke nach Schweden, @Claes !
Not G’MIC, but the Newsprint GIMP plugin (under distorts) does sort of an alright job with Lichtenstein like result if you choose dot and CMYK. Below’s link to a tribute I recently did for Bob Barker.