Twined/rattan/wicker Shell.

(Lyle Kroll) #50

Just tried again but still no ripple. I’m currently running G’MIC_QT 2.2.0. Not sure if I have the latest version of GIMP G’MIC. :slight_smile:


(samj) #51

That’s right, updates to this version do not work well…
Try the latest version.

(Lyle Kroll) #52

I’ll update soon, samj. Anyway, still, my binge continues.


More Rattan than Wicker. lol

Of course, what do I know. lol


(samj) #53


I added a filter in your folder, an example rendering with ‘Lylejk_Ribbon + Blend Seamless’.


(Lyle Kroll) #54

Have the latest release (G’MIC 2.20); did an update but still don’t see it, samj. Oh well. Also deleted the update220.gmic file and ran updates but only received the files as I outlined before. :slight_smile:

(Lyle Kroll) #55

OK; I had G’MIC 2.2.0 and had no idea 2.2.2 was the current version. lol

Downloading now; connection to is slow. I’ll let you know if this addresses your preset showing or not. :slight_smile:

(Lyle Kroll) #56

Indeed, that is what the issue was. I see all the presets you created now, samj. Again, thanks a heap. :slight_smile:

(Lyle Kroll) #57

Carnival Tapestry

Again, thanks for the new ribbon preset samj. Used that along with a texture blend to get the result shown below. :slight_smile:

(samj) #58


This is just an attempt to make a fabric texture.


(Lyle Kroll) #59

Definitely looks more fabricy, samj. Well, about to leave for another 10 hour shift. Again, thanks for automating this. :slight_smile:

(Lyle Kroll) #60

Wicker Doll


I actually recently tried to break this binge, but Pat reeled me back in. lolol


(Lyle Kroll) #61

Cactus Loomed

Again, trying to make a tapestry (loomed) render. Thanks again, samj. :slight_smile:


(Colin Paul Adams) #62

Looks like a hill fort.

(Lyle Kroll) #63

The small version definitely does, Colin. Lots of roads and trees. lol

Hmmmmm lol


(Lyle Kroll) #64

Tapestry Floral


Used displacement mapping to get a better color thread alignment. Yes; still toying with this. lol



I like the last two very much.

(Lyle Kroll) #66

Thanks, afre. :slight_smile:

(samj) #67



This achievement of tapestry is very successful :o)
To ‘age’ this tapestry it is possible to add very small deformations.

(Lyle Kroll) #68

Definitely like that, samj. :slight_smile:


I would say that the aged tapestry has less impact but is still interesting. How about an even more ancient one where there is uneven fading and damaged or unravelled thread? :wink::stuck_out_tongue: