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How do I do this?

Feb 15, 2014, 22:53
Post: #1
How do I do this?
How do I get this effect that is on Melo in the attached image? Not the outline but the way the image is sharpened and looks like it is. I've been messing around with a lot of filters and I can't get it right


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Feb 16, 2014, 00:04
Post: #2
RE: How do I do this?
(Feb 15, 2014 23:36)ofnuts Wrote:  Filter/Artistic/Cartoon?

Thank you!
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Feb 16, 2014, 00:04
Post: #3
RE: How do I do this?
Hi scchamberland,
Does your Gimp installation include G'MIC?
If so I used the Graphic Novel filter under Artistic to produce this output.
Also have shown the settings used in the second image.
I did adjust the Colors->Levels a little after running the Graphic Novel filter to make it more similar to the image you posted.


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Feb 16, 2014, 02:05
Post: #4
RE: How do I do this?
(Feb 16, 2014 00:04)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  Hi scchamberland,
Does your Gimp installation include G'MIC?
If so I used the Graphic Novel filter under Artistic to produce this output.
Also have shown the settings used in the second image.
I did adjust the Colors->Levels a little after running the Graphic Novel filter to make it more similar to the image you posted.

It doesn't where can I download it?
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Feb 16, 2014, 08:43
Post: #5
RE: How do I do this?
(Feb 16, 2014 02:05)scchamberland Wrote:  
(Feb 16, 2014 00:04)fluffybunny2 Wrote:  Hi scchamberland,
Does your Gimp installation include G'MIC?
If so I used the Graphic Novel filter under Artistic to produce this output.
Also have shown the settings used in the second image.
I did adjust the Colors->Levels a little after running the Graphic Novel filter to make it more similar to the image you posted.

It doesn't where can I download it?
You can find it here
Click the Download button and choose the version for your OS.
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Feb 18, 2014, 05:20
Post: #6
RE: How do I do this?
Addtionally,

The built-in unsharp mask filter can yield your desired result.

Filters > Enhance > Unsharp mask

See here:
http://gimpforums.com/thread-what-is-thi...5#pid22295

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