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How to create a gallery wrap frame

Aug 26, 2012, 11:29
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How to create a gallery wrap frame
Hi,
I want to put my picture in a frame. The frame should be such that the image is wrapped around the entire frame(including top, bottom, left and right side). In technical terms I believe it is called as 'gallery wrap'(Please bear with me Sad if I am wrong). You can find an example of this frame in this link 'http://photosoncanvasprinting.com/photos_on_canvas_printing'. Kindly please help me on the same.
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Sep 26, 2012, 01:56 (This post was last modified: Sep 26, 2012 02:09 by raj.)
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RE: How to create a gallery wrap frame
Hi @ofnuts, thanks for the reply. I want the final picture to look like wrapped around in a physical frame. Not sure how to implement the methods you have outlined. Tried looking for instructions, but could not find the right one in google search. Is it possible for you to outline what exactly(the kind of options I have to choose in GIMP to achieve this) I need to do in GIMP.

I want to create image that looks like the one in section 'Gallery Wrap' of 'http://photosoncanvasprinting.com/photos_on_canvas_printing'. As you can see, the image looks like has been embedded in the frame and shown at different angles(you can see 2 frame, each displayed at different angles).
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