BMW X5

This is my dad’s gray BMW X5. I took a picture of it and then I changed it into a cartoon. I opened the picture, and I went to layers. I made a new layer called lines. I clicked on the layer ‘lines’ and I started drawing lines on the edges of the car. Then…

Creating a Desktop Title

Here is my desktop title called The Leopard. I called it ‘The Leopard’ because the title’s picture has a skin of a leopard. Here is how I made it::I opened a new template, and its height and width are 200.I clicked on the Bucket Fill tool, and I filled my background with the color ‘Orange’.…

Panoramic Picture

This is a panoramic picture that shows my house and land all together. I stood up in one position, and I took pictures around my house. I opened the pictures on the gimp. I made the pictures a little bit smaller. I opened a new template (5000×1000). I copied and pasted one picture at a…

Creating A Double Exposure

I took a picture with my grandpa. I wanted to create a double exposure to see how it looks. I opened up both pictures; the sunset picture and our picture.I scaled them both to make them be the same size.I opened a new template. A bigger one than these two pictures. I first copied our…

Experimenting with Filters

This is my picture that I edited it using the filters of The Gimp.This is me, I edited it using 9 different kinds of filters. I started this out by removing the background around my face. Then I cropped my picture to show only my face. I scaled my Image, and inserted a grid on…

Chocolate

Word= Chocolate Font=Bookman Old Style Semi-Bold Italic Not-Rotated Size= 61 Color=Brown Pattern= Chocolate Swirls. When I finished editing my word. I pressed Ctrl+L to open the layers. I right clicked on the word in the layer and I clicked on Alpha to Selection.Then I went on the page where I wrote ‘Chocolate’ and I clicked…

Abstract Art

This is my abstract art that I have done, using The Gimp. First of all, I made zigzagged lines using the tool called Select hand-drawn region or you can press on F to select it. The lines are located at the top and bottom. I filled them in using the Bucket fill tool. Then I…