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What's New?

Newer stuff is above older stuff.

What is The Gimp?

To keep things short:

You can visit The Gimp's home page for more details.

I have prepared a nice screenshot of The Gimp in action. The platform used was a no-name 486DX2/66 MHz, 16 MB RAM, 1 MB CL/GD5420 video card, running Linux 1.2.13. You can download the small version (172 KB) or the big full-sized version (890 KB (yikes!)).

Other Gimp Resources

If you have a Gimp-related home page or know of one that is not listed here, please let me know and I'll add it to this list.

Main Gimp site

People's pages

Gimp mailing lists

My own stuff

Gimp tutorials I have written

I have begun writing some (hopefully) useful tutorials for The Gimp. Many people who have not used this kind of programs in the past have trouble actually starting accomplishing things... perhaps this is because the large number of features The Gimp has, and it is not so easy to get the hang of combining them :)

Creating effects and images

Tweaking your Gimp setup

For developers only

Other people (Zach Beane, Mike Phillips, et al) have written many more very fine tutorials. You may want to check out their pages (the links are above).

Plug-ins I have written

Note: the thumbnail images may be too small to show enough detail!

Click here for information on how to add new plug-ins to The Gimp.

Send comments, bug reports, and other stuff to That's Federico Mena Quintero.

This page last updated: 1996/09/26 20:22:31