How to add scanlines to your pic using [GIMP] =]!

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I'm using a beautiful pic of my bff steph. =]


Here's the before:




And here's the after:





Okay, so........

*Step 1: Open the pic you want to add the scanlines to.




*Step 2: Duplicate the layer.




*Step 3: Go to the gimp toolbox and click on the bucket/ fill tool.




*Step 4: Set the opacity to 63.6. The mode should be normal. The fill type should be pattern fill and change your pattern to the stripes pattern [everyone w/ gimp has it.....so just click on the pattern button on the gimp toolbox and pick the plain stripes ( not the stripes fine) ]. Then click on the picture. The scanlines should be there. If it's not, double check and see if your toolbox looks like this.




*Step 5: Go to the layer dialog and set the mode to hard light.





THERE!!!! It should look like this:





It you need any help just ask........

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Amaaaaazinq

By jazzyg96 on Dec 25, 2009 1:33 pm

thank you so muchh (:

By wifeyxtypeox on Sep 17, 2009 11:49 pm

Woohoo thanks!

By xxmidnightblackxx on Jan 12, 2009 9:58 pm

thanks! this really works. :D

By xxmidnightblackxx on Nov 27, 2008 4:54 pm

thanks for this So much!

By theerinkal on Aug 16, 2008 9:26 pm

Thanks for the tut its awesome but theres one thing I had to do differently when I tried to do the bucket fill on the duplicate layer I had to click it several times in each color region and then it still wasnt consistent. Instead of creating a duplicate layer, I created a new layer in white, did the bucket fill, then set the opacity to about 15 percent and the mode to hard light. = ]

By cjanae on Jul 6, 2008 1:37 am

hey do u know how to do that but with photofiltre??

By XxpiryXx on Apr 12, 2008 9:12 pm

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Submitted on Jan 21, 2008
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