Life, Linux and Web Development in KahelOS… OK, in general…

Gimp Recipe: Background Noise

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Open GIMP and create a new 100×100 image. Fill her up with a color, say a shade of grey.

Now, add some noise by selecting RGB Noise under Filters > Noise. Good values I have tried are 0.6 for all channels, anything higher than that would make the edges obvious when tiling for a page background. Also don’t forget Correlated noise for smoother edges during tiling.

Finally save your image and have fun. See here for a demo.

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Written by agi

March 24, 2010 at 10:36 pm

Posted in lamp

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