Stained glass pictures

September 22, 2006 at 12:39 pm | Posted in GIMP | 4 Comments

David Mould, assistant professor at the university of Saskatchewan, just released the source code he had used to create stained glass pictures (article). An example of this:

Why did he do this? Well, basically just because I asked. Which proofs once more that people are often very willing to share their source code, especially in academic environments. So if I find some time the next coming months I will try to create a nice GIMP# plug-in out of this code.

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  1. Btw, do you know this Gimp tutorial?
    http://www.gimpforum.de/tutorials/t-refractions-per-displace-tutorial-221kb-1097.html

  2. Hi tobias, thanks for the link. It’s an interesting tutorial although it’s of course different from the automatic stained glass generation as described in the article.

  3. Hey, I don’t suppose you got anywhere with creating a plugin for this did you?

  4. Nope. Still too busy with other GIMP# stuff, I’m afraid.


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