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?

  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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