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Gimp tutorial, in this video you will learn how to create mutated pictures.
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Before starting this video I would like to take this opportunity to thank Lolido1 and atila339 for all their awesome suggestions, it be program or a website they're really awesome, so I really appreciate them. Guys send more and I just want to say thank you and also if you’re a WWE fan please check out John Cena Ultimate Fans Channel, this kid has some great WWE videos that you might want to check out. So there you go, with those said let's begin with this GIMP video.
All right, so this is GIMP, again GIMP is a freeware program, pretty much like Photoshop. As you can see I have a picture of Brad Pitt here, so basically whenever you have an image of yourselves or your pets, your brother or sister, your friends whatever so we just loaded on GIMP then go to filters and then go to the distorts. Then we go to what we call iWarp, all right, this is it.
So all we have to do is warp our image to our on liking. So as my title says to mutate an image you all you have to do is warp them. So if you it to be like that—that’s weird I know. So you can also do some stuff some grow, so if I want to grow the eyes like so. If you want to swirl counter clockwise you can do that. If you want to remove basically your deformation you can do that if you want to. That’s pretty cool.
Okay. You can also shrink if you want to. So I just shrunk his nose like that. That’s pretty creepy. And you can also swirl in the clockwise direction. So you can also deform—basically your deform radius and your deform amount. So you can remove that if you want. Wow that’s really something.
Anyway, you can also do some super sample so. I want to shrink that. So you just have fun and create your wackiest or let say creepiest mutants that you can basically produce with GIMP. So this Brad Pitt from Mars and I'm going to show you more.
This time we’re going to basically mutate this hamster, so before doing that—there you go, I'm just going to reload it. Anyway, we’ll go to filters then we go to distorts and then we go to iWarp like so. This time we’re going to shrink the whole hamster, so to do that we increase the deform radius like so and we’re basically going to shrink him like so. Freaking like a cat, all right.
Then we go to animate and then we animate this effect. I'll put in 15 frames and we put in ping pong and hit ok. And then we save this as a GIMP file, okay. This is hamster.gif, so dong forget this change the jpg extension mean to gif to be able to save as an animation because this time we’re going to make animated aliens or animated mutants, okay. So we save this as animation and export. Okay, we’ll wait for it. So we save this and I'll show you what it looks like.
And there's our mutant in action. I think that’s pretty cool. If this is shrinking this one is basically breathing heavily like it inhaled helium of something so I really don’t know. I think that’s pretty cool. So there you go. That’s another mutant for you.
Okay, now we’re going to mutant Sponge Bob which is a cartoon character. So we go to filters and then distorts and then iWarp. Like so and we’re going to move it like so because a gummer something. Okay, and then we go to animate this for about eight frames, ping pong. So basically if you hit reverse it will save you animation from being distort to the in fix. If you use ping pong it will basically start with your fix or you original photo and then distort it and then back to the original picture. So that’s the difference between reverse and ping pong. If you hit both so basically the distorted image will come first but I want the ping pong options so I just hit ok.
And we save this again as an animation so click save as, spongebob.gif instead of jpg. Okay, save and save this as an animation, export and we wait. There we go. So loop forever, save and this is our image. So there you go, that’s really cool, you can put at as an – I don’t know, abettor or on your webpage. It really depends on you guys, so it’s really up to your creativity and there you go.
So to all my subscribers again thank you for the sub and also thanks for watching this video and always just have fun. See you guys.