Use Difference of Gaussians Effect on Images in the GIMP Application
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- 9You can click the chain to connect or disconnect the values.The icon is on the right side of the text boxes. It links "Radius 1" and "Radius 2" values. The chain is currently disconnected, so you can change both values separately. You will see the preview update when you click the other text box or when you press the "Tab" key on the keyboard.
- 11If you are satisfied with your settings, click "OK" to apply the changes to the image.This effect will create an outline that is not as simple as a black-and-white outline.Advertisement
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