Jump to content

How to turn a pic into a Render in Gimp

Recommended Posts

[align=center]Yes, my new tutorial.


1 ) Open your Image

2 ) Press the letter 'B' on your keyboard to get the Create and 'Edit Paths Item'

3 ) Zoom in so you don't mess up

4 ) Start cutting allong what you want in the Render

5 ) When ready to rejoin the dots, press CTRL on your keyboard and click the first dot made to rejoin it

6 ) Right click on the First dot and go to 'Select' and then to 'From Path'

7 ) After that, if all is correct press CTRL and K on your keyboard to delete the Background

8 ) Click File, Save As. Call it what you want and add .png at the end of it to save it as a render!!!


*Screenshots comming Soon*


Finishing results:



Rendered by me



Link to comment
Share on other sites

Needs screenshots so it doesn't suck.

You might have an old version of GIMP. You must press Cntrl + X to delete now. And before you do that you must hit Cntrl + I to invert the cutting so it cuts everything else. Not a bad tutorial.

No. I haven't been on GIMP for months now, but I know you're wrong.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 4 weeks later...

Screen Shots = pics of you getting to the final product. Showing the final product doesn't help at all.

Wrong. Also... why are the render and the original the same?


I think he rendered out the white background but it shows since the forums are white.

Link to comment
Share on other sites


This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • Create New...