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Issue 12 features an article called “Digitally Coloring Quasi-mode” that was written by Martín Eschoyez and edited by Debi Dalio. In this multi-page tutorial, Martín explains one of his techniques that gives life to hand-drawn graphics.
Issue #11 of GIMP Magazine is just around the corner, mid April!
Turi Scandurra will be featured in Issue #11. Turi is an Italian 2D animation artist and illustrator with a strong background in visual storytelling and traditional animation. He has many years of experience as an animation film designer, director, and editor. His online portfolio can be found at: http://turiscandurra.com/. A special thanks to Debi Dalio for editing this article.
Looking ahead, Issue #12 is nearing completion and will be published roughly mid May. While we are working with a few artists beyond May, nothing is yet finalized. We encourage you to submit your articles to http://gimpmagazine.org/submissions. We take care of the rest.
So many thanks for the rollout of Issue #9 and we hope that you join us for the launch of Issue #10. Issue #10 features some amazing photography from some amazing places on earth. Christian Schroll takes us on a photo journey of some pretty cool landscapes. Christian also shares with us how he creates HRD (High Dynamic Range) photography in a multi-page, detailed master-class tutorial using GIMP and UFRaw. Be sure to visit Christian Schroll’s works at Continue reading →