Tag archive: gimp book

Let’s Make Manga

I‘ve recently updated Gimp Book with a couple of new features. The biggest change is probably that it now supports right-to-left reading, for languages like Japanese. This should be great for any manga artists using the plug-in. I don’t know… continue reading »

Making Comics with GIMP – Speech Bubbles

In this third tutorial on Making Comics with GIMP, we’ll cover how to make speech bubbles. Speech bubbles are an essential part of comics, and come in a variety of shapes and styles, most of which can be achieved with… continue reading »

Making Comics with GIMP – Panels and Gutters

In this second tutorial on Making Comics with GIMP, we’ll cover how to create panels, gutters and panel borders. Panel borders are the lines around each drawing, or panel, of a comic, while gutters are the spaces between the panels.… continue reading »

Making Comics with GIMP – Page Setup

GIMP is a great tool for making comics, especially when combined with my little GIMP Book plug-in, which provides a simple tool for managing multiple pages. In this first tutorial in a series on Making Comics With GIMP, we’ll use… continue reading »

Bug Fix to Gimp Book for Windows and More

I finally found some time, one late Friday night, to fix an annoying bug in Gimp Book that was introduced some time after Gimp 2.8.4 on Windows only. The bug would cause Gimp Book to crash when you tried to… continue reading »

Livre Gimp

Gimp Book is now available in French, thanks to Patrick Depoix. He sent me a translated version of the code, which in turn prompted me to add proper internationalization support to make translating easier in the future. I think it’s… continue reading »