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This is a simple and quick Gimp tutorial to teach to Tech-King how to make a "something inside" logo out of an "Intel inside" logo ...
.The recipe of the Chef :- One installation of Gimp or Gimp for Windows This is a free and open-source equivalent of PhotoShop- One picture of an "Intel ...
.- Open the Intel's logo with Gimp.If you installed Gimp correctly, you could right click on the picture, and select "open with Gimp".- Select the appropriate tool and ...
.- Select the "little hand with a finger" toolBe careful, this is a second hand hand. You may want to select the size of the finger.- Zoom over ...
.- Select the text tool- Select the "Comics Sans MS Bold" fontOr any other more appropriate font if you prefer, I promise I will not cry.- Select the ...
.- Select the "perspective transformation" tool and click on the "something" box in the picture.Four little box will appear at each corner of the "something" box.A little parametric ...
.- With the Layer window, duplicate the "Something" layer.You select the "Something" layer, then click the "duplicate" button.- Make the top copy layer invisible.You click on the top ...
.- Merge the "Something" layer with the new white layer.Right click on the "Something" layer, and select "merge with the lower layer".- Make this layer gray-scale.Into the "Color" ...
.- Select the "Move layer" tool.Actually, I have absolutely no clue about how it is called in English ... So, let's call it Georges.- Be sure the shadow ...
. Voila ! C'est fini ! You now know how to make something inside ! Congratulation and bon appetit !
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