__/ [Neil Ellwood] on Wednesday 02 November 2005 07:04 \__
> On Tue, 01 Nov 2005 18:55:45 +0000, Dave Kelly wrote:
>> Kropemann wrote:
>>> Hi folks!
>>> Does anybody have some hints for creating that "old paper" look. The
>>> goal is to start with any image and to be able to make it look like
>>> printed on an used piece of paper.
>>> Have a look at http://nosuchdomain.net/mab01.jpg to see what I mean.
>>> Thanks in advance
>> Does this look like something you can use?
> Why not just print it on an old piece of paper?
Maybe the OP does not want it printed. Maybe the OP does not want to use a
To OP: Try changing to yellow shades:
Image -> Colour -> Colour Balance -> move last slider to the left
Also, in the GIMP 1.2.x, have a look under:
Script-Fu -> Decor -> Coffee Stain
Apply this to tiny images to achieve the desired effect at a small
granularity and then replicate the image and embed as a layer or background
in the primary image.
Hope it helps,
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