THIS PAGE IS SERIOUSLY OUT OF DATE
See Quartic's page for a more comprehensive listing. I haven't
touched this page in well over a year. Ugh.
This collection of links is sparse at the moment. If you have a home page
(or know of one) that is related somehow to GIMP, let me know, and I'll include it here.
- Plug-in sources:
Mena Quintero has the MOST incredible GIMP logo on his home page right
now. CHECK IT OUT! Oh, and he's also written some plug-ins :).
- Adam D.
Moss has created a registry for GIMP plug-ins. This is a great place to
check often, because it seems like whenever you turn around it has new
- Stephen R. Norris
has written a couple of plug-ins, too, and has designed a very nice home
page (unrelated to the GIMP) with some good design tips and pointers.
Martinsen has a page here that lists a whole bunch of plug-ins that
appear on his home page before they make their way onto the registry.
- Tom Bech is
writing a Lighting Effects plug-in, and has an alpha for testing available!
It's got tons of potential.
- Michael J. Hammel's GIMP web site
has several neat things, not the least of which is his port of the
utility to a GIMP plug-in.
- Jim Geuther has a very
large collection of plugins he has written here. There are a lot of colormap
manipulation tools included.
- Jan Hubicka is
the author of a math plugin, that allows you to use fairly complex and
arbitrary formulas as filters on an image. This lets you do things like the
Mandelbröt set and such. cool.
- GIMP's FTP
site is a site to check every now and then to see if the GIMP authors
have sneakily uploaded something.
- Marc Bless
has written a plug-in writing tutorial for GIMP.
- Mike Philips has
put up a GIMP page, and he has written a nifty rounded text tutorial.
- Larry Ewing has
some terrific art on his home page, created entirely with GIMP. He is
the creator of the Linux Penguin Mascot.
- There's a very nifty tip on Ed's GIMP page, as well as a
collection of links and some GIF animation tools.
- There is a Forgotten
Mirror Site that has the only step-by-step guide for a GIMP text effect
that I can find anywhere (besides mine of
- There is a GIMP mailing list. This is apparently a secret :).
Actually, I suspect I don't read the Linux newsgroups enough to have caught
the post announcing this, recently. At any rate, to subscribe, you need to
firstname.lastname@example.org with the one-line message subscribe
gimp-list. This mailing list is also archived at Jason Garman's hypermail
site. This was recently added, so not all traffic is here, but it's
still great to check on if you don't have the time or mailbox space for the
actual mailing list.