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This GIMP (GNU) tutorial demonstrates how to create a bovine background.

You can quickly Undo a step at any time by pressing Ctrl then Z. Alternatively, click a previous Undo History snapshot - Windows then Dockable Dialogues then click Undo History. In addition, to Zoom in (or Zoom out) of your image; from the top menu, choose View then select a Zoom Tool from the subsequent drop-down list.

Note
Ensure the Layers and the Undo History Palettes are visible, and then drag them into position over your workspace - (Windows then Dockable Dialogues - then click Layers and Undo History).

Launch GIMP & Organise Its Workspace & Palettes

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Create a New Image, and set the following Width and Height and Fill with attributes. Alternatively, select Width and Height dimensions of your choice.

Note
If you are not printing your work, set a Resolution of 72.000 Pixels. If you are printing your work, a resolution of 300.000 Pixels will be better.





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Now, right-click the Background Layer - and from the subsequent drop-down list click Add Alpha Channel.
                      


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Then from the top menu, choose Filters then choose Alpha To Logo and then choose Bovine. And from the subsequent Script-Fu Bovine dialogue box, enter settings of your choice, and then click OK.


 




Note
This filter will apply cow patterns to your image. The edges are not anti-aliased, so a little bit of smoothing often makes them look better (for example, apply the Gaussian Blur Filter with Radius 1.0 - top menu, then Filters then Blur then Gaussian Blur).

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To finish, from the top menu, choose Image and then choose Flatten Image.



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Congratulations, your Bovine Texture is complete,
and it is ready to Optimise and Save.

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