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Monochrome Lava Spots
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Written Using GIMP (GNU) 2.8, & Windows 7 Home Premium

Monochrome Lava Spots

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This GIMP (GNU) tutorial demonstrates how to create a monochrome lava spots background.

Notes
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.

Launch GIMP & Organise Its Workspace & Palettes

1/
Create a New Image, and set the following settings, then click OK. (Ctrl then N).







2/
Now, from the top menu, choose Filters then choose Render and then choose Clouds and then choose Difference Clouds



And from the subsequent Solid Noise dialogue box, enter the following X size and Y size settings, and then click OK.





3/
Now, from the top menu, choose Colours and then choose Levels



And from the subsequent Levels dialogue box, (one at a time), grab and position the Black Point Triangle, the Grey Point Triangle, and the White Point Triangle to the following positions, and then click OK - as illustrated below.

(Alternatively, you can clear and simply type in the numerical values highlighted in red below).



Note
For personal results, it’s important to play with the Input Levels settings.





4/
Congratulations, your Lava Spots Conversion is complete,
and it is ready to save - top menu, then File then Save As. GIMP 2.8 - File then Export.

Monochrome Lava Spots


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