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EnviroMap

Aug. 30, 2013 Email This Post Email This Post

Enviromap V1.5.1 script assists in the rendering of environment maps suitable for use with GIMP’s Lighting Effect plug-in and other applications. It is based on the article described here. The script uses a random seed, along with multiple user defined parameters, to generate endless variations of several types of environment maps, including spherical maps for use with the ML Bevel Reflect plug-in.

Menu Location: Filters/Render/Environment Map..

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emap-sample

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sph-map-goldsph-map-purp

Ctrl-F will regenerate the map using a different random seed. By default, GIMP’s “Golden” gradient is used. However, you can choose any appropriate gradient to generate an environment map. The script supports the smooth topographical style map, as referenced earlier, as well as a cloud based map. You can select a Gradient or choose to use GIMP’s Active Gradient. You can blend the specified gradient back into either style map to create some unique, interesting and useful environment maps. User selects blend mode, shape and direction of gradients.

In addition, it’s useful to apply GIMP’s color setting to shift the hue or saturation/lightness on the rendered map to get the desired results for mapping. The script now supports spherical maps and mapping to other objects via GIMP’s map to object plug-in.

Please visit the Support thread on GIMP Chat for more details and examples of how to use this script.

Enviromap
Enviromap
enviromap.scm
Version: 1.5.1
Author: GnuTux
13.3 KiB
1266 Downloads
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5 comments

  1. Lisa Wojcik says:
    December 18, 2013 at 10:39 am - Reply

    Thank You!

  2. Nicely done Tux! This is a great addition to the GIMP arsenal of effects. :)

    Thanks!

  3. Thank you so much, your scripts are great.

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