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Auto Hatch Layers

Jun. 01, 2015

To manually hatch each color use Hatch Selection Layer script .

This script calls that same code but installing Hatch Selection Layer isn’t required. As this script is a stand-alone script now.

This script will reduce your image down to number of colors specified. and calls Hatch Selection Layer script to hatch each color.

This script calculates the color needed to hatch over black.  Or you can choose to break down into color components in which the script will calculate the highest R, G, or B value to determine how to break into a 2 color component so that the hatch pattern is not a single color over black but a 2 color pattern.

The script lets your choose to hatch between Lines/Squares/Circles/Triangles/Zigzags/Fans/Rings/Hollow Squares/All pattern (“All” will alternate through lines, squares, circles, triangles, zigzags,fans,rings and hollow squares).

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AutoHatchLayers
AutoHatchLayers
AutoHatchLayers.scm
Version: 12
Author: Tin Tran
23.2 KiB
1122 Downloads
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9 comments

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  2. Tin Tran says:
    June 1, 2015 at 11:54 am - Reply

    updated it to say …

  3. Prodigal says:
    June 4, 2015 at 1:07 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the scripts. I find them useful from time to time.

  4. This one’s a fantastic gem folks. One of the best Scripts that I’ve used in a heck of a long time. Get it; it will make your day. So long Lichtenstein; you’ve been replaced with something much better. 🙂

  5. Which folder do I put Auto Hatch Layers in to make it work? I’m running Gimp 2.8.10 and put this in my plugins folder (In Puppy Linux) but I’m not seeing it under Script-Fu when I start the Gimp.

    • Tin Tran says:
      July 20, 2015 at 1:52 pm - Reply

      put it under your gimp’s /Scripts/ folder it’s not a plug-in it’s a scheme .scm script so it has to go inside the Scripts folder.

  6. OK, Thank you! I found where it needed to go.

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