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Introduction to Layers in Gimp

  • Category: Gimp
  • Published: Monday, 05 June 2017 15:18
  • Written by Super User
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Foreground and background colours are controlled from the last entry of the Toobox. Arrows allow the two colours to be swapped about and double clicking either colour leads to a colour selection dialogue.

 

The new image has one layer by and its default foreground and background colours are white and black. Click on the black backgound square and a colour dialogue will be displayed. Choose something less sombre than black (red perhaps) and use the Select tool to Select All (of that layer). Choose the Bucket tool from the Toolbox. Move the Bucket Tool onto the image and click to change the background colour to red.

 

The key points of the slide are that the Toolbox is accessible from the the Windows menu. Dockable dialogues such as the layer control are available  under Windows>Dockable dialogues.

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