Disintegration Effect with GIMP

Disintegration Effect with GIMP 850 500 Nick Saporito

I’ve decided to start creating GIMP tutorials in addition to my Inkscape content. If you don’t know what GIMP is, think of it as a free alternative to Photoshop. Both GIMP and Inkscape go hand-in-hand since they’re both Open Source and serve different design needs. If you don’t know how to use GIMP, I think learning it will benefit you greatly.

I think this can add a new dimension to my channel and make my content more valuable, but I’ll see what kind of reaction this tutorial gets before I decide for sure to keep creating content for GIMP. Let me know what you think with a comment or a Like/Dislike.

Woman image: https://pixabay.com/en/model-fashion-girl-female-glamour-600222/

Cracks image: https://pixabay.com/en/texture-cracks-structure-background-1395982/

Inkscape dark theme: http://logosbynick.com/how-to-make-inkscape-go-dark/

Logo Design Course

Curious about the creative process that inspires me to come up with design ideas and how I go about executing them? Be sure to check out my logo design course for a look behind the scenes at my systematic approach to coming up with design ideas.

Nick Saporito

Designer, content creator, and the founder of LogosByNick.com — an educational media platform for learning about graphic design.

All stories by: Nick Saporito
1 comment
  • Cloud

    hay nick thanx for the work you’re doing it is nace to find artist like you helping the opensoure community keep it up
    ps : if you are using gimp try G’MIC it is filter pack you ca install it by typing “sudo apt-get install gimp-gmic” i think( i dont use debian anymore) you can find it in the bottom of the filter tab


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.