Today I made another Gimp script. It went much, much more smoothly. I wonder if I'm starting to get the hang of this 😅
Anyway, in case they're useful, they available as gists on GitHub:
The first takes an image (like image 1; assumes white background) and applies a flag/pattern (like image 2) to end with image 3. The second script takes a flag from the Mutant-standard set (like image 4) and turns it into a square (like image 2).
This is everyone (and me at the end) seeing that it's snowing in Oslo: https://mastodon.social/media/g78uzp1dfMkdUOrKwU8
I took this picture a couple of years ago but I decided to put it as my wallpaper yesterday. Now I cannot stop thinking about skiing the whole day 😕 Just look at that *gorgeous* pattern on the snow!
I went skiing today and it started drizzling... and you could see a rainbow! https://mastodon.social/media/eNal2bTkU0ANWoY-uO0
Programmer (esp. into functional languages), amateur drummer and songwriter.
See firstname.lastname@example.org for storytelling and story games.
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