GimpShop Review Part II

Yesterday we were talking about GimpShop and comparing it to Photoshop in a usability and functionality aspect. I showed you how to make a logo the “wrong” way and as promised I will now show you how to make it the “right” way.

To be honest, there are many different methods to accomplish the same end result in most photo editing programs. As I explained about drop shadows being the same item that was offset with a blur filter and a touch of transparency, these are two different methods (drop shadow script and manually editing) to accomplish the same thing. I’m sure some of the more experience Photoshop users out there will agree with this point.

In this part we will look at the basics of layers and filters in GimpShop and get half way to finishing the logo I promised…

For the complete Part II of this review click here!

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