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Hexagonized Halftone Script for GIMP

Post#1 by tim » 27 Feb 2017, 23:20

WARNING: This script is extremely slow when using small hexagon radius. (for example: on a 640x640 image, running at hexagon radius of 4 took about 20 minutes to render on my computer).
This script also requires Sample Average Colour Script
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Zipped .py file (unzip and put in your GIMP's /plug-ins/ folder)
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hexagonized_halftone (2).zip #
Doesn't depend on dependent script and took out debug messages
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Script Menu Location: Python-Fu > Hexagonized Halftone...

1. Have a Desaturated RGB image (if it's color you'll have to go to Colors > Desaturate) Because script will only at the first value of RGB which is the Red value. So it expects a desaturated image on a single layer.
2. Make sure layer is visible, Start Script.
3. Enter hexagon radius. Then OK. Let it run.
4. If you entered a small radius, go do something else and come back later.
5. When script is finished you'll have a layer below the top layer named "hexagonized halftone".
6. Hide your top layer to reveal the outcome below.

Sample outputs.
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