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. Let me know whether or not you'd like to see regular GIMP tutorials on this channel by leaving a like or a dislike and/or a comment.
Woman image: https://pixabay.com/en/model-fashion-girl-female-glamour-600222/
Cracks image: https://pixabay.com/en/texture-cracks-structure-background-1395982/
This tutorial is for GIMP version 2.8.1 and is intended to teach beginners how to use the software. GIMP is a great free alternative to Adobe Photoshop.
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Intro song: "In Da Mood" by Combustibles, used with written permission