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11.2.  Apply Canvas

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Revision $Revision: 1.16 $ 2006-10-19 j.h

11.2.1.  Overview

Figure 11.128.  The same image, before and after applying “Apply Canvas ” filter

The same image, before and after applying Apply Canvas filter
The same image, before and after applying Apply Canvas filter

You can find this filter in Filters->Artistic->Apply Canvas....

This filter applies a canvas-like effect to the current layer or selection. It textures the image as if it were an artist's canvas.

11.2.2.  Options

Figure 11.129.  Apply Canvas” options

Apply Canvas options
Preview

Your changes are displayed in this preview before being applied to your image.

Direction

Direction sets the starting direction of the canvas render. You can also consider that this option gives you the position of the light source which lightens the canvas.

Depth

The Depth slider controls the apparent depth of the rendered canvas effect from 1 (very flat) to 50 (very deep).


 
 
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