I have blogged about Guillotine for easy slicing for your web templates. Others may also use the Slice script. I also googled for other options to save sliced images for our templates. I’ve found a “slice-save” script (by Arun Ravindran) and the “save for web” script almost similar to what can be found on Photoshop’s.
Creating slices in GIMP, Photoshop or any software especially for web is a very tiring process. I’m sure most of you experiences this feeling. The never ending process of creating layouts of your design, flattening the image, setting your guidelines, executing the slicing script, encoding your html, previewing in a browser ( and dang, it doesn’t look good), going back to your design, unflattening or undoing your steps, making necessary changes, flattening the image (again!!), setting guidelines and so on and so on. Continue reading Slicing made Easy!!
If you are new to GIMP, then let me introduce it you.
Slicing is very easy on Photoshop. So how about us, GIMP-users?
Well, we can use the “Slice” filter (Filters > Web > Slice) and the Guillotine to slice our images. Both techniques slice up the images along its horizontal and vertical guides. Thus, there must be guides present in order for these techniques to work. Continue reading Guillotine: The GIMP way to slice images