Can I use GIMP to create a logo?

While Gimp can’t hold a candle to such iconic editors as Photoshop or Corel, it boasts a wide set of tools to create and edit images, logos, and other graphic content. If you need a certain function, you can easily add it to the source code, making Gimp even more powerful!

How do you make cool logos in GIMP?

How to Create a Logo in GIMP (Text Version)

  1. Step 1: Create a New Document/Image.
  2. Step 3: Blend Your Background Using the Blend Tool (Gradient Tool)
  3. Step 4: Add Your Text.
  4. Step 5: Style Your Text (Bucket Fill Tool and Cubism Filter)
  5. Step 6: Add a Drop Shadow to Your Text.
  6. Step 8: Save and/or Export Your Composition.

How do I get rid of unwanted images in GIMP?

An easy method is to use the Magic Wand selection l.

  1. Firstly, right click on the layer you are working on and add an alpha channel if there is not already one.
  2. Now switch to the Magic Wand tool.
  3. Select all the parts that you want to erase by simply clicking in the area.
  4. Press Delete.

How do I make a circle a logo in GIMP?

To create a circle in Gimp, hold down the [Shift] and [Alt] keys as you drag the mouse, and you’ll see that it creates an actual circle.

Why can’t I delete in GIMP?

Select the “Select” menu at the top of the current image in GIMP. Then, click on “None” in the menu that pops up, if that option is not grayed out. This should remove the selection. If it doesn’t, or if the “None” option is grayed out, proceed to the other steps below.

How do I circle a picture?

Open your image in Photoshop. Convert your background image into an editable layer by double-clicking your Background in the Layers panel, or choose Layer › New › Layer from Background. Select the Elliptical Marquee tool and draw a perfect circle by holding the shift key and dragging your shape into place.

How do I make a picture into a circle shape?

Making a circle-shaped image

  1. First, make sure that your layer has an “alpha channel”.
  2. Create a circular selection with the “Ellipse select tool” (the 2nd one in the toolbox).
  3. If the selection isn’t perfect on the first try, you can move it (click around the middle) or extend it (click inside, near a border or a corner).