Rather than using the regular procedure browser to look up the documentation for a procedure, you can use this help() replacement. Here is a sample of the output for the plug-in-tile procedure:
plug_in_tile(image, drawable, new_width,
new_height, new_image, run_mode=RUN_INTERACTIVE)
This style is usually widely used as a style of pop art artist, perhaps a bit we added highlights with contrasting colors will produce dramatic works of pop art. For more details see here. http://youtu.be/wBKRxv_4YA0
From the same 'meetthegimp' thread as the previous poster, patdavid, but my version is sufficiently different to merit a post of its own, I think.
Should work in Linux and Windows and have a few more options so had to rework the dialog to barely fit on my Windows portable!
This Script-Fu script automatically generates all the required and recommend app icons with the proper names and resolutions for the various iOS devices from a single source image.
For each app icon: the source image* is duplicated, then the duplicated image is scaled, then the scaled duplicate image is exported to a .png file, and finally the scaled duplicate image is deleted. The resulting .png files have the proper names and resolutions for iOS app icons for iPad and iPhone/iPod touch for both normal and retina displays.
The initial idea of making this plugin, because my desire creates the brush strokes of oil paint style that resembled the actual painting. Manually inspired extra brushes and pens from gimpainter, there we can arrange the use of the brush patches digimpainter, seemed to conventional painting. Because we can adjust the brush pressure, brush types, we like mixing oil paint on our canvas. Examples of the use of the brush you can see in http://gimpmodify.blogspot.com/2012/03/mixbrush.html