Perspective Clone Tool

How to use perspective clone tool in GIMP?


* Perspective clone tool helps to copy as per your likings.
* This tool, after enabling the perspective transformation, copies the source of an image.
* There is no shortcut assigned for this tool.
How to Launch:
- Open Gimp.
- Launch a new image file.
- Now pick Perspective Clone Tool from the toolbox.
GIMP Perspective Clone
Tool options:
Perspective Clone Tool
Modify perspective - This mode is used to copy the layers, paths and selected portions of an image.
Perspective clone - This mode is used to clone/copy the image.
Mode - This option lists 23 paint application tools that enables the user to apply more aspects to the Perspective clone tool.
Opacity - This option decides the transparency level when the pointer is used.
Brush - This option decides the type of pointers to clone an image.
Scale - This option allows you to alter the size of the pointer of the tool.
Brush Dynamics - The Pressure, Velocity and Random features are combined with Opacity, Hardness, Size to apply the features to the pointer of the perspective clone tool.
Fade Out - This option makes the airbrush to give a paler effect to the paint that has been applied on the image i.e. the color painted turns fader.
Apply Jitter - This option is used spread the variety of colors on the image which makes the image look catchy.
Hard Edge - This option delivers thick colors when it is applied and particularly produces darker color effects when it is applied severely.
Source - This option offers two additional options Image and Pattern. Either the pixels in the image can be copied or the Pattern can be applied on the image.
Alignment - This option fixes the position of brush and its source position. It provides three alignment options namely Aligned, Registered and Fixed. You can also select the "None" option to deselect the alignment option.
How to Use:
- First press Ctrl button to start the selection.
- Now drag the cursor over the required portions on the image, which you like to clone.

- Note that you must press Ctrl button until the selection is over. Then leave the cursor on the dragged portion of the image.
- Now leave the ctrl button and click the left mouse button and drag to the empty place of the file.
- A Pointer arises on the original portion of the image where you have cloned and placed the cursor.
- The "Pointer" which is located at cloned section will move on when you move the mouse. Simultaneously the cloned section is reproduced.
- Just drag the "Pointer" on the cloned portion of the image. Then automatically the "Cursor" will reproduce the image.
- Now the whole image has been cloned. (View the below image)

- Finally, click "File -> Save" to "Save" the file.

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