https://feoletech.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/gimplogo.png 2000 2000 Brendon Feole https://feoletech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/logo-300x300.png Brendon Feole2018-06-03 12:10:422018-06-03 12:29:58Converting all of a color to transparency
- Open the original image in gimp
- In the toolbox (if you can’t find this window press ctrl + b or open it via the ‘windows’ menu option at the top of gimp) click on ‘Select by Color Tool’ or press ‘Shift + o’ on the keyboard
- Click anywhere on the black color
- Press the delete button on your keyboard
- In the menu click on ‘Select -> None’ or press ctrl + shift + a on the keyboard.
- To now make all of the remaining image a single color, click on ‘Colors’ in the menu, and then choose ‘Colorize…’
- Adjust colors to your preference. Here I took the lightness bar and brought it all the way down.
- After you make it all the way light or all the way dark, click ok.
- Now all further colorize changes will all make it a uniform color (all blue, orange, green, etc. rather than some white and some blue, some white and some orange…)
- File > Export As…
- Make a new name for your new file and click the export button to save the new file