How to lose weight in seconds in GIMP

If you are fat or obese and you don’t want to look that way in your photos, well, why not fix them? If more than 90% of celebrities have their photos edited before they are published, then you may do it as well! Amaze your friends how you did it without doing any tedious workouts!

Here’s how it works…

1. Choose your photo to be edited. If you have one in bathing suit, that’s preferable to unveil your sexiness. 🙂

2. Open GIMP, go to File menu and Open your chosen photo.

3. With your photo now on the screen ready for editing, go to Filters menu>Distorts>IWarp… The IWarp dialog box then appears. This is where you will do the work – on that photo you have selected to be edited.

4. So how does it work? Right-click your mouse and push it inward or outward right on the edge of the area to be edited. Don’t push it too hard. You can repeat the process until contented with the results by going to Filters>Repeat IWarp…
The circled areas below are the main sections to be edited.

5. If satisfied with your work, go to Image menu>Flatten Image, then File menu>Save.

Here’s the final, edited photo…

So how’d you like it? Please post your comment…

10 responses to “How to lose weight in seconds in GIMP

  1. I once tried something like this before, so I can tell you this is no good.
    At first glance it looks quite good, but probably most people will notice, that the background is distorted around the areas you’ve modified – and if they notice the manipulation, your work was for nothing.
    So you maybe have to do it on a second layer, mask out the distorted areas and do a little retouch work, or something like that. Having a photo of the BG only from the same angle would help a lot too.

    • Ya, that’s right. Thanks for the comment. More realistic to preserve the background is to make a layer mask on the subject to be manipulated then paste it back to the original background. For beginners, the subject can be extracted via the Path or Free Select tool, IWarp it, do some extra smoothening, then paste it back to the background.

  2. Wow! I really like this, I already knows how to use GIMPS, but what I want to know is how did you do it? I mean, how you lost the extra fat. You really look so sexier than when you were fat. I wrote about how I did mine in my blog: how to really lose weight fast ( I really hope to read how you did it, honestly this is awesome!

    Thanks for this post!

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    • Do i miss something in the tutorial? If you already know how to use GIMP, then you will probably know how to follow the steps stated above. It’s just the iWarp that get the job done. And it’s just a photo editing and manipulation…not in real life! 🙂

      By the way, I can’t access your website… My browser says, “the server is not found”. I’ll try again later, i might have a slow network at this moment.


    • plenty of tutorials out there using image editing programs like Photoshop and GIMP, but i’m proud i did it myself, in my own way.. tutorials here are for personal use and fun, if you call it that way.

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