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nff-themes:

Hey guys! This mini tutorial concerns transparent images and how to install them. Follow the instructions below and pay attention to my notes for the best results:
CSS: 
Place the following code beneath <style type=”text/css”>

.transparent {
 right: 15px; /* increase value to move image left/decrease value to move image right */
bottom: 0px; /* increase value to move image up/decrease value to move image down */
width: 320px; /* increase value to make image larger/decrease value to make image smaller */
height: auto;
position: fixed;
z-index: 99999;
}

.transparent img {
width: 100%;
}

note: If you want the image to be on the left side of your page, change ”right” to “left”. If you want the image to be at the top of the page rather than the bottom, then replace “bottom” with “top”. I’ve also written out instructions within the code explaining how to adjust your image’s size and margins.

HTML:
Place the following code directly beneath <body>


<div class=”transparent”><img src=”REPLACE-THIS-TEXT-WITH-IMAGE-URL"></div>
note: Make sure that you do not remove the quotations that surround your image url. If an element within your theme shares the div/tag name “transparent”, this tutorial will not work. An easy solution for this is to rename the element. For example, simply add a “1” to the end: “transparent1”, and you should be fine.
bonus: If you want this image to be a link, put this under <body> instead of the previous HTML code:

<a href=”LINK URL"><div class="transparent"><img src="REPLACE-THIS-TEXT-WITH-IMAGE-URL"></div</a>

note: if you want to reveal a title for when you hover over it, place this directly after “LINK URL” :

title=”THIS IS THE TITLE OF THE LINK”

Thank you for reading and message me if you run into any problems. Source of the image in the tutorial header: x . Have an awesome day!

nff-themes:

Hey guys! This mini tutorial concerns transparent images and how to install them. Follow the instructions below and pay attention to my notes for the best results:

CSS: 

  • Place the following code beneath <style type=”text/css”>

.transparent {

 right: 15px; /* increase value to move image left/decrease value to move image right */

bottom: 0px; /* increase value to move image up/decrease value to move image down */

width: 320px; /* increase value to make image larger/decrease value to make image smaller */

height: auto;

position: fixed;

z-index: 99999;

}

.transparent img {

width: 100%;

}

note: If you want the image to be on the left side of your page, change ”right” to “left”. If you want the image to be at the top of the page rather than the bottom, then replace “bottom” with “top”. I’ve also written out instructions within the code explaining how to adjust your image’s size and margins.

HTML:

  • Place the following code directly beneath <body>

<div class=”transparent”><img src=”
REPLACE-THIS-TEXT-WITH-IMAGE-URL"></div>

note: Make sure that you do not remove the quotations that surround your image url. If an element within your theme shares the div/tag name “transparent”, this tutorial will not work. An easy solution for this is to rename the element. For example, simply add a “1” to the end: “transparent1”, and you should be fine.

bonus: If you want this image to be a link, put this under <body> instead of the previous HTML code:

<a href=”LINK URL"><div class="transparent"><img src="REPLACE-THIS-TEXT-WITH-IMAGE-URL"></div</a>

note: if you want to reveal a title for when you hover over it, place this directly after “LINK URL” :

title=”THIS IS THE TITLE OF THE LINK

Thank you for reading and message me if you run into any problems. Source of the image in the tutorial header: x . Have an awesome day!

bug58:

i made a v little redux edit 
[ code / live preview (temporary) ]

options: 400/500px post; maximized bg; header; floaties; show tags; img links; avatar; search bar; shadows; ask and submit; pages
customizable: sidebar/post container opacity; font and font size; background; permalink img; header img; img links; sidebar position

kelpls:

YEAH lots of people asked about bodies and poses SO
UMM THERE”S not much i can cover on full bodies idk every cahracter is different so there are noEAXCT proportions for anythign REALLY 

IF YOU”RE NOT SURE WHAT POSE TO DO jsut draw a random gesture line that fits the direction of movement and sometimes u end up with really ENERGETIC POSES!! I DUNNO THIS METHOD MIGHT NOT BE FOR EVEYRONE SOBS i dont reallly know 

winking:

I was going through my pictures earlier today when I realized I have a lot of backgrounds, so I decided to make a masterpost!! 
(None of these pictures are mine and I take no credit for them, these are just some I have collected)
I put them into categories to make it easier for you:
Nature/scenery backgrounds
Pixel backgrounds
Sky backgrounds
Tile/repeat backgrounds
Gradient backgrounds
Floral backgrounds
I’ll be adding to these pages as I find more~
I worked hard on this so it’d help a lot if you liked/reblogged this post :)
Hope it helps!

winking:

I was going through my pictures earlier today when I realized I have a lot of backgrounds, so I decided to make a masterpost!! 

(None of these pictures are mine and I take no credit for them, these are just some I have collected)

I put them into categories to make it easier for you:

I’ll be adding to these pages as I find more~

I worked hard on this so it’d help a lot if you liked/reblogged this post :)

Hope it helps!

suspicious-sweets:

some flowers for your blog (ᅌᴗᅌ* )

suspicious-sweets:

some flowers for your blog (ᅌᴗᅌ* )

lizzymodblog:

wheatley-blogs:

nightmargin:

something I accidentally discovered today! (I’d imagine a lot of color theory stuff was involved with computer fonts that makes them readable and not all pixelated)

hOLY FFFFFFFFFFFFFUCK

Neato.

circlejourney:

I made a bunch of Paint Tool SAI brushes :&gt;
downloadinstallation instructions
Feather brush creates a realistic feather look; with the right brush thickness, every stroke will look like a feather.
Scratched brush has a slightly grungy look.
I’m a big fan of this one. Crosshatch brush creates a nice rough pastel-on-paper look.
Cloud brush was made from actual clouds I photographed during my vacation. Use it knowing it is an exquisite imported good.
Desert brush has a gritty/sandy texture.
I recommend using them on the Acrylic preset on SAI.

right there

circlejourney:

I made a bunch of Paint Tool SAI brushes :>

download
installation instructions

  1. Feather brush creates a realistic feather look; with the right brush thickness, every stroke will look like a feather.
  2. Scratched brush has a slightly grungy look.
  3. I’m a big fan of this one. Crosshatch brush creates a nice rough pastel-on-paper look.
  4. Cloud brush was made from actual clouds I photographed during my vacation. Use it knowing it is an exquisite imported good.
  5. Desert brush has a gritty/sandy texture.

I recommend using them on the Acrylic preset on SAI.

image

right there

transapostate:

▽ CLEAN ROOM REDUX EDIT ▽ 

second redux edit can i get a hell yeah!! i pulled this out of my ass in like two days so feel free to bug me with any questions/comments/’u fucked up so bad the entire theme just broke on me’

live preview (temporary) | static previews 1 and 2 | code

  • 400px and 500px posts - check only one
  • transparent sidebar/posts/footer/tooltips - you can control the opacity of the sidebar and posts if you check the appropriate options
  • colors: bg / posts / sidebar / borders / links / footer links / link hover / tooltip bg / scrollbar + bg / chat / blockquote / text, bold, italic
  • font sizes: 10px to 15px
  • rounded corners, optional tags, 4 extra links, max bg option, and an optional side image

extra note: this theme was inspired in part by tukut! ((thank u for being so nice!))

transparent-anime:

Transparent Kenma in color and black and white because why not (´ω`★)