Ghost Gifs Tutorial

pscs5:

madamevastras:

Example.
How to make a simple gif.

For gifs like this, it’s really important to pick the right scene. As you can see, the camera is still in every gif (except the bottom left) and people are relatively still too.
I’m going to start with this gif:
image

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Redirect your old tumblr links to your new tumblr

oddhour:

I just did this for myself, and a quick Google search told me that apparently no one knows how to do this properly :P so maybe this will help someone. It’s possible to redirect all your links from your old tumblr link to your new tumblr link (assuming you saved your old URL). This isn’t just redirecting to your new tumblr’s homepage.

This is like if you were linked to:
http://oddhouredproductivity.tumblr.com/tagged/tips

and the URL automatically changes to:
http://oddhour.tumblr.com/tagged/tips

(try it!) If you’ve ever tried to find a post off someone’s old url, you know how annoying it can be to track down the post in the new url.

How to use: Just add this script either before your end body tag (</body>) or in the head section (<head></head>) of the tumblr where you saved your old URL. Change oddhour.tumblr.com to whatever your new URL is.


<script>
  //redirect to new blog
  var path = window.location.pathname;
  window.location.replace('http://oddhour.tumblr.com' + path);
</script>

thejacketslut:






Futuristic Animation PSDs Packby thejacketslut
contains 11 monochromatic and 8 colorful editable animation PSDs
like the post if you download ´ ▽ ` )ノ
credit isn’t necessary but very much appreciated
TUTORIAL on how to use the PSDs on images and gifs under read more

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thejacketslut:

Futuristic Animation PSDs Pack
by thejacketslut

  • contains 11 monochromatic and 8 colorful editable animation PSDs
  • like the post if you download ´ ▽ ` )ノ
  • credit isn’t necessary but very much appreciated
  • TUTORIAL on how to use the PSDs on images and gifs under read more

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twitching font tutorial

pscs5:

savedbycastiel:

I was asked if I could make a tutorial on how I made the font effect in this gifset

image

  • I use Photoshop cs6 extended
  • English isn’t my native language, sorry if there’s any mistake
  • If this was any helpful a like/reblog would be really cool

It’s actually super simple so let’s just begin (◕‿◕✿)

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truebluemeandyou:

DIY 12 Free Fonts and Dingbats for a Hand Drawn Look Roundup from Uber Chic for Cheap here. I especially like the free dingbats - #4 Cornucopia of Dingbats Three is really good. For more unique fonts that I’ve posted (monograms, unicorns, famous movie and character fonts, dingbats etc…) go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/fonts

truebluemeandyou:

DIY 12 Free Fonts and Dingbats for a Hand Drawn Look Roundup from Uber Chic for Cheap here. I especially like the free dingbats - #4 Cornucopia of Dingbats Three is really good. For more unique fonts that I’ve posted (monograms, unicorns, famous movie and character fonts, dingbats etc…) go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/fonts


17 textures; 6 colourful ones and 11 grunge textures.these are all handmade textures made by me. you’re free to use them as you like, but do not claim them as yours or use them in your own texture pack.download deviantart&#160;; box.

17 textures; 6 colourful ones and 11 grunge textures.

these are all handmade textures made by me. you’re free to use them as you like, but do not claim them as yours or use them in your own texture pack.

download deviantart ; box.

amerrygathering:




 Middle Earth inspired Fonts (x)



Party Business | Hobbiton | Durin | Bilbo’s Hand | Elven Speech | Aniron 

amerrygathering:

Middle Earth inspired Fonts (x)

Party Business | Hobbiton | Durin | Bilbo’s Hand | Elven Speech | Aniron 

How to upload sidebar images over 1MB

kurtsies:

(And a little html lesson)

Ever since the image upload limit on the customize page was lowered from 5mb down to 1mb I’ve been getting a lot of questions about how to get around that.

Let me tell you a little bit about how this part of your html works:
On most themes, in the html, at the top, directly under <head> are lines of meta names such as (for example) <meta name=”image:sidebar” content=” ” />. These meta names are directly connected to what you find under “appearance”.

(For example)
image

The next part you need to look at is the <body> of the html, below that you will find that the page elements get split up in div ids, which are really just containers to separate parts of your blog from each other, such as (for example): <div id=”container”><div id=”sidebar”><div id=”description”>, <div id=”links”>.

The one we need here is the one that represents the sidebar image, which will be something like, <div class=”sidimage”> or <div class=”simg”> or <div class=”sidebarimg”>, whatever the coder of your theme decided to put there, it should indicate that we’re talking about the image that’s on your sidebar.

(Good to know: The difference between “div class” and “div id” is that div class is generally being used for things that might appear multiple times in your html, like if you have multiple sidebar images. As opposed to div id which is generally used in cases where there’s really only one of something, when you want to refer to one specific element, like a single sidebar on a blog, or a single header on a blog.)

What we’re looking for right there is <img src=”{image:sidebar}”>, or like I said before, whatever the coder put there in reference to your sidebar.

(This, in its turn, is what’s directly connected to <meta name=”image:sidebar” content=” ” />, the first thing we discussed.)

This is where, through all those layers, the image ends up. The difference between the cute little upload button you used before, and now, is that we’re working from inside the html, we’re not making the customize page upload the image for us, we’re gonna do that ourselves.

What you can do here is use an image hosting site like Photobucket or whatever you’re comfortable with or used to, but I’m gonna explain it using one of Tumblr’s little developer spots on the site, the static upload page.

The file size limit is 5mb here, like it used to be on the customize page.

This is where you upload your image you want on your sidebar, when you do so and the upload finishes, Tumblr is gonna give you a link for your static file.
image

This link functions as your image source. Which conveniently is exactly what we need in <img src=”{image:sidebar}”>, so instead of connecting this part of your html to the meta names and the cute little upload button and make it go down those layers of html we just went through, we’re gonna connect it straight to the image source we want, which is the image you just uploaded.

What you want to do is replace {image:sidebar} (so everything between the quotation marks) with your static file link.

Updating the preview of your theme should now show your new sidebar image.

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