How to use PSDs with Templates
Here’s a question we get asked frequently! When making a fake template you paste two images or gifs together, add your colouring and save. But then you upload it and notice something:
You’re colouring is completely visible, ruining the illusion! This tutorial is on how to fix this.
[TUTORIAL] How to make and use your own templates
A tutorial on how to use templates has been wildly requested by people (゜▽゜;) So I thought I’d take it a step further and teach both how to make your own templates as well as how they are used. The template will depend on the kind of photoset layout you plan to use. For this tutorial, I’ll be using the shape below (and showing how to make this shape).
All templates in this tutorial are made by me, and I won’t be releasing my templates for use just yet. I will at some point, and you’ll be able to find those on my resources page. I’ll be posting a variety of templates soon.
Click ‘read more’ below for the tutorial. If you only want to know how to use a template, but not make one, you’ll need to skip down a little. This tutorial requires knowledge of how to make a gif using a psd.
Tutorial: unusual template ideas
Inspired by this post I found yesterday and based on a few questions we have received on how to make unusual templates (like this one) I’m making this tutorial to give everyone some ideas on how to change the typical dimensions we always use, especially for gifs.
How to make something like this: (proceed to the original post)