So every time I do a longish post–usually in response to an ask–I lose about three or four followers. Which is fine, do what you want. ( I made a pun the other day and like six people jumped ship. woops.) But I assume it’s because you guys don’t care for the wall of text post cluttering up your dash. That or I’m just not funny. So if it bugs you, instead of unfollowing just block the tag
and from here on out anything longer than a few sentences should have that tag. If that’s a tag that’s already in use by somebody else for something else, please let me know and I’ll pick something else.
Sometimes it may take a minute or two after I make a post to add the tags to it–tumblr doesn’t always let me put tags on asks when I answer them, but usually I go edit them on. Hopefully, though, this will help you non-storytime people tolerate the nonsense a little more.
hey guys, so it’s taken me a while to come to this point, but i’m making this post because i really need help. i’m barely scraping by to make ends meet right now and my bank account has been overdrawn for like 2 months. i’ve also missed several months rent payments due to lack of job/funds and while i’m on the right track now, i still really need help or i may not be able to stay in my apartment/buy food/etc.
if you guys can help at ALL, i added a donate button to my blog or you could donate straight to my paypal which is email@example.com. you can also donate to my venmo which is kidcore! if you donate, please lemme know so i can personally thank you. i also do writing/edits/themes though theyre not formally commissions or anything.
if you can’t donate, please boost this because it’d mean the world to me!
Tutorial: How to mass edit screenshots with a PS Action
I got an ask recently asking how I edit my screenshots, and though sadly the action I use is no longer available to download, I thought I could still show you guys an easy way to edit large amounts of screenshots using a Photoshop Action.
Firstly make sure all the screenshots you want to edit are in a separate folder. I recommend doing a batch of about 20-30 at a time, otherwise Photoshop tends to lag out and crash.
Open Photoshop and go into File:Automate:Batch
Select the action you want to use and the folder containing the photos you wish to edit
Make sure the two boxes shown are ticked and then just select ‘Ok’.
Photoshop should then begin cycling through the photos and applying the action you’ve selected. Since the action I use is no longer available for download I can’t link you to it, but here are some actions that I recommend.