font from dafont

“Peeking through the Crystal Ball.”

Image setting: Asar was playing with Faust at first, but then he sensed someone was watching him from the dark, so he turned his head and gave a smile to whomever was spying or trying to catch him. Then he started a spell to close the vision.


I wanted to draw an adult Asra like from the original art, but turns out I draw a younger Asar. 

I still like it tho. lol

the fonts are from Dafonts website.

anonymous asked:

Hey! Do you know how I can get custom fonts to work on my themes? Not Google Fonts, but ones from Dafont and whatnot. Everytime I've tried, they don't seem to work for my followers :/

Hello! Here’s what I do with my custom fonts. It might be a bit complicated but I’ll try to explain ti!

First, you can go to Font Squirrel’s online generator and upload your font, then it will generate files that are suitable for the web page. You can ignore the rest of the settings, but here’s the options I will suggest:

After the process is done, download your files and unzip the folder. Your files will probably look like this: (the highlighted ones are the ones we’re going to use later)

But first, let’s open the file “stylesheet.css”. If you don’t have Dreamweaver installed, it will probably be opened with Notepad. But either way, just copy the code and paste it to your theme under the <style type=“text/css”> tag

Ok so for some reasons, Tumblr’s theme asset function doesn’t really support web fonts. I’ve tried uploading fonts to Tumblr’s theme asset and even though the links can be generated, it just won’t work. Therefore if you have a dropbox account, I will suggest you to use it instead.

Upload all the highlighted files to your dropbox:

Click “share” on your files and create a share link for each of them

Now you replace all the file names with the links you copied, but remember to change “” to “” in your links and remove the “?dl=0″ at the end

And now if you wanna use this font, just put “font-family: ‘your font’s name’; ” in the element


I hope this can help you out :)


Kara here bringing you a guide that has taken me ages. Its basically a beginners guide to pretty much everything I know how to do coding wise. Because coding is so diverse, obviously there are thousands of different ways to do things, but this is just how I do them.


What’s a Base Code? How do I know which one to pick?
How do I change the credit? How do I make it cute?
What does Margin mean? How is that important?
Fonts, how do they work? How do I change them? Can I put effects on them?
Pagination? What’s that? Why is it doing that?
Adding images, removing them, and renaming them.
Hover 101.
The magic of colors.

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starry-ni-te  asked:

How do you edit your gifs (I mean adding text)? Thanks in advance

Hi :) thanks for asking,I hope I’ll explain it okay.

I do my edits with Photoshop CS6 Extended. Firstly,of course, you open Ps and click on this little text sign:

After that you just write whatever you want. My example is suitable to my blog heheh

and then go to Layer>Layer Style>Drop Shadow

I usually use the shadow option because if the background of the gif is white you can’t really see the text. And it looks cool ;))

once you click Drop Shadow a box will show up..  These are my settings:

I mostly use simple fonts because it makes my edit more natural and serious. Mostly Arial+Bold+Italic

But I recomment you to always experiment,try new and original fonts/edits/gifs.. People will love it:)

I download my fonts from DaFont –they’re great!

I really hope I helped.. Sorry for the late reply. If you need anything,well……I’d do anything for can always count on me. 

I love getting questions :D

never-e-n-d  asked:

Hey! Was just wondering, how do you make your posts? Software or something else? Love from a small time writer ❤

Hey! I use this program similar to photoshop, it’s called Gimp. And I download fonts from I am not a techie so I just keep it simple. And I am a small time writer too ❤❤

rakukajas  asked:

hi there! your edits are some of the most beautiful i've ever seen! can i ask how you do gradient-colored text and where you get your fonts? specifically, which fonts are in the dai advisors one, the fake ah crew one, and the ladies of disney one, if it's not too much trouble? thanks again, and have a nice day! <3

i tend to get my fonts from a mixture of dafont and font-squirrel! as for gradient text, it’s not so difficult, all you have to do is double click a text layer and select gradient overlay and then set it to whatever colours fit. 

i believe the fonts used were Montserrat for both fahc and disney. and High Tower Text for dai advisors

ALSO thank you for much for the love, and i hope you have a wonderful day!

Eight // (1 of 11) // Doctor Who Picspam // Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor

“Can you imagine silver leaves waving above a pool of liquid gold containing singing fish? Twin suns that circle and fall in a rainbow heaven, another world in another sky? If you’d like to come with me, I’ll show you all this - and it will be, I promise you, the dullest part of all. Come with me and you will see wonders that no Human has ever dreamt possible. Or stay behind and regret your staying until the day you die.” 

Recently finished watching Dodger’s playthrough of Hatoful Boyfriend and Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star. And this is pretty much what I was imagining the whole time for the main girl, aptly named Buttbag McButts.

Also I’m now full of pigeon feels but I mean…

I just wanted to play with styles a bit and see what happened. I downloaded the font from dafont.

Seven // (1 of 11) // Doctor Who Picspam // Sylvester McCoy as the Seventh Doctor

“There are worlds out there where the sky is burning and the sea’s asleep, and the rivers dream; people made of smoke and cities made of song. Somewhere there’s danger, somewhere there’s injustice, somewhere else the tea’s getting cold. Come on, Ace. We’ve got work to do.”