save for web

Happy Monday, fam!!

A couple years ago I’ve noticed myself shift emotionally throughout the seasons. As it grows cold, I fall into a depression feeling like I’m lost, and As it becomes warm I climb out of my slump and rush into achieving the years goals.

Then the cycle continues.

Since acknowledging my roller coaster pattern of emotion, I’ve learned to beat it by making goals for myself, and keeping a constant check on whether I’m achieving those goals, or if those goals still matter enough in my life to pursue them.

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Wink of an Eye (3x11)

Is there anything he wouldn’t do for Jim?

lokihiddleston  asked:

Hey, where I can find your effect stars (gif) with your edit here => /post/153925981468/defenders-smoke-bomb-photography

@cpn-america also asked me something similar, so I figured I’d kill two birds with one stone and make a tutorial! 

how to make something like this:

or this:

you will need:

  • photoshop cs6 (or cs5)
  • a basic knowledge of said program
  • the top gif from this post (this is where you get the sparkly effect, so just drag it onto your desktop)

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Webkinz, Club Penguin, Neopets, Bearvile.
Long ago, the four websites lived together in harmony, then everything changed when Neopets attacked. Only Bearvile, master of all four elements can stop them. But when the world needed them most, they vanished. A few years passed and my brother and i discovered a new avatar, a website named Poptropica. And though their website skills were great they have a lot to learn before they’re ready to save anyone. But I believe, Poptropica will save the web

anonymous asked:

how do you make the sparkles fall behind the image? like only on the background

hey, love! so i’ve been asked this a lot, and i finally have a day off so below is how i end up with something like this: 

(the psd used in this example can be found here)(i save my sparkle gif from here) (this is more to show how to remove the gif from over the model, a tutorial for how to use the gif in the first place can be found here)

this might get a bit wordy since i can never manage to keep things short, and since this is a little bit more complicated than the usual ‘sparkle’ effect, i’ve added a few pictures along the way to help but please feel free to ask any questions!

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anonymous asked:

wait whats surface blur??

Hey, there! Surface blur is a filter on Photoshop that can help smooth out your GIFs so that they look better! It’s easier for me to show you!


GIF-Surface Blur Tutorial - by dodrio.tumblr.com

This is a quick and easy GIF-Surface Blur Tutorial made with both the fresh faced beginner and seasoned veteran in mind.

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anonymous asked:

I love love your icons! Could you please make an icon tutorial?? I'd love you forever

thank you! recently i got a couple of requests for an icon tutorial so i decided to make one. i’m sorry for any mistakes in advance. please like or reblog this if you find any of the followings helpful. feel free to send an ask if you have any questions or find any of this unclear. so here’s how to go from this:

to this:

you’ll need:

  • photoshop (i use cs6 but works with other versions too)
  • a screencap or picture (preferably HQ)
  • a psd or basic coloring skills
  • some calming tea (you’ll need this the most)

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anonymous asked:

Can you give me some advices/tutorials on how to make gifs? I suck at it and hell, I've been trying to gif for two days and I still can't :(

Of course! Let me just say when you start off making gifs it can be very difficult and confusing (I know it was for me). So I’m going to try and give you lots of tips and things that I’ve learned so hopefully you can skip lots of the hard parts I had to learn on my own. Also don’t get discouraged if you feel like your gifs aren’t turning out amazing, you’ve just started and it’s taken me over the course of 3 years to start making ones I’m actually happy with, as always practice gives you experience! Anyways enough of my rambling lets get started.

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Meanwhile, in an Ancient Ruin

Spiders: *attack*

Warden: *falls immobile*

Spiders: *pounces* Om nom nom!

Warden: Oh, Maker! It’s eating my face! Get it off! Get it off!

Rest of party: *kills spiders*

Warden: *stands up*

Warden: Yeah, take that you stupid spiders!

Warden: *kicks spider corpse*

Warden: *turns around*

Warden: *gets stuck in spider web*

Warden: *looks at party*

Warden: *still in web* We shall never speak of this.

how to go from this

to this

things you’ll need

  • photoshop ( i’m using cc 17 but i’m sure this’ll work in any version that supports the video timeline format! )
  • knowledge in photoshop
  • this psd

note: this is the way i did it— i’m sure there’s a much simpler, easier way so pls bare with me and my shitty explanations, okay?! 

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i was asked to do a tutorial on how i make my icons by anonymous, so here’s my super easy way of doing it. there’s no major editing or backgrounds simply because i’m super lazy and i prefer the look of clean, bright icons. i’ve only ever used this method on cartoons (voltron. i’ve only ever made voltron icons lol), so i can’t say for sure whether this method would work well with real people. just keep that in mind!

for some examples of what you can make, here’s my icons page.

please like/reblog if you try it out, and feel free to ask me any questions.

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anonymous asked:

hey, how'd you make the first gif in your legion set? thanks!

hey, thanks for asking! the process is not difficult at all. 

(i’m assuming you already know how to make a gif, so i won’t be explaining that process.)

without anything done to it except being set to be in b+w, the gif looks like this:

(my frame speed is .07).

next, we’re going to invert the gif.

click the circled icon (found under adjustments) and you gif should look like this:

next, go to layer > new fill layer > gradient.

a menu will appear. you can rename the layer if you choose. hit OK.

another menu will appear. these are my settings:

i installed a gradient. this is not a default gradient in photoshop. i’m sure, though, that one of the preinstalled ones would look fine as well. 

click “OK” and your gif will look like this:

never fear, you’ll be able to see the text soon enough. 

with the gradient layer selected, go to the drop-down menu to the right of your screen. the default setting is “normal.” 

change it to either “screen” or “lighten.” in this case, i chose “screen.”

your gif should look this this!

aaand that’s it! file > export > save for web (legacy) and you’re all done!

(post this gif is from)

(looking back on the post, the gradient i used there was different. oops.)