PSD #1 - Download
- contains vibrance
- please like/reblog if you download :)
jthemes #6 please like/reblog if use
- four links
- 200x250 sidebar
- hover for tags
please do not
- move/remove the credit to another page
- redistribute my themes
- copy/take any coding
if theres anything you want answered just ASK im more than happy to help you :)
PSD 12 - DL
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(likes inspire me to make more)
Woohoo! It’s been a long time since I’ve made one of these. There are 28 random textures in this pack, made from stock photos, song lyrics, etc. Like or reblog if you take please! <3 Enjoy!
HesStillKidrauhl PSD #2 - Download
- Contains vibrance
- Has option for B&W
✘ Ava’s 500 Follower PSD Pack
After almost six months, three different mascots, 1,307 posts, and many new friends, I have finally reached 500 followers. When I first started this blog over the summer as an Ashley Benson roleplay helper, I never expected to get this many followers, help this many people, and make so many friends. As a thank you to all of my amazing followers, I’ve made a pack of six brand new color focus psds. These are 100% mine and 100% new; they haven’t been used or posted except for here. There are two ways to download this pack; first, you can download one file that has all six psds together, or second, you can download each separately. (Just a couple requests; don’t claim these as your own and please like if you download one or all.)
So again, thank you guys for everything. And don’t forget, please please please like this if you download any.
TUTORIAL BY PSCS5; GIF Timing
I’ve been receiving a lot of questions asking about the right timing for a gif. I will be briefly explaining what each time/speed looks/does on your gif and which speeds are the ones that you should use for your gif. Hope this helps. :)
Keep in mind that depending on the coloring you use, it can effect how slow or fast your gif will move. If you use a b&w coloring with a few layers, the gif will go faster. If you use a coloring with a lot of frames, your gif will go slower. This doesn’t necessarily happen all the time, but it can
No Delay: This has no timing. Each frame is 0 secs which makes the gif go super fast. You never want to use this option unless you are doing it on purpose for your gif.
0.01-0.06 secs: These speeds make your gif fast. You don’t want to use these. I recommend using them if your gif is already slow or if your using a heavy coloring.
0.07-0.8 secs: These are the speeds that you want to use. This is what makes your gif look “smooth looking.” Basically what I mean by that is, it looks like how it would look on the tv/movie/video.
0.09-0.1 secs: These are the speeds that everyone uses on their gifs. This makes your gif look not to fast but not to slow, in between. So if you’re a person who does not like to use the “smooth” looking timing, these are the speeds you would use.
0.2+: You don’t want to use anything above 0.2 secs because this makes your gif look very slow. So this is a no no unless you purposely want to use it.
Here is another gif I made to use as another example:
PSD #230; optional vibrance layer
Please like/reblog if you take!