Hi everyone! So this is a big thank you to all of you! I’ve been on here officially for about a year now, and I’ve learned so much and I want to give something back!
I also want to finally show you guys my new resource blog: jackiesresources! You can follow it if you wish, but I will be reblogging and posting my favorite photoshop things on there. I’m so excited to give something back to you guys, I love you all so much and thank you!
This resource pack contains:
- 6 textures made by me
- 6 Hunger Games icons
- 4 PSDs (3 gif, 1 graphic)
- 3 of my favorite (and most used) fonts
Do not claim as your own or redistribute!
***Please like or reblog this post if using anything!
Download (you can download individual folders, depending on your needs :])
Emma&Killian icons from 3x10 “The New Neverland”. Please like/reblog if you’re using, just don’t claim as yours.
I’m currently obsessed with typography (!!!) so I decided to make a masterpost on it - this post includes fonts, tutorials for various text effects, guides, useful links, inspiration and (even) a couple of typographic games for your enjoyment! Have fun! :-)
favourites: lobster, amplify, carton, mission script, hoefler text (font library), ruritania (for fancy capital letters), levibrush, didot (font library), times (font library), ranger, freshman, geared, ribbon, pompadour numerals, riotsquad, nouvelle vague
behance (free ones - scroll all the way down to find download link)
Text Effects + Poster Design tutorials
Geometric effect (for numbers)
Ice cream effect (yummy)
Skin effect (for hannibal fans!!)
Smoky effect (or ghost-y)
Tree branch effect (creepy + cool)
3D effect (quick & easy)
Other useful websites / inspiration
Typography tidbits (cool stuff)
Typography in infographics (who doesnt like infographics)
Kerning game (if you have nothing better to do)
wow i got this such a long time ago, all you do angel is get the circle select tool, change the settings from normal to fixed size, put the size you want - i think mine was 160px - and click wherever you want that circle to be in the canvas. copy the image you want to be in the circle, go to the empty canvas, while the circle is still selected, go to edit > paste special > paste inside :) do the same for each one x
I got some requests, so I’ll try to explain how I put someone’s face onto someone else’s body without my final result looking super weird. Some examples of this are here: 1, 2, 3. My techniques might be useful to:
- put your fancast into that dress/suit of armor/scene
- make your OTP that never interacts be in the same scene together
- add that Lannister lion pendant/Tyrell rose necklace/Targ dragon pin to someone’s outfit
- basically merge 2, 3, 4+ images as seamlessly as possible
I use PS5. I don’t use a tablet or anything special, but what you’ll need is time and patience. Sometimes body swapping takes me as long as 16 hours. Sometimes it only takes me 2 hours. Every body swap is different, so this tutorial is more about tips and techniques than a step by step process. This got super long omg. If you could please like/reblog if this helped you, I would appreciate it. All of the manips in this tutorial are mine and PLEASE do not repost them or claim them as your own. They can all be found in my edits tag if you really want them on your blog.
Copy all of the above code, and paste it above the </body> tag in your code (tip: use ctrl+f on your keyboard to find </body>). You may need to refresh the page a couple times to see the changes, and may need also retype all the quotation marks (if they appear slanted). The cool thing about this code is that the snow stays for a little while once it reaches the bottom of your blog, and then “melts” so it doesn’t start blocking the page like many other codes. Enjoy! I found the original code here.
plottedflower’s favorite fonts
I claim none of these fonts as my own - only the graphics made for them. All fonts are linked below, and the titles used are from Azealia Banks’ album Fantasea.
- texture blogs
- psd blogs
- font blog(s)
- theme makers
- photoshop blogs
- screencap sites
- trending edits’ tutorials
- adobe download links posts
- other masterposts
- *bonus* blogs that inspire me
a couple of hook icons (i’ll make more later)