cyrusassists:

Here’s a simple beginner’s guide on how to make small, 245px GIFs from YouTube + other supported sites. When I had to learn how to do this, the guides were sort of complex + the makers weren’t good at explaining. But it’s actually really easy and if you follow the instructions, you won’t need to look at this guide more than once.

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toni made a character graphic, aw cute.  character graphic number one, and this is basically just a twitter based graphic. if you don’t understand how to change the header behind the thing, ask me so i’ll make a tutorial. fonts are courior new and arial. just because i didn’t want to pull out fancy fonts. plus, twitter doesn’t have cute fancy fonts. sorry. anddd, lastly, if you want a cute header head over to the tumblr twitter header tag. yup. 

download the right psd here. download the left here.



vickyhelps:

VICKY’S 2ND GRADIENT PSD PACK ☀

CONTAINS →

  • FOUR (4) PRE-SETTING LAYERS to give your graphics a bigger, bolder look. They’re not necessary, though.
  • TEN (6) TRI-COLOR GRADIENT PSD LAYERS to make things pretty. You may adjust them to fit your taste. In my opinion, they work better on darker edits, but that’s just me. The sixth one (bottom right) is the one I’m currently sporting in my sidebar! Cool, right?

Please, like this post if you {DOWNLOAD} and only reblog if you’re a help blog. I made these because I felt like it, again, not upon request — let me know if you experience any problems or just need some assistance. Enjoy!



deluxe-editions:

PSD 520 {{ pixar screencaps }} by l-agallerrie.

Please, don’t redistribute or claim as your own. Like or reblog if you download! DON’T FORGET! Likes or reblogs inspire me, babe xoxo ♥ How to use the gradient.

Download - PLEASE, LIKE OR REBLOG。◕‿◕。



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lovatoassist:

SOPHIE'S CHARACTER PSDS #1; i've seen a lot of people complaining lately that character psds have become too complicated so i decided to make a simple one with only one gif! this psd is super simple and it doesn't require a genius to edit it, i promise. both canvases are sized at 245 x 245. the font that was used is called homemade apple and can be downloaded here. if you have any questions, feel free to send them to my ask. please like/reblog if you found this helpful. xo. [download 1] [download 2]



cuphaz:

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jo-march:

#STILL THE BEST JOKE ON HIMYM EVER



Types of Sayings

victoriousvocabulary:

A saying is something that is said, notable in one respect or another, to be “a pithy expression of wisdom or truth”.

There are a number of specific types of saying:

Adage – An aphorism that has gained credibility by virtue of long use.

Aphorism – A concise definition, notably memorable.

Apophthegm – “…an edgy, more cynical aphorism; such as, ‘Men are generally more careful of the breed of their horses and dogs than of their children.’”

Bromide – A phrase or platitude that, having been employed excessively, suggests insincerity or a lack of originality in the speaker employing it.

Cliché – An overly commonplace, hackneyed or trite saying.

Epigram – A poetic form of comment on a particular idea, occurrence, or person.

Epithet – A descriptive word or phrase that has become a popular formulation.

Gnome – (Greek: gnome, from gignoskein, to know) A type of saying, especially an aphorism or a maxim, that is designed to provide instruction in a compact form.

Idiom – “…an expression whose meaning can’t be derived simply by hearing it, such as ‘Kick the bucket.’”

Mantra – A religious or mystical syllable or poetic phrase.

Maxim – A principle or rule. A maxim is a wise saying, especially one intended to advise or recommend a course of conduct. In comparison to its approximate synonyms: saying, adage, saw, motto, epigram, proverb, aphorism, the term maxim stresses the succinct formulation of an ultimate truth, a fundamental principle, or a rule of conduct. The word derives from the Latin word maximus, “greatest”, via an expression maxima propositio, “greatest premise”.

Motto – A concise expression of motivation used by a group or individual.

Platitude A flat, insipid, trite, or weak remark.

Proverb – An expression of practical truth or wisdom.

Quip – A witty or funny observation.

Saw – A saying that is commonplace, longstanding and occasionally trite.

Witticism – A smart saying, notable for its form or style rather than its content.

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