kwontae:

IT’S ALL LIES - THEME #20

static preview / Pastebin, freetexthost.

  • custom scrollbar.
  • 400(PX) posts.
  • 60(PX) sidebar image.
  • 15 custom links.
  • infinite scrolling (optional).
  • reblog/HQ button (optional).

This theme is a bit hard to customize, but I made it the easiest way possible, if you have any trouble with it just ask me! :)

155 notes   •   July 27 2014, 02:59 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
alfalfatheme-emdash:

Alfalfa Theme #4: Em Dash
A blocky theme by alfalfascouting. Features dashed borders, blocky elements, and a squared font by Ben Weiner.
Features and Options:
500px posts
Multiple columns depending on screen width
Geo font by Ben Weiner
Show or hide captions and tags
Show or hide title and description
Unlimited custom links
Colorful or grayscale schemes
Post hover affects borders, colors, and opacity
Live Preview
Source Code

alfalfatheme-emdash:

Alfalfa Theme #4: Em Dash

A blocky theme by alfalfascouting. Features dashed borders, blocky elements, and a squared font by Ben Weiner.

Features and Options:

  • 500px posts
  • Multiple columns depending on screen width
  • Geo font by Ben Weiner
  • Show or hide captions and tags
  • Show or hide title and description
  • Unlimited custom links
  • Colorful or grayscale schemes
  • Post hover affects borders, colors, and opacity

Live Preview

Source Code

29 notes   •   July 27 2014, 02:57 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
ghostkite:

made a quick lil batter pixel instead of packing for my trip

ghostkite:

made a quick lil batter pixel instead of packing for my trip

347 notes   •   July 27 2014, 03:14 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
306 notes   •   July 27 2014, 03:00 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
azurethemes:

Links to Help You Start Coding by azurethemes/salazharIn honor of opening my theme blog, I thought I’d make this post on learning how to code since many people ask where/how I started coding. This is not a tutorial on how to code a theme, but a list of resources on how to start learning HTML and CSS.
UNDERSTANDING HTMLThese websites are the one I used to learn and understand more about HTML and CSS. 
Code AcademyCode Academy teaches you HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and more interactively. Their tutorials are great for anyone of any age. This site is my favorite and I definitely recommend it.
w3Schoolsw3Schools is what I like to call my online glossary. It has literally everything you need to know.
MAKING TUMBLR THEMESThere are many great tutorials here on tumblr on creating your own theme. Here are a few:
By lmthemes
By farahmir
By themesbyeris
By ettudis
By howtomakeasimpletheme
By buildthemes
Tumblr has also provided us with a document on creating custom themes and I suggest going through it. 
USING BASE CODESIf you wanna start coding themes, but you don’t know where to start, I suggest using a base code. I have a masterpost of base codes here, but you will want to use base codes that come with instructions like these two [ one | two ] so it’s easier for you to customize and understand the theme.
CONCLUSIONAgain, this is just a list of resources to help you begin coding your own tumblr themes. I will release another resources list with more external links that provides you with tutorials to make your themes even better. This one is just to help you start out.
Please like/reblog this if you found it useful.If you have anymore questions on coding, feel free to ask me!

azurethemes:

Links to Help You Start Coding by azurethemes/salazhar
In honor of opening my theme blog, I thought I’d make this post on learning how to code since many people ask where/how I started coding. This is not a tutorial on how to code a theme, but a list of resources on how to start learning HTML and CSS.

UNDERSTANDING HTML
These websites are the one I used to learn and understand more about HTML and CSS. 

  • Code Academy
    Code Academy teaches you HTML, CSS, Javascript, jQuery, and more interactively. Their tutorials are great for anyone of any age. This site is my favorite and I definitely recommend it.
  • w3Schools
    w3Schools is what I like to call my online glossary. It has literally everything you need to know.

MAKING TUMBLR THEMES
There are many great tutorials here on tumblr on creating your own theme. Here are a few:

Tumblr has also provided us with a document on creating custom themes and I suggest going through it. 

USING BASE CODES
If you wanna start coding themes, but you don’t know where to start, I suggest using a base code. 
I have a masterpost of base codes here, but you will want to use base codes that come with instructions like these two [ one | two ] so it’s easier for you to customize and understand the theme.

CONCLUSION
Again, this is just a list of resources to help you begin coding your own tumblr themes. I will release another resources list with more external links that provides you with tutorials to make your themes even better. This one is just to help you start out.

Please like/reblog this if you found it useful.
If you have anymore questions on coding, feel free to ask me!

3,124 notes   •   July 27 2014, 01:09 AM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
Um, hi! I was wondering if you could do a mini tutorial on how to colour clouds? (You don't have to do this uvu) I really love your word, I'm inspired by it!

askmeanato:

sojuice:

i got multiple questions about this, so i’ll just answer it on this ask

sorry i kept putting it off for so long…

so… i guess i would think of what kind of sky i would want

i like sunsets, so i’ll draw that

image

so i start with the very back color; it’s a dull purple

my intent is to go from purple/dark grey->peach/pink

image

i like to use this fuzzy brush

imagenot sure what to call these… the ‘back’ / ‘dark’ clouds?

i put on random splotches at 40~50% opacity of dark blue around the edges

image

imagei’m going to put my light source at the bottom right, so i put a rusty orange color slightly at 10~20% opacity

imagethen i blended the colors before i started to add more colors

the more you blend, the better the picture will look 8)

imagenow i put my pen at around size 8-10 to put in thin areas of peach/gold where the light will hit at around 60% opacity

image

color it where ever you think it looks good 

image

i like to adjust my colors and edit on sai

on an overlay layer on top of the drawing, i airbrushed so dark blue in at the top left and right

image

then near the end i like to use the combination of lower brightness and higher contrast

i’ll put a video later since my explanation is horrible most of the time…

sorry i put the drawing sideways… it wouldn’t fit

try these drawings for reference…

maybe use the eyedropper and use colors from these?

hope that helps 

this is for the multiple color asks received

image

11,425 notes   •   July 26 2014, 11:06 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE
theme-hunter:

b0rn-to-be-wild—themes:

Base code II
preview: (xxxxx)
code: (xxxxx)
Features:
*header
*header image
*blog title
*five custom links
*description
*250px posts (3 columns)
*jump pagination
*post info
*captions
*styling

Conditions:
+ Do not claim it and repost it as YOUR base code
+ You are allowed to make changes and post as your own THEME
without an obligation to keep our credits

   
For any questions or help message us to b0rn-to-be-wild—themes or euthanasia-for-mankind.

theme-hunter:

b0rn-to-be-wild—themes:

Base code II

preview: (xxxxx)

code: (xxxxx)

Features:

*header

*header image

*blog title

*five custom links

*description

*250px posts (3 columns)

*jump pagination

*post info

*captions

*styling

Conditions:

+ Do not claim it and repost it as YOUR base code
+ You are allowed to make changes and post as your own THEME
without an obligation to keep our credits
   

For any questions or help message us to b0rn-to-be-wild—themes or euthanasia-for-mankind.

49 notes   •   July 26 2014, 04:51 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

maomuthemes:

Theme 005: Ebb and Flow by maomuthemes. Compatible with the modern browsers Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. Optimized for desktop.

Static previews - I. II. : Code : Theme docs : Credits

Since I’ve reached 100 followers, I’m giving away the theme I use on my photo blog! It’s quite simple, themed around transparency and gradients. I’ve designed it for desktop use because I wanted to include hover options, but the columns do adjust depending on the width of your screen. Read the theme documentation for features, installation steps, and all appearance options.

As always, if you have any questions just shoot me an ask. If you like this theme, please show your support and like/reblog it!

395 notes   •   July 26 2014, 04:50 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

distressedthemes:

Theme #26 by Distressed themes: Better 
Notes → 

After a very long dry spell on the inspiration front, I finally had a burst of muse, and so I poured basically everything I had into this. I hope you like it. 

This theme comes in two versions, a light and a dark. I’d base your choice on your background but it’s up to you. 

Features → 
  • Light/Dark colour scheme.
  • Four links.
  • Option to hide or show permalink, tags and notes.  
  • Space for a short description (with a scrollbar).
Info → 

Preview one || Preview two || Code 

142 notes   •   July 26 2014, 04:49 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE

kyungsational:

THEME: INDECISIVE → PREVIEW 1 / PREVIEW 2 / PREVIEW 3 / PREVIEW 4 / CODE

Just like its name, I was indecisive on what type of theme to release next so I made one where it has four styles! ^^

INDECISIVE.1

FEAURES

  • 250px/400px/500px posts
  • like/reblog buttons
  • back to top button
  • sidebar
  • sidebar image (width is 180px)
  • title
  • navigation icons
  • drop down links
  • searchbar
  • entry background
  • customizable colors
INDECISIVE.2

FEAURES

  • 250px/400px/500px posts
  • like/reblog buttons
  • back to top button
  • sidebar
  • sidebar image (width is 180px)
  • title
  • navigation icons
  • drop down links
  • searchbar
  • customizable colors
INDECISIVE.3

FEAURES

  • 250px/400px/500px posts
  • like/reblog buttons
  • contained posts
  • container background
  • sidebar
  • sidebar image (width is 200px and the height is 540px)
  • title
  • navigation icons
  • drop down links
  • searchbar
  • customizable colors
INDECISIVE.4

FEATURES

  • 250px/400px/500px posts
  • like/reblog buttons
  • back to top button
  • entry background
  • topbar
  • header image (the size doesn’t matter, it will automatically resize as long as the image’s resolution is large)
  • title
  • navigation icons
  • drop down links
  • searchbar
  • customizable colors
They all have the option of show/hide captions, infinite scroll and what color you wish for the like/reblog buttons to be! They also have the option for a flash music player as well as which theme style you wish to have ^^
1,423 notes   •   July 26 2014, 02:52 PM   •   VIA   •   SOURCE