- Hey, I can’t lose this okay.
Homoglyph can do things like:
Unicode text can do things like:
- αη∂ мσяєFor your text to look like this
You go to <html> and type
- <pre> text here </pre>
Inserting link <a href”link”>text</a> ends link
Break in line (like for poetry and stuff or whatever) <liv><br />
For your text to look like this
You go to <html> and type <code> text </code>
Small text with <small> text here </small>
Big text with <big> text here </big>
Center text (idk it works for sbar) <center> txt her </center>
Down text with <sub> text </sub>
Up text with <sup > text </sup>
Bold text <b> txt </b>
Italic text <i> txt </i>
Strikethrough<s> txt </s>
Basically, I was browsing through some tutorials on tumblr and I realised a lot of people don’t know this really neat and simple trick of centering text!
Some of the tutorials that I found used guides or even the marquee tool to center text!
So here’s a much simpler way to center text. :D
<sup> makes words go like thiiiiis.
<sub> makes them do thiiiiis.
<small> makes words go little. The more <small> you have the smaller the word.
Same thing applies with <big>.
<u> makes underlines.
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Go here if you want some uʍop əpısdn.
Of course these are just basic things. You can also look at the HTML button for the codes if youre not up for searching through Google for them.
The button is here:
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for those who never learned
<code> makes your text monospaced, <pre> puts your text in a grey box
This tool provides you with characters that match what you draw.
This tool lets you draw in monospace ASCII which you can then put in <code> on Tumblr.
This tool makes big-ass letters with text. Everything but the AOL fonts require monospace (<code>).
Okay so a lot of people have been asking how I made those shoes back then… so I made a little tutorial, have fun glueing One Piece stuff on all your belongings~
What you’ll need:
1. Glue. Make sure to use one that fits the underground you’ll be working on. It needs to dry transparent. If you’re an impatient person like me you should pick one that dries fast.
2. Pictures. Print out whatever you’d like to glue to your chosen victim. You can also cut out pictures/whatever you like from magazines or newspapers. Make sure you print it twice or copy the stuff you cut out, you’ll thank me later once you messed up something.
3. A pair of scissors.
4. A sharp razor blade knife.
5. Something you can use to mold the paper with. You can use anthing with a smooth surface and one pointed end, e.g. chopsticks. I picked a little plastic tool that’s used for modelling clay.
6. A few brushes.
7. Acrylic varnish. There’s different types of those, make sure you get a transparent one that’s resistant to both water and light.
8. Optional: Some decorative things.
9. An item of your choice to glue your pictures on. I decided to use my mobile phone’s case since it has seen better times and could use a little spicing up.
Not in the picture:
10. Acrylic varnish is nasty - wear some clothes that can get dirty.
11. Again, it’s really nasty - if you still want to use your brushes afterwards, you should get some turpentine to be able to clean them.
Step 1: Cut your pictures.
Not much to say here. Use the scissors to cut your pictures and the knife to make detailed cuts.
Step 2: Start glueing.
Glue one picture after another on the surface of your item. Use a brush to make sure you get the glue on all the edges of the paper so they properly stick to the surface.
A chopstick or the end of your brush will help you to wrap the paper around edges. While the paper is still wet from the glue, it’s easy to adapt it to any irregularities in the surface, but be careful! It rips very easily and you’ll be glad you printed your pictures twice. If you mess something up, detach the paper very carefully while it’s still wet.
Once you covered everything with paper, let the glue dry.
Step 3: Cut holes and edges.
Once the glue dried completely, you can use your knife to start cutting holes and overlapping paper. Don’t do this when the glue is not absolutely dry yet, the paper will rip and all of your hard work will be for nothing…
Step 4: Apply the varnish.
Coat the paper with a layer of acrylic varnish. Let it dry for an hour and apply a second layer to make sure everything is covered. Before you continue you should give it enough time to dry.
Step 5: Time to decorate.
Use whatever you can find at home and glue it to the dried surface. Beads, gems, buttons, ribbons, be creative!
Step 6: Et voilà.
Praise your new favourite treasure. Hell yeah.