How to create splashes in any online websites

Hi! Its me Deactivated, and Ill teach you how to make splashes and covers in any websites!
For this tutorial, im gonna use the following websites:

  • Photopea
  • Pixlr

First you want to find backgrounds for your splashes
Im going to use this:

Background


I searched “Cute backgrounds” for this one

Second, before you start anything click this link:
https://pixlr.com/express/

Third, open the image from your computer or folder and whatever-
And follow the following steps:

STEPS

Step 1


Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

Step 5
Now you have a resized image!

Fourth, if you want any characters in your splash etc.
go to the writer portal and edit the characters, in the newest update, there should be animations here:

Click me

Now you have to click anywhere and then save your image here:

Fifth, go back to pixlr.com/express/ and put together your splash, now you should have this:


Sixth (OPTIONAL) Go to photopea and contour the characters, @annaclaire721 already made a tutorial about that
Go to this thread for the tutorial:

So for mine I wont contour the characters BUT I will mess with it and do stuff like this:

Seventh, Now go ahead and go to any website for filters and fonts , you can use pixlr also! Go ahead and play with your splash, add filters, blur the background, add stickers and add the text

Here is my final product:


Tell me if this is in anyway helpful and you have any questions!
Have a great day!
~ @DEACTIVATED

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it doesn’t let me copy the image

thats all that shows up

Save the image then insert it on powerpoint

how? it only says save page

try printscreening? than paste it on powerpoint what are you using btw?

sorry. what’s printscreening?

its like copying the whole page aka screenshot

I’ve noticed that it doesn’t work on some browsers for me so I use Google Chrome. Maybe change which browser you are using and try again :slight_smile:

I just noticed you are in MAC and the copy pasting is different, oh and you can use http://editphotosforfree.com/photoapps/make-image-transparent/# for removing the backgrounds

bump :v: