How to create splashes in any online websites


#1

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, @Annaliese_Clairemont 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


#2

it doesn’t let me copy the image

thats all that shows up


#3

Save the image then insert it on powerpoint


#4

how? it only says save page


#5

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


#6

sorry. what’s printscreening?


#7

its like copying the whole page aka screenshot


#8

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:


#9

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


#10

bump :v:


#11