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The Creation of a Dynamic Theme - A Step By Step Tutorial
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Patrick S
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June 1, 2013 - 3:27 pm
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I saw some people asking for a step by step tutorial on making themes, so i decided to make one. I made the tutorial so that people that have never used Photoshop before should be able to follow it as well as more advanced users.

The theme the tutorial is for is this Kaley Cuoco theme:

The programs needed to follow the tutorial:

Photoshop (pretty much any version will work)
DP Animation Maker
Bryce 7 (i don´t go into detail how to make the background, it would make the tutorial extremely long)

All images used in the theme plus all files used to compile the theme are included in the zipfile (the scripts and compilation files are the ones previously posted by Glowball and Faxtron).

Download link for the zipfile:
http://www.mediafire.com/downl.....torial.zip

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uLtRaMa6nEt1c
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Great job on the tutorial.
I use Photoshop CS6. There is an option to load a bunch of images at once. File>Scripts>Load Files into Stack. Browse the folder with the images, select all images, press OK. I don't know if CS2 has this option or something similar.
Thanks for your contribution.

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uLtRaMa6nEt1c said

Great job on the tutorial.
I use Photoshop CS6. There is an option to load a bunch of images at once. File>Scripts>Load Files into Stack. Browse the folder with the images, select all images, press OK. I don't know if CS2 has this option or something similar.
Thanks for your contribution.

I know CS3 has Load into Stack, because that's what I use. I like CS3 because it seems like every succeeding PhotoShop is more and more memory intense. CS3 has a majority of the features and uses less memory to run, (I think).

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F-Rott you are totally right. The whole CS6 series (what I use) is a resource hog. CS5 was good for me (my PC is 4 years old), but CS6 crashes on me every now & again. Photoshop CS6 has features I like though, but nothing I can't live without. I may downgrade.

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Thanks Patrick S awesome contribution my friend, all the contribution like this to help others is welcome. Wink

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Patrick S
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uLtRaMa6nEt1c said

Great job on the tutorial.
I use Photoshop CS6. There is an option to load a bunch of images at once. File>Scripts>Load Files into Stack. Browse the folder with the images, select all images, press OK. I don't know if CS2 has this option or something similar.
Thanks for your contribution.

CS5 have the "Load Files into Stack" thing too, but it doesn´t work for me. I get an error message when i try to use it. Not that it really matters, i usually use Photoshop 7 when i´m batch processing files anyway. It´s much, much faster than later versions (CS2 is ok too, but not as fast as 7).

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