Bubbling Up, my second Tumblr theme, made it to the Theme Garden not more than a week after I blogged about my newfound love of Tumblr and its bevy of hipster puppies. What do you think? I personally prefer this theme over my first one.
On a totally related note (you’ll see how at the end), I recently went on a business trip to Brunei, where my coworkers and I were lucky enough to stay at the swanky Empire Hotel under a sky this blue:
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I use the Pantone system to choose what color to paint my toenails and color coordinate my accessories with the precision of an eyedropper tool. I guess I shouldn’t have been surprised to find out that I have perfect color vision.
Well, at least according to the FM100 Hue Test by X-Rite. I didn’t even attempt to cheat or anything. Go, me! Did you know that one in 255 women and one in 12 men have some form of color vision deficiency? That’s one new thing I learned today.
In other riveting news, I recently made my first Tumblr theme, which you can preview and install by clicking on the screenshot above. I’m kind of in love with Tumblr right now (probably because of gems like this), so I’m quite sure I’ll be designing another one soon.
This website used to have an Extras section, where I stashed all kinds of odds and ends that didn’t fit anywhere else. I dropped it during the last redesign, so now I’ve moved a few of the aforementioned odds and ends here.
The following wallpapers and LJ icons, which feature some of my illustrations, are free to download for personal use only. As long as you don’t sell, distribute or make derivative works out of them without my permission, we’re cool. Enjoy!
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I made the following themes a couple of years ago for my own LiveJournal, but I’m sharing them with anyone who’s interested. I retired the Extras section that used to house these, so I decided to archive them here.
Please note that I no longer provide support for these LJ themes. Feel free to modify the CSS however you want, but please don’t make any derivative works out of the graphics. If you do use any of these layouts, a link back to this post would be nice.
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