Finally created a wallpaper for the background of this blog that ties the whole Bomberman & Louie theme together. Plus, it’s tileable!
All of the Louies are scans from the Bomberman ‘94 / Mega Bomberman user manual. It’s eye-searingly bright on 16:9 monitors. It’s also fixed, so as you scroll down, the wallpaper will stay with the posts. It helps the pink Louie on the left stand out more.
Finally, with the addition of a little animated notifier that the side images are buttons, I’m finally done with the setup for this blog. Now I can go back to making gifs / pushing content from my misc. blog that nobody follows.
I’m going to start going through the oldest gifs on my blog that are hosted by Photobucket and try to properly repost as many as will work. Most don’t have more than 10 notes on them, so it should hopefully be new to all of you.
Also, Pink Louie is now the unofficial mascot of this blog. Pink Louies’ specialty is dancing.
Other changes include:
- I created a FAQ which is accessible from the main blog page.
- The row underneath my tumblr icon is now pictures, with each picture acting as a button. Hovering over the button tells the page viewer what it does. I followed a similar format on one of my other blogs.
- The ask page is now accessible via one of the buttons.
- Anonymous asking has been turned on since that’s all the rage these days. Most asks will still be replied to privately, however, there are always exceptions.
- Replies to posts are also now available. Not sure what these do, but we’ll find out.
- The Louie with the sign is no longer blocking everything on the left side of the blog.
- I’ve added another button to the sidebar. It’s the above gif albeit a bit smaller. I’ll probably add a sign above them giving better instructions that they are clickable.
- On my actual tumblr blog, my avatar is now animated as originally intended (and now pink).
Things I’ll be adding later:
- Signage indicating the sidebar images are clickable (as opposed to the text)
- A replacement for Meowth on the main blog page.
- Using the same method as the avatar on my main page (HTML bypass of the tumblr avatar) I will be getting a transparent version of my header, which also means a proper tumblr background.