DIY Retro Science Fiction Cover Generator from PULP-O-MIZER here. I found this at EPBOT today and have been spending way too much time making different covers! Tons of options: different covers, backgrounds, characters, fonts, colors etc… *For lots more generators of all sorts (cross stitch, memes, tag cloud shapes etc…) go here: http://truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/generator
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DIY Comic Book Clutch from Pop Champagne here. Comic books in fashion, jewelry and accessories are everywhere. See more comic book inspiration here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/comic-books
DIY Comic Book Baseball Cap Tutorial from aetienne here. I’ve seen lots of comic book inspired handbags, jewelry, and fashion for the coming seasons on lots of fashion blogs. This tutorial comes from Lenne who also came up with some of my favorite past posts: DIY Burberry Prorsum F/W10-11 Inspired Zipper Blazer here and the DIY Mirrored Collar Using CDs here.
EDIT: If you are having trouble getting on to her site, go to aetienne.net/ and then scroll down a post.
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DIY Free Manga Camera iPhone App first seen at Small Good Things here. Love how her cute original images (more at link) change with this app. I have the best (and easiest) comic book program that I use to make comic book gifts for people and adding images using this app would definitely be cool. All Photos from Small Good Things.
DIY True Blood Paper Dolls. The artwork is by Andy Swist and you can download all 12 characters and extras at his site here. First seen at a True Blood Paper Doll Magnet Tutorial (photo lower right) at Dream a Little Bigger here. *Note from Andy Swist: Paper doll artwork is for personal fun and distribution only.
How cool would these magnets be as a gift to a True Blood fan (like me)?
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DIY Comic Book/Graphic Novel Wall. From Aunt Peaches here. From Aunt Peach’s blog:
Rebecca used a regular black and white copy machine to individually photocopy each page, then adhered them to the wall with painter’s tape. The end result is impressive, inexpensive and apartment-friendly.