Dumpling Head Theme
|This is the official Dumpling Head Theme Tumblr. It is the theme from DumplingHeadcanon, made available to you. Visit that Tumblr to see this theme in action!
Feel free to modify the theme as you wish, but please never take undue credit, or remove existing credits.
If you install this Theme + have any technical issues, please send a detailed Ask.
♥ Test Custom Page ♥
- Download this text file.
- Click on “Customize appearance” on your Tumblr’s options panel.
- Click “Edit HTML”. Delete everything there. (Make a backup of anything unique you want to keep.)
- Copy and paste everything from the text file into the now-empty HTML field.
- Hit “Update Preview”. Things will look strange. Most notably, if the theme you were using before had custom colours as well, things won’t work right. Ignore that for now and hit “Save”, wait for it to finish, then refresh.
- The custom colour script should have loaded properly now and you can customise it. If things still look strange, please send an Ask detailing what the problem is. (Some things won’t show up properly in preview - certain links, navigation arrows, etc.)
- Everything look good? Then you’re done! Let me know if you decide to use this theme!
A minor note:
The layout for this page is slightly different from the layout you install. For this mock Tumblr, the navigation arrows/tiaras are visible at all times. This is necessary as this Tumblr has no other pages. When you install the real layout, the arrows/tiaras will only be visible if you have newer/older pages to navigate to. Please visit DumplingHeadcanon to see this in effect.
Kaijin-tachi no CIRCUS Dan (Cue 3)
[Texts used are Naoko’s notes for the first Sailor Moon artbook, sourced from mangastyle.net.]
The sky and the sea I can see in a sweeping glance from this workroom, and I can watch the beautiful moments of dawn and twilight, dyed with watery pinks, lavenders, and blue-grays. I always think I’d like to try to draw a picture this pretty.
July 20, 1969 was the day man first set foot on the moon. When I look at images of that time–even though the original film is getting old and losing quality, and its colors are washing together–the moon’s surface sometimes appears lavender and blue-gray like those Earth dawns and twilights. I really like these kinds of color tones.
I drew the cover of the Picture Collection with those colors I love. My pictures aren’t elaborate things, and they’re all somewhat alike, and I paint the colors momentarily, so I do have regrets, but… But my works are drawn filled with colors I felt were the most pretty in that instant and my thoughts at that time.
I thank from my heart my editor Irie for listening to my whims, Kana-P on staff for helping with the masking, and my manager Yurika, Saitou-kun, everyone, and Mom and Dad. And the loving Osabu, I dedicate this book to you. Thank you very much for putting your valuable time into making such a wonderful book.
- And all my fans who always cheer me on, it’s with your help that I was able to do this book.
- Sailor Moon is a special work for me, so this picture collection is a special book for me.
- I hope this book is a special book for you as well.
- If it is, I’ll be very happy.
- I give you Sailor Moon Picture Collection I.
This theme supports externally-hosted images in text posts, to a degree.
Here is an example of an externally hosted image that is wider than the layout. Right-click it and view it in a new tab/window to see its actual size.
This provides unity within the layout. Some filetypes get squashed to fit within the layout, so your externally hosted images may not look ideal. I recommend, where possible, using Tumblr’s “Upload photo” function instead.
|Dumpling Head Theme by SailorFailures, originally made for DumplingHeadcanon.
Sailor Moon © Naoko Takeuchi, TOEI, Nakayoshi (1992) Kodansha (2011)