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Simone aka Lorraine has recently joined our creative team. We are back with new cool text tutorials. Follow this link to learn how to recreate it! Don't forget to leave a nice comment for Simone and share the tut with your friends.

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Today we bring you a new experimental product — ready-made kits for creativity. They are aimed at people who are just learning to work in graphic editors and lack skills or ideas. Such sets will be a great gift for a beginner tagger. We hope that this product will make more people love psp tagging as much as we love it!
The kits are based on psp tubes from our exclusive catalog and scrap kits under CU for CU license. These include psp tube, scrap kits, a scheme of the psp tag and a picture of the result you should get.
Sets differ in difficulty levels. There are four levels: easy, medium, difficult and very difficult.
You can use psp tubes, which are included in the kits, for other tags.
Good luck and be creative!
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Hey there! Today we want to show you our currently active Prepaid Projects

It's a great way to purchase unique psp tubes for less. How it works in a nutshell: you see a sketch you like, invest $1 and get a copy of the finished work. If you invest more, you get copies for your friends to give as gifts. If a project gets cancelled, you immediately get all your money back to your account. The Prepaid Projects are also done by our most popular artists: LadyMishka, Misticheskaya, Alehandra_Vanhek, Katharine and so on. 

Misticheskaya is raising funds for her artwork "Josie and cinema".

Ellie_Milk is working on her tube "Fairy Princess".

Katharine is drawing a pic "Penelope".

And SwanScraps is currently drawing a psp tube "Rainbow Mermaid".

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Hey there! Today we give you interesting facts about toys. Turns out there's a lot we don't know about these childhood friends. What toy did you like the most? Tell us in the comments!smiley
Mankind invented toys a very long time ago. Archaeologists find them during excavations of settlements of the third millennium BC. The first toys were made of stone, clay and wood and usually depicted various animals.
In ancient Greece, it was customary to sacrifice one's childhood toys to the gods after reaching maturity. Young adults brought their toys to the temple.
The oldest teddy bear was produced in 1894. This is indicated by a label made of a rag, which is sewn to the bear's left foot. This old toy is still passed down from generation to generation in the same family.
The Rubik's Cube was originally created as an engineering project by the Hungarian sculptor Erno Rubik. The Rubik's Cube has 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 combinations and only one solution. Over 300 million original Rubik's Cubes have been sold worldwide. If you put them in a row, they will stretch from the North to the South Pole of the Earth.
The potato head, first introduced in 1959, was the first toy to be advertised on television. In the first year of sale, manufacturers generated revenue of about $30 billion (at 2005 rates).
Barbie doll's official birthday is March 9, 1959.
The famous nesting dolls appeared in Russia only at the end of the 19th century. It is believed that their prototypes are the idols of the Japanese god Fukuruma. Russian sculptors gave Fukuruma a rounded shape and colors characteristic of that period of time.
Young children do not like toys that adults consider beautiful. The brain of a small child needs constant stimulation and seeks new sensations, so children are attracted to bright, loud, sometimes even grotesque toys. When marketers started making toys based on the preferences of children rather than parents, the market was filled with toys like Huggy Wuggy, the monster from the horror game "Poppy's playtime". And the kids love them a lot.
A special substance is added to the plastic from which Lego parts are made, which is well highlighted on x-rays. This is done specifically in case a child swallows the part.
Monopoly is played everywhere, underwater too. The most incredible record for the longest game of Monopoly was set in 1983 by members of the Buffalo Diving Club who played the board game continuously for 1080 hours or 45 days at the bottom of the sea.
With the intention of creating a wallpaper cleaner, Joseph and Noah McVicker invented Play-Doh in 1955. It was originally only available in one color (off-white) and was sold in a 1.5 pound tin.
In early 1992, a ship with a cargo of 29,000 Chinese plastic toys left Hong Kong for the United States. It had yellow ducks, as well as turtles, frogs and beavers. In the middle of the journey, the ship was caught in a storm and the toy containers were washed overboard. After a while, the rubber ducks began to appear on the shores of Alaska, Hawaii and other places. These toys have been of great help to oceanographers who study currents. For example, it was found that the period of circulation between Japan, Alaska and the Aleutian Islands is approximately three years.
One of the favorite children's games, yo-yo, was invented back in 500 BC. This toy is considered ancient. But mankind used it not only for harmless games. For example, the Filipinos made a good weapon out of two disks and a rope.
The average age of a game console owner in Japan is 40 years old, which indicates the considerable popularity of video games among adults.

Hello! Recently we made a post about cats. Now it’s time for amazing facts about dogs. Are you a cat person or a dog person? Tell us in the comments!wink
Dogs are not descended from modern wolves.
Dogs are descended from a species of wolf that disappeared thousands of years ago. Modern American and European wolves are its distant relatives, although they share 99% of their DNA with dogs.
The Saluki is the oldest known dog breed.
The Saluki is considered the oldest dog breed known to man. In ancient Egypt, they belonged to the royal families. They were treated with reverence while alive, and even mummified after death as pharaohs.
Dogs have a larger range of sizes than any other mammal.
Due to human intervention in natural selection, there is a huge difference in size between dog breeds – more than any other mammal, wild or tame.
However, there is a limit to the physical differences of dogs.
The entire physiology of the dog, from the Chihuahua to the Great Dane, is based on the body structure of the ancient wolf.
They have a second "nose".
It is known to science as the vomeronasal organ and is located between the dog's nostrils and the palate of the mouth.
Scientists are still not sure what dogs use it for.
Based on research on other carnivores such as cats, they may use it when they sniff scent marks left by other dogs.
Dogs can fall in love.
When a dog comes in contact with people or other dogs, oxytocin, the hormone of love, is released in its brain. This process is identical to what happens in the human brain when they hug or kiss.
Dogs don't feel guilty.
Many owners notice what they consider to be a "guilty look" in a dog, but science has shown that it's actually a reaction to the owner's body language. Guilt is a rather complex emotion. The dog is just worried that it will be punished, not knowing what it did wrong.
Dogs instinctively bond with humans.
Once a puppy learns that humans are friendly, its instincts tell it that the best chance of survival is to stick  to a human.
That's why many dogs get so nervous when they're alone: they might think they've been abandoned.
Having a dog in the house can protect owners from asthma and colds.
Research shows that children who live in families with dogs are less likely to develop allergies and get sick than children who are raised in families without pets.
Greyhounds are a twice famous breed.
Greyhounds are known not only as the fastest dog breed, capable of reaching 72 km/h, but also as the only dog breed mentioned in the Bible (referring to Proverbs 30:31; King James version).
Dogs can memorize hundreds of words.
An average dog is as easy to train as a human child and can learn between 200 and 500 words. Moreover, the dog can learn the basics of mathematics, for example, learn to count and arrange numbers in ascending order.
Dogs can smile.
Dogs smile, but not necessarily for the same reasons we do.
According to veterinary scientist Dr. John Bradshaw, a dog will smile to convince its owner to show it their love.
Therefore, dogs are not always happy when they "smile" – they may even feel a little anxious and need reassurance. So go show your puppy how much you love it.
Dogs are abnormally attached to people.
Most mammals experience simple emotions such as love, fear, anxiety, and pleasure, but dogs are now known to have special emotional responses to human attention.
Most owners are convinced that their dogs love them, and scientists now have evidence that affection for people actually determines much of a dog's behavior.
Recently, Professor Gregory Burns of Emory University was able to train dogs to lie down in an MRI scanner and was able to watch their brains' joyful reactions to photographs of their owners.
Dogs are also better than chimpanzees at understanding human body language.

Follow the links to see more dog-themed psp tubes and scrap kits!

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