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This is the place to come when you’re not sure how to do something in / for / to an adult coloring design.

“How do I do layers in PhotoShop?” I haven’t a clue but – I discovered a graphics site which makes doing layers a doddle!

Say “hello” to

It has three sections – Photo Editor, Collage Maker and Design.

The basic version is free (my favorite word), and the paid version which clears the ads is only $4.95USD/month or $34.95USD billed yearly. Bargain!


I’ve been trying to work out how to do layered designs in Photoshop and not getting anywhere. Frustrated doesn’t come close to describing how I’ve felt.

A couple of hours on and here we are:

4 plr coloring designs layered

Four adult coloring designs with private label rights (so I can edit them) layered using the photo editor.


Kaleidoscope design

I put it through Kaleidoscope Kreator 3 – yay!

And did it again:

Kaleidoscope design

This is ace! I’m well impressed and the site is soooo easy to use.

It will give the likes of and (both free) a few headaches, and some of the paid for graphics programs, too.

Changing the Resolution and Dimensions of a Design.

I covered this in a blogpost.

Use Inkscape and Gimp (both free).

What do you use?

How do you Color an Image to go on an eCover?

I use the paint bucket tool in a graphics program. Choose the color, put the cursor in the space to be colored and press the left mouse button. Job done.

Why the paint bucket tool? It’s quicker than coloring with the pen tool. A design could take one hour to color by hand or using a pen tool, so the paint bucket is the best option for me.

How about you? What’s your favorite way to color?

Please pop your questions and comments in the Comments section at the end of this post.







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