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Thanks to arceusvictini [link] for directing me to the template site [link] . Thank you to Ksa on that site for the template and for the link to the pokemon sprites and the alphabet letters. Thank you to PokemonElite2000.com [link] for the pokemon sprites including the resources for the animated Zoroark. Thank you to Easy GIF Animator [link] for the ability to replace the normal color of the animated zoroark with the shiny color of the stationary zoroark. Thank you to serebii.net [link] for the pokeball sprites. Thank you The Spriters Resource [link] for the Gender Symbols.
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Actually, I drew those letters straight onto the card, but on the site with the template, right under the template, there is an alphabet that you save to your computer, open in a separate window, and copy and paste the letters/numbers that you need to the right place on the card. Also, I would like to invite you to the forum I am part of. Here is the [link]
Well, first of all, I used Paint.net, which is a free editing software. Here is a link [link] Then, I used the magic want tool, which is right next to the tool that looks like a hand. Then, I went and selected all of the pokeball and gender areas, ( the black part of the Pokemon box) and then I Cut (Ctrl+X), which copied and deleted it. Then I made a new layer (Ctrl+Shift+N), and pasted (Ctrl+V) the pokeball and gender areas and if they weren't in the right place, I moved them to cover the empty space (where they were originally) and then made another new layer. I moved this layer below the pokeball and gender layer, by pressing the down area on the "Layers" window, and then I pasted the Pokemon sprite and put it in the box. It should go underneath the pokeball and gender area. If I might suggest for the sprite, go to this place to get the sprites [link] . Now, open a blank picture file and make it 43x43 pixels. Now, get your sprite for your Pokemon from the link, and paste it into this new picture. It will ask you if you want to expand the canvas. Say no. Now the sprite will be off the picture, so just move it until you get the face of the Pokemon. Note: Do not re-size the sprite. It will look bad. Now press Ctrl+A, then Ctrl+C, and go back to your shiny card. Press Ctrl+V and use that as your sprite. Remember,always use the same layer for your sprites. If you want, make a separate layer, for the actual picture of the pokeball and gender, and make a layer on-top of the for the names. Refer to the description of my Shiny Card [link] for any materials that you might need. Hope this helped and sorry it was so long.