Snap your fingers and break the sound barrier. The Secret Power of Skateboard Designing People is the Independently-of-the-Others Power? Wield it wisely. We Be Hooverin' Now. MJ12club* Presents: Jump on your Hoverboards and Ride! Yee Haw! 350, 500, and 550. Red Green Blue Yellow No Skateboarding etc. or Know Skateboarding for short. There is a difference you know. What is it? I've not been told. Bonini Beach Surf Ace Street Decks or Bonini Beach Surf Ace Street DX for short, no difference here, obviously. First of all I want you to know that you can spin each Hover Rotor individually to point in it's own direction. Some of the Hover Rotors are actually made-up of two Hover Rotors stacked one on top of the other. With that out of the way, here you have 29, 30 or 40 individual images, which you can use to create your own skateboard designs. You get one Know Skateboarding image which you can put up front on top of all of the color swatch splotch images, click on it's TITLE Bar > ARRANGE > Send to first or click on it's TITLE Bar > EDIT > Delete and be done with it. You can do the same with any or all of the image layers and also with the one text layer (I) which you can turn into one of Zazzle's 126 Background colors. You get sixteen Martian Flying Saucer images (two different kinds), twenty-eight or more Color Swatch Splotch images, one Letter (I) Text layer for additional color variablility, a solid White layer to make everything easier to sort out and a semi-transparent Chrome layer. I think that that is all you have to work with. With what you have here you can make almost an infinite number of different color drenched designs working with the reds, greens, blues, yellows, oranges, purples, pinks, black, golds, greys or grays and whatever. Transportato yourself into the Customize It! zone and once you are there you can move, rotate, enlarge, reduce, copy and paste more of and/or even, delete each color layer that you do not particularly care for, "Independently-of-the-others". You can even, accidently, delete colors you do indeed particularly care for. Be sure to utter the appropriate words. I usually include the word "super" and "natural" and my favorite "balogna". Once I said "Crelm" I kid you not. Not really but these words needed to be included here to illustrate positive and negative space or something, most likely Hot Chilli Ooot Doogs. Anyway, back to the show. We return to our program already in progress: You can rearrange the order of the colors so that the colors you want on top are the colors that you want on top. Plus you have Zazzle's 125 background colors and black, which you can introduce into your design by clicking on the TEXT layer (I) and then on the little black square (or whichever color I left it whence I finished messin' with it last). You do not have to keep the Know Skateboarding image as part of your design, really. I used it here to illustrate positive and negative space and the way in which the "white" of an image can be made transparent (Click on the little geary thingy deals) to allow colors in the background to show through. Just about any image layer will work to try this out. Now you know more than was ever needed to be known. Now go head-on into the Customize It! zone you know-it-all you and make a good one. Bonus Whatever, an Or something and an extra Splotch PLUS Chrome. Good one! Super! Images Courtesy: NASA/JPL/Caltech -_- Surf's Up! -_- No Drones -_- Bonini Beach Surfboards -_- Bonini Beach Surf Ace Street DX -_- MJ12CLUB.COM -_- http://www.Zazzle.com/MJ12club* -_- LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Copyright (C) 2011, 2012, 2013, etc. Marti J. Hughes; All rights reserved.