With the sixth edition came major changes - again. I'm back to a single-column layout yet with no sidebar, which means my GFC box is somewhere in the bottom area, I hope new subscribers won't hesitate to properly look for it. My glorious profile has been re-designed as well as the tag archive, I noticed I missed half of my tags in the list and it's one of the things I definitely don't look forward to when designing: table handling *headdesk* It's the one thing that requires utter devotion and concentration, it's like maths. And who likes maths anyway?
If I were on Wordpress, the design would've looked like that, but due to Blogger's coding restrictions the circles were out of questions
Originally, I wanted to stick with edition five and give it a colour makeover (green/blue/yellow, my standard colour combination), but I couldn't stand the whole 'simplicity' Tumblr-like concept anymore, thus I thought about doing an even more minimalistic design, which Juliette couldn't make 'come true', as Blogger's a bit*h and sucks coding-wise, too many restrictions. I swear, one day I'll move to Wordpress.
A very minimalistic sketch of something I consider doing for my portfolio instead
Then I remembered that my readers loved version two and three best, the picture-heavy, busy backgrounds. I added every single colour under the rainbow and totally didn't like it because it looked like a primary school student's graduation work. Thus, I deleted about fifty layers and single images and slowly achieved what I really had in mind.
So here we are with Watercolour Surfing and I hope you enjoy it. If there are bugs or errors, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix 'em (otherwise I gotta beg Julie to do it). Speaking of Julie, of course she helped me out once more and did most of the essential coding (the dropdown menu, fixing the background images). Thank you so much, Julie ♥