orb3000 · Jul 18, 2011 at 03:00 pm

Profile Picture Template Google+ Style

Since all this G+ madness started, some  have already gotten their invitations and some have not. Judging from it, Google+ could be a good contender for Facebook as the king of social media. However, this is yet to be seen.

In the meantime, XDA member Alankrut posted a way to have your profile picture -avatar- in Google style. The developer created this template using Paint, which all Windows using members will be familiar with. A photoshop compatible version will be added later on.
Instructions to get your own profile picture template are easy, just follow the 8 steps indicated by the developer and voilà!

Please don´t forget to leave some feedback.

Originally posted by Alankrut
Profile Picture Template Google+ Style

Hey Guys, I made a template for profile pictures in general. This one i have made with a Google + theme since it is the biggest thing these days.

This Template is made using “Paint.net”, for those of you that don’t know what that is, Think Photoshop but a freeware. I will make a Photoshop compatible version later.
I have attached some samples.

I will update this to allow changing of placement of the Google+ icon and Photoshop support later in the future, if you guys want it.

Follow me on Twitter to get up-to-date on when i update this or you can send me suggestions.

Continue to the template thread.


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