Blog Divider | Splinterlands | Week 91 | Art


Continuing with the idea of creating more blog dividers for the writers of Splinterlands, here is one more new creation. I have used a few base files to create the blog dividers and gave it some touches to make it workable for Splinterlands.

Step 1: The Base Material

We will be looking at a blog divider with the Death Splinter as the theme. How about a blog divider which we can use whenever we are planning to utilize for an article retailed to the Death space? Good idea? I think it is.

Line Divider Calligraphy

Here is the group of beautiful line dividers that were created by Analise and hosted on Pixabay.

Boogeyman from the Death Splinter

For the second part of the base material, let’s use the Boogeyman. A good representative, I am sure.

Step 2: Readying the Blog Divider

So out of the total blog dividers available, I choose just one of them. Which one? Well, the one below:

Step 3: Completing the Blog Divider

So, with all the base material in place, I just bring in the two of our base images. Here is how it looks:

Before I go, What Game is Splinterlands?

Well, it is one of the earliest blockchain-based collectible games. Though I started playing the game quite late, on hindsight, I should have had got going early. Anyway, no need to despair, there is so many opportunities no matter when you start.

Card Purchase Contract: Gold Foil Prince Julian

Did you go to the link and see for yourself? I hope you did. And I hope that gives an overview of the game. I just love the game, and those interested can go to Splinterlands’ site and join. If you want a link to join, I will leave one at the end of the article which you can use.

Want to Join Splinterlands?

You can click below and follow the link. All the best!


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I’ll Meet You Soon

Hope you liked the new blog divider. It was one of my pass-time creation. I am pleased.



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