I'm pleased to announce that, though I may be rather sleepy, the templates are finished!
This is now my official request thread for them!
Firstly, some rules
1.) Slots for requests will be filled on a first come first serve basis. However, I will complete requests when slots are full or not open for $5 per horse.
2.) You are not limited to horses you own or ride - you can get anything you like. Use a reference photo off the internet of maybe just a horse you find pretty, or just describe a horse you want.
3.) Only naturally occurring coat colors and markings are allowed. So when I say describe a horse you want, unfortunately this will not include a pink horse with a blue mane!
4.) I tried to make the space for the names as large as possible on the certificates, but please understand if your horse has a very long name, you may be asked to shorten it for the purposes of fitting it on the certificate.
5.) Since I have no way to confirm who is and is not a minor here, we will not use real names in the owner slot, but rather forum screen names. And this will also make everyone more recognizable.
6.) All images will be stored in this folder, divided into several "owner's folders". If you ever lose your images, you can find them here. eHorse Directory pictures by eHorsez - Photobucket
7.) One horse/foal per certificate - I realize some of you might want foals with mares, but the certificates are simply not large enough, and I wanted to keep them smaller to keep image sizes from being slow to load for some computers.
8.) When choosing colors for the certificate background, please limit your choices to 1-3 colors (or, alternatively, you can choose pastel rainbow, rainbow or dark rainbow). Examples (Click for Fullsize)
Ref Photos: (Links ONLY please!)
Markings: (Describe in detail please!)
Certificate Colors: (For the gradient on the background)
*For paints, appaloosas, ect, I would really like to have ref photos for the type of app/paint markings you would like, however, if you cannot produce one, please be VERY descriptive, and include the type the marking you are looking for would generally be classified as (i.e. Frame, Tobiano, Near Leopard, Fewspot)