How to make your life miserable with cartoon ghosts

Cartoon ghosts are a popular way for people to annoy themselves.

They appear on the side of the cartoons you’re watching, or at the end of a video you’re viewing.

If you look closely, you can see that they are animated with the animation style that was popular in the early 1980s.

It was called the “fancy animation style” (FAS) and is known for its distinctive “harsh” colors and exaggerated expressions.

They are also easy to create, and they can be extremely annoying if not done well.

In this article, we’ll take a look at how to make yourself a cartoon ghost.

How to Make a Cartoon Ghost in Illustrator The first thing you need to do is make a new vector.

In Illustrator, create a new new drawing, and then select the “New Drawing” option.

This will bring up a new menu with several options: Layer Style: This option determines how the vector will be laid out.

Choose a color, opacity, or transparency for your layer.

Select the “Draw” button, and the layer will be created.

The default is “Draw”, but you can also select an option that will draw in whatever you want.

Layer Mask: This menu option determines what will be drawn over the layer.

If it’s a mask, choose an “overlay” of the layer, and make sure it is black.

Layer Color: Select the layer you want to draw over the mask.

You can also set the opacity to match the mask, and set the color to the mask color.

The opacity and mask color are the only things that you need here.

The Layer Mask option is also the only option that doesn’t change the shape of the layers itself.

You will need to make a selection in the Layer Style and select the appropriate layer mask.

If your selection doesn’t have a mask on it, then you can select the mask and then change the layer mask in the “Filter” menu.

If the layer is black, then the mask is grey.

If that’s the case, the layer color is white.

In other words, the mask will match the layer colors, and you can adjust the opacity, mask color, and layer mask opacity.

Selecting the layer Mask option will also select the layer’s mask color for your sketch.

This is important.

If all you do is draw the mask on the layer and draw over it, the vector won’t be animated.

To do this, you must change the mask mask to match what you want for the vector.

This can be done by selecting the mask in a layer mask selection, then selecting the “Mask” option, and adjusting the mask to the correct mask color and opacity.

To use the mask with your sketch, select it in the layers selection and adjust the mask opacity and opacity in the mask selection.

Now you have a vector with the desired mask on a layer.

You have the mask selected and ready to be animated, so select it and draw it.

You should be able to see that the layer looks like it was animated.

When you are done, you should see the layer move from the sketch to the vector in the drawing.

This gives you the chance to animate the vector with your new ghost.