The hashtag #CameronMustGo on Twitter continues apace, now into its eleventh day, at the time of typing this.
I’ve been posting some parodies of one of the Tory election posters from 2010, and making a few new ones, while I wait for next May’s offering.
You can get a template from mydavidcameron.com, along with templates for a couple of others, but if you want to replace the picture of Cameron with another, or with a picture of someone else, you need to fill in at least some of the original photo with the background. It can take a bit of work to do this preparatory work, so I thought I’d post the one I made, and which I work from:
Now all you need to do is cut out the photo you want to add, resize it if necessary, paste it into the template, and add the text, using the Franklin Gothic Demi font (freely available to download, just Google it).
UPDATE: The new Tory poster, starting the campaign for May’s election, has been released.
I’ve had a couple of stabs at it:
…and if you’d like to do your own, I’ve made a template: