Just added another series of desktop pics called I am root. - Kind of a play off of root user. It comes in black, purple, green and dark red and is available for download from my desktops page. The actual artwork is a bit more detailed than what you can see in the preview below.<br><br><br><br> What?<br>Visit My Web Site!
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I have a few here: [color:blue]Ezyrider's Stuff</font color=blue><br><br>I scanned and tweaked the Alien desktop (I'm a big H.R.Giger fan). The Beatles desktop is combination of artwork, I liked both pictures just not seperately so I combined them in Photoshop. The Starstreams desktops are originals but too busy, they're a work in progress. I also have a couple of Superman icons I created. My main HDs are Krypton and Metropolis and I couldn't find any really good icons for them so I created them.<br><br>[color:green]John and I literally used to sit down and say, 'Now, let's write a swimming pool.'" -Paul McCartney</font color=green>
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does this mean I have to resize the thousands I have made?<br>too much the magic bus.. Some of the above can be found at ResExcellence.<br>I recently moved from 832x624 to 1280x1024 and have been making very small images that stretch, out of opal photographs. This of course isn't easy, for pixellation is difficult to remove in small stretched images but I think that the colour is worth it.. Making small(in Kb) images that will stretch, first to 832 and now to 1280, is something I decided to do in order to make desktops that use little in the way of CPU cycles, if that is the correct terminology. Not that this matters now with the equipment I have today but it is still fun.<br>I call these unopaled<br>and green opalz?<br>does anyone like?<br><br><br><br>
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