[ubuntu-art] Usplash for edgy is finished
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Thu Sep 7 11:37:14 BST 2006
I'll see if I can ship you some Blubuntu stuff to make :) Thanks for the offer
Thought, it occurs to me you should probably sleep first :P
Just to confirm - we get an animation basically just for fun, a
progressbar to show how far along loading is and a background
Do we need to have certain colours from the palette in the 'right
place' - like we used to have to have the fail text colour, etc? Do we
need to worry about black borders for some cards too? (I.E is is still
best to stick to a black background)
Can anyone think of a nice animation for Blubuntu?- making a water
droplet that grows would rock but time most certainly does not permit
that at the moment!!
On 9/7/06, Dennis Kaarsemaker <dennis at kaarsemaker.net> wrote:
> On do, 2006-09-07 at 11:19 +0200, Michiel Sikma wrote:
> > Otherwise, perhaps someone can volunteer to make some usplash
> > compilations using artwork by others?
> I can do that.
> > Thing is, I'
> > I've made some mock-ups earlier in animated GIF format. If you're
> > interested in making these into real versions, feel free to ask me in
> > which format you'd like to receive the individual images!
> I'm no artist and won't be deciding which artwork will be in there. I'm
> interested in creating themes though. Images need to be in .png format,
> for animation either each frame must be easy to generate using only
> square image primitives or each frame must be available as image. The
> latter will cause large themes though.
> usplash now makes it possible to include variants with different
> resolutions in one theme, so I propose the following:
> The background image at 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768 and 2
> similar-resolution widescreen sizes, cropped to 4:3.
> All other needed images (eg progressbar (yes, progress must still be a
> bar) and animation).
> All images need to use the exact same 256-color pallette!
> Dennis K.
> Time is an illusion, lunchtime doubly so.
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