[CoLoCo] LoCo wallpaper
darrin.goodman at gmail.com
Thu Jul 3 23:34:37 BST 2008
I've created two new wallpaper images from my wife's recent travels to
Greece and Italy. These play on a theme of "think global / act local". I
modified the images to give them a warmer, sepia tone sort of look, and they
are both on the not-too-bright-and-obtrusive end of the spectrum. Due to
the extra amount of work involved with creating multiple sizes, the two new
images are both sized to 1680x1050. When viewing, remember that if your
browser resizes the image to fit on screen, the lettering will be a bit
Over the weekend, or possibly next week some time, I'll experiment with
creating one or two wallpapers that do not incorporate any sort of
photographic element for those who do not care to have scenery on their
desktops. This should be fun to experiment with.
As always, feedback is welcomed.
On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 11:37 PM, Jim Hutchinson <jim at ubuntu-rocks.org>
> On Wed, Jul 2, 2008 at 10:54 PM, Andrew <keen101 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You have some neat ideas. I can try some of them out when i have time. I
>> agree with pretty much everything you said. I had also been thinking of
>> "chiseling" it into the rock, but failed on my first attempt to do so. I
>> might try it again sometime. I also generally don't like scenery as
>> background either, however of the few exceptions they have been grassy or
>> full of water (with cool relections). I had also thought it would be neat to
>> photoshop or gimp a flagpole in one of the pictures with the colorado-rocks
>> flag on it, or a reflection of the colorado-rocks logo under the water, but
>> failed at those attempt too.
> Failure is the norm for me with gimping stuff so don't feel bad. Maybe a
> different approach would be say you didn't fail, only that you are releasing
> version 0.1 and let the community help improve it.
> Jim (Ubuntu geek extraordinaire)
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