A bunch of wallpapers I made for Farscapeland challenge 1 of Phase 4. The challenge was to make three wallpapers and I kinda did. Sort of. Well, you know me. ;)
I made all of them in size 1366x798 because that's my screen size and a lot of the other Farscapelanders have this screen size too (sorry JS, but I assume that these aren't to your liking anyways ;)).
First off (I'll include two versions because I really can't decide which one I like better. You decide! ;)):
This is the first idea for a wallpaper I had a long time ago, but till now I never had the right incentive to try making it (I'm with JS, this many pixels scare me). But for this challenge I gave it a shot, and I actually kinda like how it turned out.
I got the saying from my boss's office door - it's actually what I'm trying to remember in the day to day work (comes in handy when you're standing in front of a little guy who just cracked another little guy over the head with a shovel ;)). I thought it was absolutely perfect for Aeryn and Pilot.
Next off, I want to share my journey of wallpaper making. I'll title this section 'The evolution of a wallpaper' or: It started off with the idea of making a DRD wallpaper, from there I got to 1812, to singing, to whistling, to John. It's not even such a big stretch when you think about it, but going from the first to the last you wouldn't believe that the psd document I used was always the same.
For the last two, I included the textless versions just in case.
And last but not least, an actual DRD wallpaper. And yes, this time it's only one. ;)