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d. wuck

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by torben1 5 comments

You did update that mighty fast after my comment ;)
But did you really need to create another entry? You could've just updated it?

I like the sprocket better now, but it still is a mighty contrast compared to the foreground. I apologise I wasn't clear in the first place: The fg-bg contrast is too big.
The updated sprocket is nicer to look at, but still gives me the "under the microscope" blurry feeling.
I think the sprocket should amplify the fact that the X logo is a vast sphere of shiny plastic. Right now, only the sphere looks really 3d to me.

Hate to break it: It's *environment*, and not 'enviroment' ... - Feb 10 2004

Wallpaper Other by wuck 3 comments

joaobr, it's just a joke.
The difference is some 10 pixels :)

Any further comments? - Feb 10 2004

Wallpapers KDE Plasma by torben1 2 comments

How about making the sprocket as detailed as the X logo? It shouldn't be in the foreground, but some detail should be added, imho. - Feb 10 2004
Tux Montage 2

Wallpaper Other by jscott 1 comment

Was it a big task? And how did you make it? - Feb 09 2004
New Tux

Wallpaper Other by gg3po 29 comments

A fine replacement for the classic Tux!
Great work. - Feb 09 2004
Kristall - buttoncoded

Ice-WM Themes by anotherfreeloader 18 comments

I've noticed you blurred out your username in the screenshots.
I've also noticed the owner of the dir 'kristall' in your .tar.gz package looks quite like the fog on the screenshot. I'm not going to spit it out, but was thinking: you might want to change it?

Your window decorations seem to be the only one out of six (the best rated) I really like. Nice job. - Oct 22 2003
Crystal Gentoo

KDE 3.x Splash Screens by atac 3 comments

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Apache/2.0.47 (Gentoo/Linux) mod_ssl/2.0.47 OpenSSL/0.9.6i PHP/4.3.3 Server at Port 80 - Oct 22 2003