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AK Dave you can find the file herehttp://www.linuxmint-art.org/content/sh ... tent=90356 Its an SVG file which is vector and can be scaled to any size and not lose detail.
Thanks all! @akaNed just images and a lot of patience in Gimp. @eeezzzeee I've been waiting to do that tutorial ever since it was posted, its been months and recently got some free time in work so... @Jernau No it's not a common size, but the aspect ratio is the same for standard monitors, so it can...
- Wed Nov 19, 2008 2:40 pm
- Forum: Artwork
- Topic: Linux Graphics Users Interview
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Q -- What drew you to your chosen distro? Windows drove me to her. Q -- Give us some history on each of the Linux Mint art team members. Who are they and how long have they been involved? I was involved after the release of Bianca. Q -- Does anyone on your team have formal training in graphic art? I...
Well its been a long time since I've posted so, I wanted to throw my hat in the ring. I followed an excellent tutorial and this is the end result. Hope you all like it. BTW, if your wondering, it was made using the Gimp. :mrgreen: No photoshop here. :twisted: Here's a smaller preview: http://xs433.x...
- Sun Sep 14, 2008 8:05 pm
- Forum: Newbie Questions
- Topic: where can I find old Mint desktop?
- Replies: 13
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Well I see someone has good taste! Anyway I think the link for the wallpapers is floating somewhere in the forum, probably in the archive section. But you can get it straight from http://www.box.net/shared/460sn6ehqo
So I figured since I got inspired by our art team I'd throw in my hat. Its been almost 2 years since I've posted a wallpaper but better late then never ;) so here it is, my dream explosion: http://xs227.xs.to/xs227/08205/mint-wallpaper-dream-explosion_800px809.png This was created in The Gimp and us...