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Description: Well, this is really a take on the old school style backdrops, but with the addition of OS4 moniker.


Submitter:  herewegoagain - More Photos from herewegoagain  
Last Update: 16-Mar-2005 Hits: 6950 Rating: 7.83 (12 votes)Comments: 8 posts
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Re: Old School
Posted on 16-Nov-2004 18:35:16
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Kewl.

Like the Blue & Red Globes ... Perhaps you could do one where the globes overlap slightly to create a Purple crescent ?

( In light of recent events)


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Re: Old School
Posted on 17-Nov-2004 3:38:25
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I tried that, and then decided it just needed it's own backdrop.... Will this one do: http://amigaworld.net/modules/myalbum/photo.php?lid=72

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Oops.. didn't mean for this one to bump back to the top... The old copy looked odd as it was very jagged looking... The original never looked like that, so I uploaded another copy of it. This one looks smooth like it should.

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Re: Old School
Posted on 25-May-2005 0:36:00
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mmmm....
photoshop gradients and layer filters...

has anyone tried to do this with art effect?

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mmmm....
photoshop gradients and layer filters...


Nope... Try The Gimp 2.0

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Re: Old School
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Simple, clean with nice gradients of smooth colors. This is a keeper! Terrific job there!


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A great wallpaper. Very artistic m y friend.


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Re: Old School
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Great wallpaper.

Very artistic an Amigaish too.

Looks like a more polished Amiga 500 graphic.


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