Yesterday I finished the 3D version of the main icon set of LibO and
today I made two first "real" wallpaper. Maybe they are too much bright,
so let me know what you think.
They are in 16:9 aspect ratio.
Hope you like it. :)
On 15-02-2011 17:17, Paulo José wrote:
On 15-02-2011 08:52, Marc Paré wrote:
Paulo, if you could post these on the LibreOffice site as wallpaper
files, we could add these to the "LibreOffice Conference Kit" page
for marketing teams' use.
Well, these "wallpapers" are just tests rendered in a bigger
resolution [asked by Leif] and their textures have poor quality.
Actually, the resolution of textures (512px) is not enough to the
1024x768 format, so you can see the aliasing effect in the center
picture (look to green highlights in the hills). Also maybe some text
may be good too to keep the context of these images. I'll try to do
something better today and present to you. :)
Thanks a lot for the great artwork!
I'm happy with the commentaries from you all. :) Thank you!
And thank you for all the people involved in the Mimetype icons
creation, because my only work was to put this great artwork in 3D
Paulo José O. Amaro
Computer Science Student
Federal University of São João del-Rei
WebDesigner / Linked Empresa Júnior
Blogger / casatwain.com
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