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High-resolution desktop wallpaper Platform by PerfectHue
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June 9th, 2011

Composition of over 200 separate layers and various photographs of sparklers and falling snow.

Canon EOS Rebel T1i, Adobe Photoshop CS5.

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Posted By: Rtyh-12
about 13 years ago
Did you include subliminal messages in your picture? Because when I saw this in the Loupe, I simply knew I had to have it on my desktop. Simply amazing, keep up the good work!

The lines (the ones that come from the aurora-like-thingy on the left) are a bit pixelated. Couldn't be a smaller issue though, I'm going to correct it right away.
Posted By: Jonathan Besler
about 13 years ago
Absolutely great! I really like the Effects on the right side :)
Posted By: superfao
about 13 years ago
Sincerely I did not find anything pixelated. Maybe you would try to download the full resolution version, if you didn't yet... Anyway the image is incredibly clean and confortable to the sight.

Ps: I try to write as well as I am able to
Posted By: Daddy_Gemini
about 13 years ago
Wow you make some pretty amazing stuff! I remember having that Stabilis one you made on my desktop for over a month at one time. :P This looks great and really clean on my desktop. This one reminds me of Gamut but I think I like this one better. The addition of the orange spark/fire shape on the lower-right really is the icing on the cake for me. Thanks PerfectHue! =)

I see the lines are a tiny bit pixelated on the green aurora thingy as well, but it's barely noticeable. However, I think this piece would maybe look better without those particular lines at all. It would bring out the softness of the gradient used in that aurora thing and I would love a copy without them, but I'm nitpicking haha. Thanks again...
Posted By: Rtyh-12
about 13 years ago
I'm really sorry for my comment above... actually, what I did was to take the full resolution image and scale it down to my screen's resolution, because I wanted the right side as well, which was not present in the 1280x1024 from here. I used cubic interpolation, and that's why it looked pixelated. I made another one which looked great. I made another comment too, hoping that the admins would put the second one here :P
Posted By: Brandon
about 13 years ago
Love it :) I like the colors and sparkler addition on the lower corner also. Good job!
How long did it take you to put this together?
Posted By: kazerak2
about 13 years ago
Epic! I was tracking this in the loupe hoping it would get enough votes to show up here.
Brilliant work!
Posted By: BGnATC
about 13 years ago
I don't usually go for the graphics images - I tend to prefer actual photographs of landscapes. But I saw your image and had to have it. I really like how you contrast the fire and ice (sparkler and snow) and how this is reflected in the colors as it shifts from left to right. You totally nailed the balance between 'natural' and 'artificial', as well as with fancy and subtle. I really enjoy this image. Great work!
Posted By: Pablodius
about 12 years, 4 months ago
I really love this. I am using it as a wallpaper on my android phone right now.

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