[Waves Round 3] Burning Sulphur Waves Wallpaper

Martin Sourada martin.sourada at gmail.com
Thu Mar 6 08:06:26 UTC 2008

On Thu, 2008-03-06 at 09:14 +0200, Nicu Buculei wrote:
> Martin Sourada wrote:
> > I've had some time so I've played a little more with the Waves theme.
> > First, I used the old mid-blue wallpaper as my background and realised
> > some things: the ocean blue works quite well with the sulphur, but the
> > transition between sky blue and ocean blue is odd. Also, it is still a
> > little too bright. Next, seeing the sketches from John Baer I thought I
> > could play a little with the idea of having both some sort of blue and
> > grey in the wallpaper. In the end I ended up with removing the halo and
> > decreasing saturation a lot. The result is nearly-grey sky and dark
> > grey-blue ocean. 
> While I like your nearly-grey sky, I am not that happy with the 
> transition from sky to water. What I liked best in Mo's grey was the 
> smooth transition from sky to water.
Yeah, it could still be a little better, however I prefer rather strong
transition from sky to watter (as opposed to the rather smooth one in
Mo's grey). I think maybe we could bend the surface a little to imitate
a roundness of a planet it is on, what do you think?

> Do you plan to change the color of the sky as part of the "animated" 
> background? If so, it would be good to play also with those shades.
Well, if time permits I would not be against, but it's not a top
priority. We need to do the final design for the wallpaper done and make
the supporting graphics first... But if anyone feels like making it
himself(herself) (s)he is welcome to do so even now :-)


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