Finally got around to completing Mass Effect 3. I liked it, though I'd have liked it a good deal more if I could have gotten the best ending absent multiplayer.
But I digress. Laptop crashed some time ago and only just got around to installing Photoshop again so started off with something simple. Was going to do the traditional logo-on-metal one you see around, but frankly it's been done to death and I fancied a change.
A revised design of the Orange Lantern power ring from DC Comics Green Lantern. Based on viewer feedback about my earlier design, I made some modifications. I reemphasized the circle a bit more and made the symbol's logo elements more differentiated from the overall body of the ring. Once again, modeled and rendered with Lightwave.
In the year 2148, explorers on Mars discovered the remains of an ancient spacefaring civilization. In the decades that followed, these mysterious artifacts revealed startling new technologies, enabling travel to the furthest stars. The basis for this incredible technology was a force that controlled the very fabric of space and time. They called it the greatest discovery in human history.
The civilizations of the galaxy call it...
MASS EFFECT ___________
Here's a wallpaper i made with a render from ~PimplyPete
Download the file zip for the PS Vita wallpaper pack ______ Pick up the idea from a Gravity Rush Tumblr site can't remember the source but yeah.
Be sure you pick dark blue and idigo wave background then pick the wallpaper of your choosing for enjoyment. _______ Mass Effect and related content is copyright, trademark of EA Games and Bioware. Playstation, Playstation Vita, PSVita and related content are copyright trademark of Sony
My Mass Effect N7 clock [link] turned into a skin for Windows 7 & Vista sidebar clock! It replaces the "cronometer" clock.
*** You MUST be an administrator on your system and take ownership of the \images folder. Go to the following webpage for a quick & easy how-to on taking ownership: [link] ***
Directions: 1) Make sure you're not using the cronometer clock, if you are switch to a different one at this time. 2) Navigate to C:\Program Files\Windows Sidebar\Gadgets\Clock.Gadget\images & move EVERYTHING that starts with cronometer into a "backup" folder 2) unzip contents to C:\Program Files\Windows Sidebar\Gadgets\Clock.Gadget\images 3) Switch your clock and enjoy!
I may turn other clocks I've made into sidebar clocks in the future...