A simple wallpaper I made.
Everything for the most part was done with Illustrator. Not too hard
Gradients and stuff were done on Photoshop.
I couldn't find the font that their logo used so I had to remake those using Illustrator.
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Full Sizes: ----------- 1600 x 1200 1280 x 1024
Wide Sizes: ----------- 2560 x 1600
Wider Sizes: ----------- 2560 x 1440
Mobile Sizes: ----------- 800 x 480 (Netbook) 1024 x 600 (Netbook) 1024 x 1024 (Tablets) 2048 x 2048 (iPad) 640 x 960 (iPhone & iPod) 960 x 544 (Sony PSP & Vita) 480 x 800 (Windows Phone 7) 1440 x 1300 (Android - All)
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Description: The nemesis of the first Avenger. I made most of this after seeing the movie, but it somehow ended up in my to-do folder. I eventually decided to wait until the movie hit the shelves on DVD to polish it off and release it.
A wallpaper mimicking the design of the "hall of doors" in the Haunted Mansion at various Disney theme parks throughout the world.
EDIT 04/30/2015: I've gotten a few messages asking if people can have permission to use this wallpaper in other projects. I'd prefer if you didn't use it on physical merchandise, but feel free to use it in any kind of digital design you want. If you could credit me somewhere and link back to this page, that'd be very nice. And I'd love to see what you make, so please leave a link to show me! Thank you all for your kind words.
Necessity is the mother of invention. It's hard to find high quality Disney (or cartoony) wallpapers for such a big screen, so I made my own.
The original image can be found here. I take no credit for that.
I added the gradient, texturing and color, and placed parts of the pattern "by hand," as simply making repeating the pattern didn't line up right. I hand-selected (with the wand tool) each little eye-ball to make sure they were all white.
There was probably an easier way to do that, but I hadn't used Photoshop in a while, so. Enjoy.
If you'd like me to make color variations, feel free to comment.