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Sure, I just took an svg of the ubuntu logo and imported it into blender, but it still looks cool in my opinion. What do you think?
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I've always wanted to try making this kind of picture.

I found both pictures with Google and used [link] 's tutorial
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A Katie holmes wallpaper with the ubuntu logo.

I will upload a new version soon, cause the borders between the model and the background aren't very clean :/

Edit : new version, with an abstract-look background and better borders :)
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A wallpaper for ubuntu linux
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Ubuntu - Linux for Human Beings
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A widescreen wallpaper based on ubuntu linux. This is the hot version.
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again ubuntu wallpaper :)
resolution 1920x1200
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its one in many ubuntu linux wallpapers.
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Update:
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03/08/2007
Added a green background variation and also versions without text and without text&logo (so background only) -
altogether the pack now contains 12 wallpapers (4 colors in 3 versions) and 2 Dock icons... :)



Hi there!
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Pack contains 3 wallpapers and 2 Ubuntu Dock icons (PNGs).

Created these Ubuntu logo designs to have a wallpaper that'll match my tribal (Office&Adobe) icons - a bit different in style than the stuff I did before, but I hope you still like it! :)


Well, it looks like it's the wrong section... ;)
But as there's no section for Ubuntu OS etc., I thought this might still be the most fitting one for release...


P.S.:
If you want to try out Ubuntu, but don't want to mess around with your Windows system too much,
here are some links that could help (it's what I did and it worked fine for me):

[link]
(installs Ubuntu in a folder on your harddrive, you won't need an extra partition/harddrive for it)

[link]
(explains how to set up "compiz fusion" for the effects and "emerald" for the look - it's a German site, but all you need is the code on the page to copy in your terminal window and the entry for the "Sitzungen"(German)="Sessions"(English) window. If you have an ATI graphic card, just leave out the Nvidia commands)
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I was just messing around with making the elements in Photoshop. I chose to play with the Ubuntu logo just for fun. Go GNU/Linux!
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