Well, here's one of the largest wallpapers I have made and will most likely ever make. And, it's pretty easy to tell why it's so large...she is in space, after all. Ugh. Photoshop, why you have to be dumb? *To explain...* That nebula thing you see back there was originally a different color, but for some reason, whenever I saved it as a .png, it covered up the stars in the far background, making a very frustrated me. Changed the color though, still looks fairly good. But, I do say that about every one of my wallpapers.
Just pointing this out, daylight savings time has screwed me up. 7 a.m., the sun isn't even out; 7 p.m., the sun's still up. This is not the way things are supposed to be!
I hope you guys like this one. I spent a good 4+ hours spread over two days working on it. I really enjoy it, which seems to be a recurring theme lately with my wallpapers. Again, I guess for some reason I can't stay with one wallpaper design. I'll finish the rest of the text wallpapers sometime this week, if I don't make any new designs and upload them instead.
In other news
- Alright. One final down. One to go. Wish me luck on my Chem. final on Thursday.
- Did you guys know that there was a car named Octavia? Yeah, neither did I until I saw it today. The Skoda Octavia is apparently in its third generation now. Have a look: [link]
EDIT: There was a one or two pixel white line on the very left side of the wallpaper that I didn't notice until I put the wallpaper on my PS3 background. That white line is gone now and the wallpaper should be fine.
Well, I was going to continue with my text wallpapers, but last night, I just randomly thought to make a Luna Neon wallpaper, since I hadn't yet. Time to add another wallpaper to my personal favorites. This wallpaper turned out great in my opinion. And it better have, since I stayed up for awhile working on it instead of studying for my Spanish final. So, if I got a rough grade on it, this is the cause. -_-
Made this to capture the scene where Luna and Celestia task Twilight Sparkle with her test in the first episode of S3. The screenshot looks a bit different, but I'm not sure how to get the banding in the gradient and still have it look good.