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Deviation Spotlight

Green With Envy by bit-weird, visual art

Deviation Spotlight

Desktop as of 14-04-09 by bit-weird, visual art

Artist // Design & Interfaces
  • United Kingdom
  • Deviant for 15 years
  • He / Him
Llama: Llamas are awesome! (1)
My Bio
Current Residence: Sheffield, England.
Favourite genre of music: 80's, Alternative, Rock, Metal, German Industrial Metal...
Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium.
MP3 player of choice: Anything above 15 GB and MediaMonkey.
Wallpaper of choice: Constantly changing.
Personal Quote: ..."you were testing their brakes, they clearly don't work".

Favourite Visual Artist
[See favourite movie]
Favourite Movies
You expect me to choose?
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Franz Ferdinand, Muse, Rammstein, Deathstars, System of a Down, Cradle of a Filth, Godsmack, ...
Favourite Writers
Douglas Adams, Isaac Asimov, ...
Favourite Games
Tomb Raider.
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Paint.NET v3.36, GIMP, FastStone Image Viewer, Pro/Desktop 8, SE K800i, Wacom Volito2, trowel.
Other Interests
Geeking over the Internet, archaeology, quest for knowledge.


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It’s been a while of no deviating, rare amounts of activity and realisation of many things in life, one of which was my gallery. I thought I’d have a gander at what was up there, the poorly written descriptions and how little views they have, and in doing such I saw the abomination that they were. So that had to change. In light of this, all wallpapers have been updated to the 21st Century using the latest graphic editing technology, therefore now, before you here, are swanky, antialised pieces of art and grammatically corrected descriptions for the pleasure of your eyes. ‘But, wait’ I hear you cry aloud, ‘they are
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I've never done a journal here before, I've tried blogging and that didn't work out as there was nothing really to update it with, so that was a waste. At least on dA I have other things to keep me here like my semi-cool wallpapers and the art by others, so I was going to wait to write something profound and exhilarating, of which I think this constitutes as such. So without further ado below are my published GCSE results: Art and Design - A Design and Technology: Product Design - A Applied Science (double qualification) - A A Mathematics - B History - A* English Language - A English Literature - A Geography - A I know it doesn't loo
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Hi! That smurf is great, heh. Listen, I don't mean to bother you, but I followed a link to you here from the Paint.NET forums, where I am not yet a member. Since I am here, I wonder if I could ask a question? I'm really interested in learning more about Paint.NET, but I've been a Photoshop man since waaaay back with PS 5.5 and as such I am a bit set in my ways. I would rather switch to a quality freeware editor like GIMP or Paint.NET instead of upgrading from CS4 to CS5. My question is this: is there a way to either a) import or b) convert my custom PS presets like brushes, swatches, custom shapes, my Layer Styles from a PS-recognized format into a p.N file? If so, could you give me a hint? I'm sure most things I mentioned can be easily recreated in paint.NET but I really want to preserve my library of Styles. I can't figure out how to do it in GIMP, and I'm not really a fan of that app anyway, so I was happy to learn about this program.

tl;dr -
love the smurf
can PS presets be made to use in paint.NET?
Sorry for the awesome giant comment but you don't know me so I didn't want to just randomly PM you.
Hey there. Thanks for the fave on the tenth. Sorry about the late reply. ;)
hey mydrin it revenge from pdn forums :D i have one image on my d.a :D
Thanks for the fav! :D
You've been added Myrddin.