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Peyote Inversion (I've been playing with GIMP)

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Acer C7 Chromebook - ChrUbuntu (Ubuntu 13.04 with the Fluxbox Window Manager)
Wbar - Black Pearl Icons
Conky - NS Clock (modified)
Wallpaper - Peyote Inversion (my own)
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I love it! :D ------ Playing with Gimp is fun, isn't it?
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Thanks.  Ha, it was you and LKJ that inspired me to give it a try!
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LOL.. LKJ tutorial did it for me ...:lol:  pissnaround.deviantart.com/jou…

I'm glad you tried, it's fun :nod:
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LKJ's tutorial taught me everything I know.  It changed my life.  :laughing:
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cglucidProfessional Digital Artist
Thats dark. How's the workflow? (Dark themes are so hard, what with the font and the backgrounds)
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Yeah, well it's my lame attempt at making some art with GIMP lol.  Acutally, I am using it on my desktop at work and it is pretty nice as a background.  My desktop is completely filled with open terminals all day which I have to set transparent so I can see windows behind them.  So what little I actually see of it is nice.  I am going to be getting dual monitors soon so that will make my desktop a little less crowded.  
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cglucidProfessional Digital Artist
Cool! I'm actually getting dual monitors too. You should make themes that look good in dual monitors.

And we all start from somewhere. I think it's well done. it goes with your style: dark yet serene
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Yeah that would be a good idea.  I just finished putting the computer all together.  Oh so many connections and cables.  It all seems to work though so I must have done it right lol.
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cglucidProfessional Digital Artist
That's good. It's tough putting computers together here cuz it's so dusty. Usually the ram causes trouble and I have to clean everything. Specially the fans.
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Do you have much trouble with static electricity?  I don't seem to be getting shocked when I touch metal, at least right now.  It will probably change when winter starts to dry everything out.
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cglucidProfessional Digital Artist
Oddly no. And the house I live in isn't very well grounded. Sometimes I use latex gloves when I wanna feel profesional though ^^
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Latex gloves, does that reduce static electricity?  They have a special anti-static coating on the floor where I work so there is not tiny lightning bolt from my finger when I touch a door knob, which is nice lol.
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what a dark shot !!
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