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...a futuristic, stylish abstract wallpaper in 7 colour version!

That's the 2nd wallpaper pack in this week from me. I like this even more than previous! :nod:
I used an interesting technique to make the waves, it's actually easy to do it :)

Package content: 1 wallpaper in 7 colour versions, each one in widescreen & normal resolutions.

I hope you like this one too! :nod:

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License
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Wow! Relaxing, Thank you.
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cyogesh56's avatar
Using your Wallpapers to create awesome themes for Nokia S40 320x240 phones & I'll also feature you & credit you in my post. Thanks for walls! I'll notify u when I create that post.
thanks a lot for this [link]
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SchallaArt's avatar
Simple but Awesome :P New background on my ubuntu@thinkpad r500 :) Looks Beatiful. :) Fav
JR007's avatar
outstanding mate!
Gor0n's avatar
Beautiful, awesome work bro :D
:star: Featured on iconpaper [link]
GMS0623's avatar
yay! i love this :)
skeletorfw's avatar
this is awesome!
love it
Vathanx's avatar
Thank you very much :nod: :)
new desktop background! thanks, really great!
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Thanks a lot :D
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OtisBee's avatar
after two days of having this as a thumbnail in my message center i finally decided to click on it.
...and boy what a surprise.
i never would have guessed that it would make this much of a difference, but seeing it in fullview now is like entering a whole new world.

amazing quality and vibrant colors there, Ryan.
perfectly executed and beautiful to look at.
...and i'm talking about the wallpapers and not the preview image this time. :D
Vathanx's avatar
Hahha! :D
Thank you Otis :thanks:
I used here a cool trick to get more colours (depth)

As I'm practically always working with Adjustment Layers this works the best: I'm making image in standard 8bit colour mode (to speed up the performance), when the image is ready to render I change the colour mode to 16bit which unbelievably enhance the colour quality (and lower the performance of the PS :D) then I render image, next I lower it's colours mode back to 8bit - and it keeps all the important parts of image untouched. I shall show you a compare image here: 8bit Mode: [link] 16bit Mode: [link] :)
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that's very impressive.
only a few clicks but a very great difference indeed.
thanks. :salute:
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