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    What would make this picture appropriate for an Ubuntu release?

    So, I worked on this a couple of weeks ago. I love it but am wondering what would make it Ubuntu ready/Desktop friendly to submit to the Ubuntu art/desktop images group.

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    Re: What would make this picture appropriate for an Ubuntu release?

    I'm not an artist (and I think it's very good!), but:

    • You might want to tone down the colours a bit. Purple, purple, green made my eyes hurt a bit when I set it as my wallpaper.
    • More stars, maybe? I don't know, personal preference.
    • Might want to reconsider the naming ('fetish1.jpg' ?!)


    Good luck!

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    Re: What would make this picture appropriate for an Ubuntu release?

    Well, consider that most of the included wallpapers are wonderful photos​ or paintings that include the corresponding animal.

    Keep that in mind.
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    Re: What would make this picture appropriate for an Ubuntu release?

    Quote Originally Posted by hakermania View Post
    Well, consider that most of the included wallpapers are wonderful photos​ or paintings that include the corresponding animal.
    So maybe a salamander peeking around from behind the tree?

    Personally I love the colors, but then, color is a very subjective thing.
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