You just can't find darth maul blinky pictures.
I have a strong hatred of KDE
My current fad for avatars and specially on this forum is a variation of the Linux penguins. There are avatars that I really admire, especially the ones of the admins and the mods of this forum. One's that I have tried to copy but am unable to emulate, my skills at gimp being very amateur at best... But I like the one that I have now...
I've lit a lamp in many a storm...
Currently, I have the free speech flag as my avvy (the hex codes for the colors plus the "C0" make the HD-DVD processing key). I previously had a green electric jellyfish thing I learned how to make in Photoshop ages ago. I can't make it in GIMP because I don't have a chrome filter. I also have a blue jelly as my flash drive's icon.
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I made my avatar on this forum and on Arch's forum. On Cafelinux's, though, I took a picture of a red panda and cropped it, since it was so cute. ^_^'
But most of the time I make my avatars, nothing too fancy though
Software should be smart, not clever
I always make my own. Currently, my avatars on various forums are:
He that would make his own liberty secure must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty he establishes a precedent that will reach to himself.
I sometimes draw random, abstract things with Gimp and use those for an avatar, if I think the result represents my current state of the mind in some abstract way. Most of time, though, I use pictures I find from the Internet -- sometimes with my own modifications.
The current (incredibly cute) avatar I found from the Internet and just added the text under the image
I find a cool wallpaper and with my magical powers twist and form it into a shape recognizable in most places as my avatar. Oh, did I mention I add at times things to my avatars?
Educate men without faith and you make them clever devils
Educate men without Linux, then yeah, the opposite happens
Let Chakra guide the way