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Hey there, /w/. Was wondering if I could get some opinions on my first attempts at making my own wallpaper? First time posting here, so I apologize if this is not the proper board for this type of thing.
I've got four versions of what I made, but am not entirely confident in the quality of two of them, which I'll point out. I would really appreciate any critiques/advice/suggestions at all.
Pic is what inspired me to make my own. I saw it in a thread last night, so thanks random anon.
Also, general nature wallpaper thread.
Image Modification Thread #160
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THIS IS THE IMAGE MODIFICATION THREAD (IMT)
Welcome to IMT
We are here to help. All wallpaper and image modification requests are welcome, within reason.
? Anyone who offers to help is doing so on their own time, so don't forget to thank them.
? Always do a reverse image search before posting an image.
? Explain your request as best you can.
? Don't take it personally if your request is skipped or overlooked.
? We do these requests for free, please don't redistribute these for upvotes or the sort elsewhere.
? There is a separate thread for vectors, please take vector requests there.
? Removing the background from an image is a RENDER, NOT a vector.
? Refrain from arguing about the "RENDER" word, it's just a slang for removing the background.
? Be polite and try to use proper spelling.
? Feel free to shower us with critique.
? Images SMALLER than 480x600 pixels are not allowed. (100000x599 or 479x100000 will not work)
? Supported file types are: GIF, JPG, PNG
? Maximum file size allowed is 6 MB.
? Maximum resolution is 10000x10000
? Thanks /wg/ for this copypasta
Return of the Minimalist Threads #3
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>What is minimalism?
Minimalism involves taking images and reducing them down to basic colors and removing most features. Most wallpapers will not include shadowing or faces, but this is subjective.
>Guide to Making Your Own
Use either Illustrator or Inkscape (both are free if you know what I mean).
1) Do not post images with incredibly intricate designs, vague or conflicting colors, or undefined edges, these make minimalizing very difficult
2) Be sure to thank the artist!
1) Always upload as 1080p PNGs, try and post transparents too
2) Look over other people's works! We need good criticism if we want to improve!