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Piecing together bliss. :)
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:iconhit3k:
HiT3K Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2005
Ubuntu ubuntu ubuntu! nice res.. i envy you.. nice bash as well
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2005
Indeed! However, though you couldn't tell, the screenshot is not Ubuntu - it's Debian!
I run Ubuntu now, but frankly it doesn't look very much different ;) Thanks man :D
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:iconhit3k:
HiT3K Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2005
Its based off the same system
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2005
Indeed it is :D
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suppimen Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2005  Student
Hay Ubuntu rox^^ I use it too.
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2005
Hey, thanks for commenting man! Ubuntu all the way :D
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:iconcyberderf:
cyberderf Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2005
thanks for answering !!
any idea of which filter from photoshop that could do similar effect ?
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2005
Any time :)
I am not a photoshop user... though I found this howto: [link]
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:iconcyberderf:
cyberderf Featured By Owner Aug 19, 2005
great shapes, lot of style and taste

i see you added a 'screened lines' effect to your rendering. can you tell us which filter(s) did you use to do this ?
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Aug 20, 2005
Why thank you, cyberderf! :D
I am not entirely about the 'screened lines' you refer to, as the image in the screenshot appears smooth to me. However, I do believe I know what you're talking about, as the finished versions at [link] and [link] do have an alternating pixel lines effect. I did this simply by using The Gimp's "Stripes Fine" pattern fill on a layer behind the subject image.
Hope this answers your question. If not, let me know! :)
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ScislaC Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
whatever Mr. "look at my fancy widescreen desktop" =) j/k Oh, I dig the bg in your bash too...

I really need to get into blender.
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2005
Hey, why not? I can :D - and it's a laptop, not a desktop ;)
I should post a new one some time... mmm, maybe some gaming shots :plotting:

Thanks, and that background is [link]
Go blender!
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:iconvozzz:
vozzz Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2004  Professional Filmographer
upload the pic you have there.
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2004
Will do :)
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:iconvozzz:
vozzz Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2004  Professional Filmographer
Hm... interesting choice of programs there. Is the gimp any good? And what about blender? Have you uploaded that wallpaper yet?
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2004
I'm pretty sure the Gimp and Blender are the two most mature graphics apps in the open source world. I highly reccomend them, I've used them along with inkscape practically exclusively for everything in my gallery! I'm planning a tutorial on using them together with inkscape to make wallpapers for my next major deviation, so stay tuned! :)
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vozzz Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2004  Professional Filmographer
What about compared to Photshop and Cinema 4d?
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:iconchromakode:
Chromakode Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2004
I haven't used either extensively, so I can't make a real comparison between the two. It's up to you to decide :)
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