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Architecture Anonymous 12/01/02(Mon)22:50 No. 76813 [Reply]
76813

File 132554102237.jpg - (1.48MB , 1920x1080 , wallpaper-1103072.jpg )

Architecture fascinates me, especially the Art Deco and American styles from the 1940s and 50s, but anything will do.

I'll post a few to get started.

PS - The buildings in BioShock get me hard.


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Anonymous 12/09/18(Tue)05:06 No. 77683
77683

File 134793756956.jpg - (140.77KB , 1024x768 , tower1.jpg )

I love the design of the Saint Jacques tower, too bad I can't find any high definition close ups.


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Anonymous 12/09/18(Tue)07:09 No. 77684

Dou I spy Pompidou?


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Anonymous 14/03/28(Fri)17:03 No. 78581

http://mappinggothic.org/

Not Saint Jacques...but a huge load of similar buildings, mainly in France and England. Loads of mesmerizingly huge pics.
Mostarchitecture Friends should really like it.




Anonymous 14/02/23(Sun)15:36 No. 78494 [Reply]
78494

File 139316621124.jpg - (132.95KB , 1280x800 , 1393135099803.jpg )

somebody has this wallpapaer? thanks


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Anonymous 14/02/24(Mon)02:07 No. 78496
78496

File 139320404028.png - (974.18KB , 3840x2160 , 1393174656305.png )

>>78495

thanks a lot bro, that looks very nice, 10/10

also, I posted a request on 4chin /w/ and some anon made me a new one


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Anonymous 14/02/24(Mon)09:19 No. 78498
78498

File 139322994028.png - (683.32KB , 4245x2376 , 1393171337139-color_fix.png )

>>78496

>>78495 here,I patched up some of the shoddy color fragments that the anon left behind, in case that bothered you.

Cheers.


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Anonymous 14/02/24(Mon)13:55 No. 78499

>>78498

thanks bro, it looks great




Nice beach Anonymous 12/09/30(Sun)13:27 No. 77695 [Reply]
77695

File 134900444949.jpg - (379.01KB , 1521x1141 , Cayo.jpg )

http://youtu.be/f_Bk75zSmJI?hd=1


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Anonymous 12/12/24(Mon)22:48 No. 77971

>>77696
"The south" is really vague. I've lived in Florida where the beach had water that clear. Unfortunately I have nothing relevant to contribute to this thread. :C


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Anonymous 13/01/19(Sat)07:40 No. 77986

>>77696
I lived in the south as well and I know well about that "murky" water, but I also have seen quite a few places where water is clear like that, they're rare yes but they do exist. Also the type of underlying sand seems to bring out water clarity I've found (bright quartz sand vs the usual southern dull brown dirt)


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anon 14/01/31(Fri)03:56 No. 78487

dude...that's like water in grand cayman.

Nothing special




Change Background Anonymous 12/08/09(Thu)17:18 No. 77485 [Reply]
77485

File 134452550987.jpg - (1.08MB , 3872x2592 , 1331280329268.jpg )

Can anybody change the Background of this wallpaper to a white or black...


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Anonymous 13/12/29(Sun)07:25 No. 78474

>>77688
relevant to my interests


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Anonymous 14/01/03(Fri)15:56 No. 78480

>>77688

photoshop, dude. you can select roughly the overall shape of the figure then use the "refine edge" option (I think it was introduced in CS4)

and >>77687 not bad but I think you can do better!


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Anonymous 14/01/03(Fri)16:03 No. 78481
78481

File 138876141933.jpg - (353.66KB , 862x864 , hair.jpg )

>>78480

but looking at the pic now it isn't that good for doing this. but I've achieved that.




Anonymous 13/12/30(Mon)06:30 No. 78477 [Reply]
78477

File 138838143863.jpg - (252.06KB , 1280x1024 , Guilty Gear - Bridget (butterfly).jpg )

can we get a Bridget wallpaper thread going. back in the day someone posted a ton of here and can't seem to find them anymore.




2014 Anonymous 13/12/12(Thu)12:55 No. 78464 [Reply]
78464

File 138684931721.jpg - (359.54KB , 600x800 , 1.jpg )

NEW YEAR 2014 WALLPAPERS PACK
1920x1080
100 pct
101 mb
wallpaperz.n.nu




Awesome wallpaper Awesome wallpaper 12/03/20(Tue)20:36 No. 77046 [Reply]
77046

File 133227221958.jpg - (958.95KB , 1920x1080 , test.jpg )

u like bros?


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Anonymous 12/03/28(Wed)07:54 No. 77075

>>77050
you've just been trolled by somebody who can't spell the word 'watch'.


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sage sage 13/12/05(Thu)22:27 No. 78457
78457

File 138627883230.png - (760.69KB , 1700x2200 , philosol_JJ_PNG.png )

This wallpaper board will be a fine home for my image.


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Anonymous 13/12/05(Thu)22:53 No. 78458

>>78457
this is fantastic




Anonymous 12/10/16(Tue)21:30 No. 77711 [Reply]
77711

File 135041585257.jpg - (141.28KB , 2030x1084 , R6878-USA Flag.jpg )

POST 'MURICA WALLPAPS!!


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Anonymous 12/10/16(Tue)21:34 No. 77713
77713

File 135041609082.jpg - (2.81MB , 4800x3140 , united_states_wall_2002_us.jpg )

IT'SA MAP!!


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Anonymous 12/10/16(Tue)21:37 No. 77714
77714

File 135041621911.jpg - (285.16KB , 1059x769 , Mountcarmelfire04-19-93-o.jpg )

WACO!!!


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Anonymous 13/11/24(Sun)05:04 No. 78446
78446

File 138526586684.jpg - (1.10MB , 1920x1080 , The Benjamins.jpg )

all About the Benjamin




Anonymous 13/11/23(Sat)14:03 No. 78445 [Reply]
78445

File 138521182420.png - (1.63MB , 1920x1080 , wolverine wallpaper.png )

A wallpaper I made today, just wanted to share, enjoy.




Screen Resolution Survey Anonymous 11/03/14(Mon)20:58 No. 74008 [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
74008

File 130013271478.jpg - (783.33KB , 1280x1024 , 1284030527272.jpg )

I'm planning on making some wallpapers, but need know what the most common screen res is. It's no good saying blow them up or shrink them down after, because that can reduce quality. There's also the aspect ratio issue when changing from (for example) 1920x1080 (16:9) to 1680x1050 (16:10).

All Google did is tell me some out of date statistics about 1024x768 even when I searched for 2009, 2010, etc.


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Anonymous 13/10/02(Wed)03:38 No. 78416

>>74008
1366x768
1920x1080

But when I download wallpapers I try to find much higher resolutions (still the same 16:9 aspect ratio though), then scale them down.


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Anonymous 13/11/13(Wed)16:03 No. 78442

If possible, make the wallpaper in a 16:10 aspect ratio, but have some padding on the sides and top that isn't really the focal point of the wallpaper. For instance, for the wallpaper in OP's post, the clouds, the starry sky, the ground, etc. would extend to fill the rest of the 16:10 aspect ratio.

As for the resolution, 1920x1080 is common, but the most common now is probably 1366x768, with nearly every cheap to mid-range laptop having a screen with it, but making the wallpaper in some ridiculously large resolution (say: 3840x2400) and scaling it down is probably the best bet, unless there are small details. Then probably making it in a smaller resolution would be better.

tl;dr

>Make wallpaper in 16:10 with padding along sides/top to allow for scaling down to 16:9

>Make in absurdly large resolution, then have end-user scale down.

At least, these are the guidelines I follow


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Listed in order from most to least used Anonymous 13/11/14(Thu)03:50 No. 78443

(I also have a laptop with dual external displays at work, but am unsure about size and resolution of those. Doesn't matter, I'm sticking with default company wallpaper on them.)

1280x800 (10.1-inch tablet.)
1280x800 (13.3-inch laptop.)
2560x1440 (27-inch external display for laptop.)
1920x1080 (21-inch display for desktop. Currently not in use but will be again soon.)




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