Not sure what this is. Seems I have made a cube with lines sticking out of it.
This is a glowing jigsaw piece.
This wallpaper features some Japanese temple roofs from Kyoto. The sky was added after.
This wallpaper features some stairs from a temple in Kyoto. I forget which. I like it and I was trying different amounts of darkness. I may make another version of it with a lot more black.
This is a torii (shrine gate). It is the floating gate of Itsukushima Shrine in Hiroshima Bay. The torii is supposed to be floating because it’s located a hundred meters or so out to sea and when the tide is high it “floats”. If you’re interested you can read about it on Wikipedia here.
I got the idea for this wallpaper after spending hours and hours watching a program to load on some site or other.
A skyscraper looming up into the sky. This is actually a building in Hiroshima.
I made a red hot metal brick! Go me!
This is another attempt at a hallway with red doors.
Someone asked me if I could make a wallpaper with red doors running down a black hallway. This is what I came up with.
I’ve gone back to a simple wallpaper. A red triangle with reflection. I found a great tutorial for the triangle here. I only did the first part of the tutorial. I want to try the rest later.
A flashlight picking out the edge of a dark cave. What’s just out of sight? Ooooohhhh! Scary!
I hadn’t made a space themed wallpaper for a while. This is what a moon off Jupiter would look like if Jupiter was red, and the moon was red, and space was red. You get the idea.
This is a first attempt wallpaper. I think it will require a second try. It’s an origami crane floating on water. I made all of the segments then added bevel, shadow and texture. Not bad but I think I can do better when I have more time.
I’ve made a lot of wallpapers recently that I have no idea what they are. Sometimes I start out with an idea and sometimes I just play with filters. Today I’ve ended up with this. I felt it looked like a city on a dark sea.
Some dark clouds, a few trees, a bolt of lightning and you have a pretty impressive wallpaper.
I wasn’t sure what wallpaper to make today. I was messing round with filters and I ended up with the background. I added a pinch and it looked like something had hit it so I added a planet. Et voila.
Someone asked me if I had any wallpapers with lava. I didn’t. I had a go. I like it but I think I can do better. I’ll try again later.
I called this wallpaper wavy glass because that’s what it reminds me of.
This is the same sunset as Tuesday’s wallpaper. I added a reflection (actually, my camera had a reflection setting) and voila.
This is actually a real photo. There was quite a nice sunset the other day and, once a few filters had been added, it made a rather good wallpaper.
This is another wallpaper that I made with random steps and I have no idea what I was aiming for or what I ended up with. I called it ghost tower because it vaguely looks like a dark spirit descending a tower.
I have no idea what this is or what to call it so I ended up calling it trail because it looks like the trail left through space after some kind of vehicle has passed through. It is a basic red brush stroke with motion blur, inner shadow, bevel and a few other layers with different filters. Odd but nice.
I’m quite proud of this. It’s the road to Hell. I took a stone floor and then inverted the colors and altered the levels to give me a greater contrast. Then I used the background eraser to remove parts of the mortar from between the stones. A red background gave an awesome firey appearance. Not bad.
I have no idea what this wallpaper is. I made a curved black bit in a red bit. Then I added noise to the black bit, a touch of bevel, added a concrete image as an overlay layer and stuck on a slight red outer glow. It ended up looking a little like a piece of railway. Hence the title.
Sorry there was a five month break after the last wallpaper. I had a baby. Well… my wife did. I think I’m back now though.
This wallpaper is a tree reflected in a lake.