I’m going to start calling wallpapers after what they look like. Hence step block things.
An explosion. I found this great tutorial here. I only used half of it. I was going to go to the end but I liked it like this. And then I added more of a hue to keep it red.
I had no idea what this is but it did look a little like a bean.
Not much explanation needed here. Steps.
I have absolutely no idea what I’ve made here. It looked like a pear. That’s why I’ve called it pear. Duh.
A gully between rocks. I was a bit pressed for time. I think I can do better.
These are some candles on my marble floor.
This wallpaper is a picture of the sun from Saturn. It actually is. I went out there in my lunchbreak and took it!
The title kind of gives it away. Some squares.
An alien city. Well, Toronto, actually. And the alien land is a piece of rusty metal. Still, set your imagination free.
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!