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BLU Wallpaper by FireEsper BLU Wallpaper by FireEsper
An exercise in simplicity and illustrative detail inspired by Valve's Team Fortress 2 visual style.

Unreal Tournament font © Rah'Dick
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BlackGryph0n Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2011
WOW! Is this a vector?! I hope I get this good one day... Do you use Inkscape? :confused:
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FireEsper Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2011
Thank you! No need for flattery though, from what I can see on your profile you're already way better than me. ;)

It's not vector, actually: it's all simple raster shapes in Photoshop, passed through a couple dozen layers and effects (especially visible on the logo there). I don't work with vector graphics, but I'm planning to pick it up sometime soon.

Thanks for recommending Inskape, too!
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BlackGryph0n Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2011
Not flattery at all! I have ideas, but I still have a lot to learn when it comes to vectors as I am very very new to them! I am OK with photoshop, but I have been using that for years! :D I thought this was a vector because the lines where so clean! (Though I suppose you could have used shapes. :shrug: ) I have a hard time drawing clean, stright lines in Photoshop, (Probably cause I don't have a tablet.) So I am very happy to have discovered Inkscape! You should definitely give it a try if you haven't yet!! :nod:
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FireEsper Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2011
You're looking good, don't stop!

But, I can't draw to save my life: everything here is an equivalent of making a rectangular selection and pressing "fill", something that I'm sure would make any good vector artist bang their head against the wall, while this one - [link] - would make them want to jump off a roof.

I think in any program where you can work with different layers and add and subtract shapes, you can do the same. I'll definitely give Inkspace a shot.
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