05 January 2007

Satanic Fedora

I am fully aware this break a lot of guidelines and I do NOT think even for a second to propose it as a concept for Fedora themes.
I guess it is good to use next time when someone call our themes "dark, satanic, gothic, death metal and futuristic" as a comparison so I can reply: "Look, this is dark, satanic, gothic, death metal".

satanic fedora


Source available on my Fedora Wallpapers page (do not try to render it with Firefox 2.0).

Note: Abusive use of blur really pushes the edges of Inkscape develpment branch, a very serious hit on performance.

3 comments:

  1. couldn't you use circular gradients instead of blur here?
    i think that blur is useful, but many times circular gradient is good enough. blur is only enough if you want to get a "blur" effect for every letter of a word for instance.

    like make "fedora" blur. but for making a circle blur, circular gradient (color in the center, transparency on the outset) is good enough IMHO (and much faster).

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  2. Sure, most of the blur effects could be faked, but I could not stop playing with this brand new Inkscape feature.

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  3. If your gonna call something satanic at least get your imagery right. Your pentagram is completely wrong. Do some research would ya.

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