It seems that one of my most popular posts is the Fractal Wallpaper collection I created a couple years ago, so I made a few more while experimenting with colors and perspective.
I’ve noticed that some of the most popular terms and posts here are those relating to fractals. Since I want to give what people want, I’ve created yet another fractal wallpaper free to download and use.
A few weeks ago, I was taking a few pictures of the cats outside when one photo caught my eye. I just loved the composition, so I decided to edit it a bit and turn it into a wallpaper.
One of my hobbies in Photoshop is to just experiment with ideas and the plethora of tools available in the application. And when you’ve created as many c4ds as I have, you just have to see how you can incorporate a few of them into a wallpaper.
And that’s just what I’m making available for download, today. A “Substance” Wallpaper, using two of my many c4ds, a pattern that I created, and a few adjustment layers. Enjoy!
I’ve really been getting into Apophysis 3D, and found a really cool technique that I decided to turn into a wallpaper. So here’s a wallpaper with pretty lights and splash effects all over it. To download, right click the link to the wallpaper of your choice and click “save link as…”
In an effort to increase activity, I’ve decided to include downloads for those who aren’t that interested in graphic design. One of those is wallpaper for your desktop. Here is a set of fractal wallpaper, each a different design and color, in two sizes, normal and widescreen. To download, right click the link to the wallpaper of your choice and click “save link as…”