As you may have noticed I’m currently working on a project of my own; something small to keep the engine running and the creative mind thinking. The Project is called 「UNIVERSE 7」– U7 will contain a set of 7 images, but as of now I will upload 3 images out of the 7. The remaining 4 images are currently under design process. However, as there will be 7 in total, there will be a duplication of each source. 7 will be watermarked, and the other set of 7 will be untouched; this decision may change. That being said, this is for those who much prefer to obtain an image without any visual interferences – in addition to that, the watermarks alone are an indication of the project and it’s maker (origin), but I do understand watermarks can be a bit of a drag; I’m quite picky myself, actually.
Not an overkill, nothing too fancy; something subtle and sophisticated. As I produce work of my own, I often contemplate on the idea of being a perfectionist, and how that alone can stagger my ability. So, I’ve set a side my pride of a perfectionist and I’ll accept what I’ve placed in front of me, knowing in the future to come I’ll progress even further.
So, these are 4 of the 7 sources I’m willing to share to you today.
A few experimental mock-ups for future projects. Checking Lock Screen Preferences. It seems like STILL is the most fitted preference used for wallpapers of such calibre. Red/Crimson coloured wallpaper is primarily vertical. The Blue/Emerald coloured wallpaper is primarily horizontal.
(if you’d like to see more on my Third/Last Year projects; this is the link)
This is/was primarily a test wallpaper that I had created a while back; made a few experimentation exports to see how wallpapers of a specific design would look on a specific dimension (it was for an Exhibition of which I also had my work presented in) – I really did like the idea and concept of what I was creating, so I saved this experimental test piece for the future (so I could advance with my idea).
I have now decided to use and merge my experimental piece with these mock-ups as a tests of what’s to come in the near future.