Kubuntu Gray-Matter (Multi Style)

Wallpapers Kubuntu

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Here is the Kubuntu logo that I made for myself using Maya + Photoshop. I plan on also adding a few other designs and will include some with kubuntu text added as well. You can also check my web site for updates at http://rmorg.org/random/ubuntuLogo/.

Last changelog:

13 years ago

2.0 -- I made the new wallpapers with much higher res models. Hope it looks better than the last version.

2.1 -- As requested I created a 1920x1200 Version. In the process of creating that I could still detect some polys around the edges so I re-modeled the inner parts again with even more polys.

trunker

12 years ago

What a fantastic piece of work, I'm envious and it took me 3 hours to find it again - it's now on my desktop.

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hephaesta2002

12 years ago

That looks so nice. I'm using it now.

Thank you.

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game-flea

13 years ago

Great work :) I have to download it after I get back home

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morg002

13 years ago

I released one of the 1920x1200 versions and will upload the other style later tonight. I also updated the inner logo geometry with even more polys so I plan on re-rendering the 1600x1200 images as the edges look even better now. =)

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nuka

13 years ago

thanks a lot, it is very nice.

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coolmcgrrr

13 years ago

Excellent Kubuntu wallpaper, went right on my desktop...
Keep up the good work

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nuka

13 years ago

can you make a 1920x1200 version?

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morg002

13 years ago

I decided to do more renders with higher res models as suggested. I hope everyone likes the new update. I tried to keep the style 1 render as much like the original style as possible. Let me know what everyone thinks. Comments are always appriciated. =)

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cmrocco

13 years ago

In the second of your two pics lt looks like your command line is running right on your desktop. It looks really cool! How do I do this?

Thanks

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StefanT

13 years ago

You can get this (nearly) with konsole also. Disable window decoration for the konsole window and set it to be on back always (done in the windowmanager settings).

Then in the konsole settings set background theme to transparent, disable scrollbars, and disable the border (the later is done in the konsole settings, first tab page). Voila.

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morg002

13 years ago

I do have the command line running directly on the desktop. :) You need to be using Eterm and devilspie to make it entirely transparent. You can check this link out here for more info on how to do this: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=36811&highlight=transparent+eterm

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diwakar

13 years ago

The HOWTO is for ubuntu, i mean it is for GNOME. what changes you made to adapt it to KDE desktop.

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x-a-n-a-x

13 years ago

Great 3D rendering, especially the light.

Though, you should increase the number of polygons on your model.
We clearly notice bad-looking edges on the logo. :-(

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emc2

13 years ago

excellent wallpaper, kubuntu user here.

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fyzix

13 years ago

I like it a lot!

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berberic

13 years ago

you should spend some more vertices.

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13 years ago

2.0 -- I made the new wallpapers with much higher res models. Hope it looks better than the last version.

2.1 -- As requested I created a 1920x1200 Version. In the process of creating that I could still detect some polys around the edges so I re-modeled the inner parts again with even more polys.

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