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Ever stare at your desktop icons and think this looks like hieroglyphics? Well here you go!
Using the gears I designed for the Clockwork theme of my website, I put together a clockwork desktop background.
Late 1800's/early 1900's stock ticker. Stock tickers used to be used as symbols of success. I created the model from scratch, so I will definitely use it again, to make up for the time it took to make.
I like this one on my desktop, the windows open like they are part of the scene. This image holds the record for crashing my computer, the mushrooms had a few too many polygons.
I really like this one as a background on my desktop. It's easier on the eyes than you might first expect.
Stick it to your desktop. I've always wanted to do a close-up push pin. I might make a series of items like this.
With this on my desktop, it looks like my monitor is giving in to the heat, and melting back into a whirlpool.
Another beach scene, probably the best so far. I like beach scenes on my desktop, so don't expect this to be the last.
Highlight the icons on your desktop with a spotlight!
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