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Thanks to sebuq and dispuser632 made this with krita.
Great thread! Qubes has an excellent logo design & the artistic wall papers are cool. Kudos to whoever posted the style guide.
Have you got the full size image?
Some wallpapers based on the current color scheme (except the blacklight version).
Cubes Blue with Accent Colors
Qubes Blue with Grayscal
Looking for nord colorscheme wallpapers
It’s a rework of the awesome OS background images atlas-ark made.
They made 25 different backgrounds in both dark and light for the most popular OS, sadly there wasn’t one for Qubes OS, so I had to use my limited GIMP skills to make one myself.
Are you using GIMP in Qubes?
What qualifies as a “nord” colorscheme?
What color scheme means for me is simply a sets of colors that for designing. There’s a lot of color scheme other than nord. Like dracula, solarized (actually is the same of @renehoj’s wallpaper color scheme).
Yes, you can install GIMP from the official repo in the Debian 11 template.
You are going to need an appVM with a bit of memory, I’m using 8 GB in my work qube and GIMP feels pretty much the same as if you run it in a traditional Linux.
Wow very dark
A tribute to the monolith in 2001. Its the first version of a 3D model, so imagine a starring background and view from Jupiter of aligned plannets. Throw in a Richard Strauss tone poem, and you get the picture.
You let the viewer generate the product while you relax. Mmm ingenious. It reminds me of certain social networks
c&g …or, just a concept for a wallpaper that went over like a lead balloon. Its not a look for everyone, its meant to be minimal. I am going to be adding to it in the future, to get something approximating the posters for 2001.
Blender guru has a good model for the earth, that has some design strategies that should help, and I’m looking around for a way to create the sun flare. Not a main-stream look, just something to have fun with.