[Design-team] mosaico perspective mockups
jayme at jaymeayres.com
Thu Aug 6 12:58:42 UTC 2009
I think this proposal is very simple since the original file, is in
the idea and concept, but is very simple wallpaper for the
distribution. Not that "simple" can not be stylish but since it was
chosen, I think there are better proposals. Beyond that, even with the
modifications of Mo is still vibrate the desktop icons.
2009/8/6 Charlie Brej <fedora-art at brej.org>:
> On 06/08/09 08:50, Martin Sourada wrote:
>> On Thu, 2009-08-06 at 09:35 +0200, Jaroslav Reznik wrote:
>>> On Thursday 06 August 2009 08:35:50 Nicu Buculei wrote:
>>>> On 08/06/2009 04:40 AM, Máirín Duffy wrote:
>>>>> As per Paul's suggestion to try to modify the perspective of María's
>>>>> mosaico designs to make it vibrate a little less with icons on the
>>>>> desktop, I did some experimentation today in Inkscape with perspective.
>>>>> The source SVG is in the directory as well. The two gimp ones I just
>>>>> poked around at in the gimp, I didn't do too much with them so I didn't
>>>>> bother uploading the source.
>>>> I like *a lot* what you did there! But far my faves are
>>>> wallpaper-mosaico6b_mo and wallpaper-mosaico6c_mo, hard to decide which
>>>> one of them. At the same time, I don't really care about the GIMP
>>>> transformation, so I would forget about that.
>>> Indeed, I like it a lot too so +1 for wallpaper-mosaico6b_mo, 6c_mo I think is
>>> too much blurry.
>> I like the concept behind 6c the most, but I agree it's too much blurry.
>> Best looking are IMHO 6b and 6. I'd also suggest deviating from the
>> tiled style.
> I like 6c the best too, I dont think the overblurrynes is a problem, but reather
> that some dark blue tiles have a sharp edge sitting on blurry backgrounds. That
> confuses my eyesso to how far they are. I think just making the dark blue tiles
> as blurry would fix that. Also notice in the very upper right corner there is
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