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Just a simple monitor icon
hope you like it. :peace:

Update: Fix a few things on the icon and added a png with empty center.

For non-commercial use only.

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RudeBoySes Featured By Owner May 7, 2011
beautiful, lovely lighting!
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beyecixramd Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010   Digital Artist
Nevermind, it doesn't fit my needs, the aspect ratio is pretty weird :P (too wide for me)
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murasaki55 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010
i purposely used HD resolution. :P
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beyecixramd Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010   Digital Artist
yes, yes, i know xD, my wallpapers (at least most of them) aren't really HD ready, so it would be pointless to leave a transparent area in both sides, or instead, to cut part of the wallpaper :) (and ugly xD)

good icon though, i like it.

i think i'm going to make an icon like.... right now, maybe this time it will be better :)
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murasaki55 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010
it would be better if you make a wall pack with many resolutions instead, that way, you don't have to worry about the size and as well to make it available for larger number of people. ;)
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beyecixramd Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010   Digital Artist
That's what i usually do, but not all my packs have HD resolutions xD, i mean, they're not widely used, like the 4:3 res and 5:4. And it's a real pain to export to several resolutions. I have to resize them, and then rename. God...

i think i should make a script which does that automatically (If you do a wallpaper, basing it on a 4:3 resolution, to change the ratio, you actually have to cut parts of the wallpaper so it doesn't look weird, centering it, that's pretty easy i think...)
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murasaki55 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010
yeah, that's mostly the problem when making size for HDs. And so i always started at a high res of 2560x1600 because before most people are requesting sizes of 2560x1440 on my walls. This way i only have to cropped out the sides and resize it to fit with other res. :XD:
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beyecixramd Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010   Digital Artist
previously, i did my wallpapers with a 2560 x 2048 res, but there's a problem, because i'm on a nettop, and that's simply too much for it xD it takes AGES to render the stuff, opposed to 1600 x 1280, where it is almost instant (even faster with 1024 x 768, but that's shit xD) so as soon i get my pc back, i'll be doing 2560 x 2048 again. (Also, this screen [i'm on the living room TV] has XGA as max (1024 x 768), not very comfortable, but i can still do stuff there)
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murasaki55 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010
1024x768.. that sucks. :(
Glad you were able to sort out things on that res. :)
I don't know if i'll be able to survive with that very little screen. :fear:
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beyecixramd Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2010   Digital Artist
since my previews for all wallpapers suck big time... can i use this in my future wallpapers?

it would be great to show how the wallpaper would fit on the screen. I tried to make a screen once, but failed misserably :) (I'm going to use the icon now, if you don't want me to use it, just send me a note and i'll remove it inmediately, thanks!)
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