Here’s the iother variant I made
well, i made other variations but i really tried hard to pick up one and go with, kudu horns were my inspiration for this wallpaper
I’m seeing some really amazing submissions here folks, thank you so much for taking part and making Ubuntu a bit of your own. I’m excited to see what images we end up with!
This is my first time entering the competition so wish me luck! I call this wallpaper “Ubuntu Geometry”.
This is my final submission to the contest. I call it “Blastoff to Infinity”.
(CC BY-SA 4.0)
It was made in Blender 3.3 and inspired by this tutorial by Ducky3D: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YM8W6i-5h7A
Awesome job with image…!!
Which Open source programs…Blender, Inkscape…?
I used Procreate and Illustrator.
Hello everyone! This is my submission. I call it “A sun set in Madrid”. I hope you may find it captivating (as it was for me).
The full quality image is 4024x3016, this is just a cropped, widescreen
The license is CC BY 4.0
Edit: It was shot on a Samsung Galaxy S10 pro mode, and edited from Raw using RawTherapee. The output jpg was processed using Gimp, but I used Gimp merely as a file conversor TTIF > jpg.
@danielgalleguillos Nice art! What was your technique for making these in Blender? They look kind of like vectors
Thanks, Yes created only with Shader Editor Nodes and Render with Cycles Engine.
Great to see what you all are coming up with. Noting for the record that you are not required to use Ubuntu Orange and Canonical Purple. I’m liking the different styles you all are going after!
The view from Garry Point Park, Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. Called “The Fraser River delta in early afternoon”. CC BY-SA 4.0
May I ask which Camera did you use?
Here is the lossless version if anyone wants to try it: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AsLd9DeUpIxljDOxReEx7VtZ49zW
CC BY-SA 4.0