Thursday, December 29, 2011

Good Bye 2011

The end of the year is upon us. Good, bad or indifferent it is almost time to wave good-bye to 2011 and say hello to 2012. A new year with new opportunities for everyone. What shall we make of it? Guess we will have to wait and see.

Until then I'd like to share a wallpaper that I made tonight. I found a tutorial but it called for finding pictures of planets, sky and mountains and I didn't want to have to hunt for copyright compliant photos to use so I just made all the elements my self. Feel free to snag it if you want.

Wishing you blessings in the new year!

LG

4 comments:

  1. Wow!! Simply gorgeous! What a way to bid farewell to 2011 and introduce the new year!

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  2. Martijn van WaverenApril 24, 2012 at 2:02 PM

    Hi Ladygirl,

    I am a spare time writer and about to self-publish my first book online (for free). I have been looking for inspiration for a front cover for quite some time now and I really like your wallpaper of this planet and sky. It is so stylish and well-made, and as my novel is science fiction it is also very appropriate!

    Unfortunately I have no idea what the difference between scrap kits and tubes are, and therefore I'm not sure how you stand on this graphic being used for these purposes, so I wanted to ask if you would be happy for me to use your creation as a front cover for my book at all (with possible small alterations, e.g. adjusting shape)? It would be a great honour!

    Many thanks,
    Martijn

    P.S. let me know if you need to discuss further, or want me to contact you another way.

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  3. I would be honored and would love to see how it looks. Sorry so late in replying...I hope I'm not too late!

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  4. Martijn van WaverenSeptember 3, 2012 at 3:50 PM

    Hi LadyGirl,

    Unfortunately I had already published my book by the time you replied. Many thanks for your consent though; it is really appreciated! Who knows? - if I am in need of another cover I might just check in here again!

    Kind Regards,
    Martijn

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