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Square ONE Walls by OtisBee Square ONE Walls by OtisBee

upon request by ~Lustmusket3000 here's the matching wallpaper pack to the preview image of my Square ONE CAD skin.



the wallpaper comes in 2 different styles.
one with the dark banner-like streak as seen in the preview and the other one without it.

10 different resolutions are included:
  • 1024x768
  • 1152x864
  • 1280x800
  • 1280x960
  • 1280x1024
  • 1440x900
  • 1600x1200
  • 1680x1050
  • 1920x1200
  • and
  • 2560x1600


please be lenient towards me.
this is my first ever wallpaper release.

i hope you like it.




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viswatejaravuri Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014
its good.
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OtisBee Featured By Owner Feb 7, 2014   Interface Designer
glad you think that way.
thanks!
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Taichou-Henk Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012
Thanks for this awesome background!
I have been using it for a long time, but never actually knew it was yours!
Found it in some wallpaper pack which I can;t find anymore..
But it really is very nice, and I will give props where it is due ;)
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OtisBee Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012   Interface Designer
damn, this is about the 3rd or 4th time that someone is telling me that one of my wallpapers can be downloaded elsewhere. and once again the person reporting it can't remember where. :O_o:

anyways... thanks for your kind words, man!
it's so cool that after all this time you're still using this wall. :#1:
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submicron Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
I always admired your simplicity.
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OtisBee Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2012   Interface Designer
oh, thanks. :hug:
simplicity is not only what i strive for, but what i know and accomplish best with my rather "limited" skills. so i figured it's best to stick to the things i know and do well and don't venture in things i don't. :D

it'd be great tho to pick up a few new tricks and techniques here and there, and that's where i admire you and your style. there's always something fresh and surprising up your sleeves. :headbang:

happy new year, dude! :#1:
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submicron Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Regardless the skills is something I find difficult in my own process. In the end I end up with something complicated that kicked my ass for hours. So yeah, I do admired it cause is something I can't do. xD Even my simplest jobs are difficult when they shouldn't be. Go figure.
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OtisBee Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012   Interface Designer
well, even if my results look simple and as if they're done in a matter of mere hours (if not to say minutes) i can assure you they're not. but unlike you, i often don't really have a clue about how the final outcome should look like. often, not always. for me it's more about letting go on things i once found to be useful or a nice idea, just for the sake of that wellknown less-is-more motto. so, in a way i mostly start out complicated, just to eventually cut it down to being simplistic. :D

the great Albert Einstein once said something along the lines of: "we should strive to make things simple, but not any simpler than that."

to me, that's where art really kicks in. just look at the greatest designs of our time and you'll sometimes find yourself thinking: "i could have done that". but the truth is: you didn't. and so did nobody else. why's that? because in my opinion it is really really difficult to come up with something most useful and yet simple enough to make it last through ages and to maybe become an all-time classic.

anyways.. i'm not saying that i'm even close to getting there. but then again it is well worth pursueing, imo. ;)
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submicron Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
You are so right about that. Is simplicity best or simply the easiest? I do blame my thought process though. xD Sometimes the cleanest forms of lines are the hardest. It's precisely what am trying to do now. But I know the outcome. Sometimes not knowing is better. LOL. Damn it, I hate this. LOL.
BTW, what I meant about your designs was more of a praise than accusing it of being simplistic. Please pay no attention to my thoughtless comments. Anyways, we are in agreement that the simplest designs do prove to stand the test of time.
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OtisBee Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2012   Interface Designer
no worries, dude. your words were "I always admired your simplicity.", so there's no way of taking that for an accusation. :lol:
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