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I bought a new #laptop. I'm liking it, might talk more about it later. It came with a default desktop wallpaper that wasn't bad, but had the manufacturer logo embedded in it. So I went looking on the internet, as you do, and found this beauty of a simple planet on this nice list of backgrounds.

But it wasn't quite right. No, it's not that it's bad, just not quite my #style. I like the concept, but just wanted to make some tweaks. Because I have some experience with #Adobe #Illustrator, I went ahead and re-drew it a little more to my liking. It could use some work. The stars are a little too bunched up, and the moons from the original would be a nice addition, but overall I'm very happy with it. Here is my version of the planet wallpaper.

Feel free to use or repost it if you like, but do me a favor and link back to this page. Thanks!

Posted 7 Sep 2020 by Brian


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