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Ubuntux

  

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Downloads:  3804
Submitted:  Oct 20 2007
Updated:  Nov 22 2007

Description:

Done with Xara Xtreme on Ubuntu.

I forgot! ''Bone'' in french is ''os''
like Operating System.

Ubuntux or The Ubuntu's dream.




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 Great job !

 
 by Rapha222 on: Dec 3 2007
 
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Great job ;)


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 Banshee

 
 by tingui on: Dec 4 2007
 
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Really very nice.. May I ask you something? It could be possible for you change the ubuntu logo for the Banshee in order to used it as banshee icon?.. Many Thanks


Today... I will not dispute... it is a nice day!.
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 logo

 
 by sparkledesign on: Dec 4 2007
 
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A good work of design (functional art) or art (for me, it is a spiritual adventure) is a fragile balance of forms and colors. If you change one thing, everything can collapse.

If i change the logo ''Ubuntu'', the concept (joke) Ubuntu-Tux,Ubuntu-Africa, Africa-Cannibal, Cannibal-bone (os in French), Cannibal eat the other-Competition, have no value!

Like i said on the previous post, i did this tux only because it flash me to hard after i have seen ''The Tux factory'' of ChristalXp.net.

I am a big ''downloader'' and it is my way to pay for all the downloads i do.

It is a simple question of to let run the energie.

I did this design (final) and some others only to exchange something or for money (for my jobs)
and i do art for to understand how work the human mind and what i am doing on earth!

If you did something nice, i probably have it!

Sparkledesign


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 Re: logo

 
 by tingui on: Dec 4 2007
 
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Thanks...


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 Banshee

 
 by sparkledesign on: Dec 5 2007
 
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I will not let you go like that!

Banshee is a good software so if you still want to change the logo, this is my mini tutorial.

Well, if it is you who did your ''Camaleon'', it will not suppose to be hard!

First, you have to find a ''Banshee'' logo in .png format somewhere on this planet.

Second, to load the ''Ubuntux'' with ''Gimp''...use the eraser to remove the logo...maybe the move, brush and scale tool to.

Third, you load your logo over so you will have 2 layers.

After, under the tab ''picture'' at the buttom, you do ''Flatten image''...and save in .png format with the transparency preserve...ta-tammm!

Spakledesign


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 correction

 
 by sparkledesign on: Dec 5 2007
 
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Don't flatten image...just save it like that or merge layer.

To put a layer on an other one, you load the second image, select it and copy, paste it on the first one.

That whats hapen when you can't change a post!




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 Re: correction

 
 by tingui on: Dec 5 2007
 
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Yes.. I did the camaleon remix and others.. and I have tried your indications... but at the end of the day, you are right, it loose the fun, the sense and the sensibility =)...
so it was not a good idea! ..
Thanks again!!..


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