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Artist's Note

just started using elfin 2, and i have to say it's already impressing me bigtime. big creds to max and rest of the team behind the suite.

and yeah, i understand if you think it's a bit empty. 'cause i think so too. but that's all for now.

and that wallpaper fits so lovely in my opinion. :3

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Comments (9)

Thomax says:

well.... it's very nice, put the image quality is bad.

Tue, Sep 4th at 08:16am (10 years ago)
craves says:

one last thing. i know i should start modding etc. but i'm too lazy, and stylebuilder looks a bit too complicated. but i'll get there sometime. at least i like to think so.

i'm off for now. bye. :-D
[expecting 5 comments+ when i'm back. thanks, guys. and girls.]

Tue, Sep 4th at 08:18am (10 years ago)
abogs says:

ive always loved b&w..

Tue, Sep 4th at 10:39am (10 years ago)
nitzua says:

whats with the jankiness on the chat window icon?

Tue, Sep 4th at 10:50am (10 years ago)
aMADme says:

yep the wall fits nice...probably my fav gaia wall all so I can't really see the connection to gaia for that one :)

Tue, Sep 4th at 02:36pm (10 years ago)
craves says:

jackiness? it's black.

Tue, Sep 4th at 02:43pm (10 years ago)

It has bad image quality as it is a jpg and not a png.
Anyway it looks good that wall does with visual style.

Wed, Sep 5th at 06:42am (10 years ago)
craves says:

yeah, i noticed the bad quality now.

thanks for all comments!

Wed, Sep 5th at 07:09am (10 years ago)
RiianF says:

great use of the wall colors.
and like to see that someone is actually using it. :)

Wed, Sep 5th at 08:28am (10 years ago)

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on September 4th, 2007


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