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Re: Fedora Infinity Update

Very good revision here. There are some very strong leading lines all over the place that all converge towards where the ghosted lines join and lead you up. The limited purple as well as the star field stuff help highlight the area.

On 8/13/07, Máirín Duffy <duffy redhat com> wrote:
Michael Beckwith wrote:
> I honestly like the last one that Mairin did with the rays of light.
> When I first saw it, the impression I had was that of a ghosted roller
> coaster track, taking us up and off the wallpaper, as if going into the
> infinite abyss above. In a lot of ways that's what the chosen theme is
> about anyway. Taking people to new unknown places. As for the colors
> that she used, I think the purple isn't bad persay, but based on the
> experiences that Nicolas posted about, perhaps that gradient should be
> narrowed to just the top part? I clearly those two colors work good
> together, but maybe should be more off balance in regards to area they
> cover.

Yeh, Nicolas' point is well-taken, I tried this:


So the blue is much darker and stronger and the purple area much more
limited. (Other variants are in that dir too if you want to poke around,
with the gimp XCF files... Martin's yellow version inspired me to play
around in the gimp :) )

> I also like what martin did with the colors for the 4th one, but I
> think, if anything, the yellow one should have some sort of hint of
> blue, just for visual tying to previous versions of Fedora. As much as
> blue isn't wanted as the only color, it is one of our forms of
> recognition in the open source community.

Yep, we definitely still need a strong blue presence!


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