I think Ian brings up a good point here. Anyone and their grandma using
linux can take some random photo or photo based on a theme idea, and
put it on their wallpaper. However, we as artists should desire to take
our theming a step further by creating something from scratch, and
going through the trials and errors that go along with it. I think it
produces artwork to be more happy about.
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 05:21:37PM +0300, Nicu Buculei wrote:
Something like this image (GNU FDL is OK as a license?) with my sepia
This is also CC-BY-SA. Also an OK license.
But we really want a photographic background?
IMHO, no. I've enjoyed the creativity of the art team much more than
what realism provides :D