I’m back, and I’ve brought shiny things! Pretty wallpapers for you to use during the lovely month of June! June is one of my favourite months because it’s summer, but not Summer™, which here in Hungary usually means 40 degrees of face-melting sunshine and sweat
. However, it does
also mean an excuse to eat ice cream, so I’m not complaining too
loudly. (Sidenote: why am I using so many italics today?)
Anyway, here they are – check them out after the cut!
Spoilers ahead! Don’t read this review just yet if you haven’t played the game and don’t want major plot points to be revealed to you. Go play Bioshock (and maybe Bioshock 2) and come back later. Don’t worry, this review won’t go anywhere!
Ah, Rapture. How you terrify and intrigue me at the same time. A sprawling society under the sea may sound ridiculous to some (“A city at the bottom of the ocean? Ridiculous.“), but the one created in the 2007 video game Bioshock is nothing short of enchanting. And horrifying. If you’ve played the games like I recommended in my spoiler warning up above, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about. John Shirley’s Rapture aims to add a little more backstory and clarifications of the first game, showing how one man’s idea became a deadly mess.
Who doesn’t love free stuff? I know I do. I also like doodling, so I thought I’d put some of my doodles to good use and make some wallpapers for you to use! For free! Woo!
Take a look at them all after the cut. Enjoy!
I don’t know about you, but I find that whatever wallpaper is on my laptop really affects my mood. That’s why I’m constantly looking for stylish and motivational ones – but there are only so many available, and I tend to get bored of them pretty quickly. Which unfortunately only really leaves me one option – to make some!
So without further ado, here are 5 backgrounds I made using textures made by Pink Sherbet Photography @ flickr (go check out their album if you’re ever looking for good-quality free textures!)
Take a look after the cut!