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Nanosuit Texture Wallpaper 2 by blakegedye Nanosuit Texture Wallpaper 2 by blakegedye
Here is my 2nd wallpaper that I Have made based on the texture of the Nanosuit from the PC hit game Crysis.

This was made using the G.I.M.P... my program of choice, it's an open source version of Photoshop... and in my opinion it's much better and easier to use.

Since i could not find a wallpaper with this pattern on it i felt the need to make one,

the closest I got to finding anything like this was a hex pattern with not much texture to it... it was still good... but it had a Mac logo smack bang in the middle... so that ruined it.

Yeah... not a fan of Macs :L

Feel free to use this texture for anything, credit to me won't be needed but would be nice :D

Enjoy.

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Chame Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
A wonderful resource! I used it here:  Day 279 - Commission: Revealedfromthevoy by Chame  Looks really cool as texture on armor:
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blakegedye Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2014
Thank you very much, ad yes, it works really well :) i particularly like how it looks on the helmets visor. good job :)
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AniPal Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2014  Student
cool
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Ludo38 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2014  Professional General Artist
Well done ! In Gimp, how did you make this polygonal grid ?..
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blakegedye Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014
It was actually a bit of a 'bodge job' to be honest, I don't really know the best method for creating such a grid,  but what I did was I made one hexagon outline, then doubled it, and repeated the process, so constantly doubling the pattern on itself. (seemed quick enough for me anyway). then I copied the whole layer, and used it to make a shadow of the pattern, and then added metal textures to the top honeycomb pattern, and then another metal texture to background. then i went around filling up a few random hexagons with a faint black brush, just to give it that desired 'imperfect' look.
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Ludo38 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014  Professional General Artist
Good global method, except the polygon-making technique. I recommend you to use Inkscape for that kind of repetitive and basic shape jobs.
Did you try Inkscape ?
It's a vectorial imaging program, which is superbly complementary with Gimp for all things like text, logos, basic shapes and grids. It allows fast and very easy-to-edit graphic design.
I haven't yet made a polygon grid in inkscape but I surely is easier on Inkscape that on Gimp.
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blakegedye Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2014
I have Inkscape, but not so confident with it at the moment, but I am learning. I'm fairly new to working with vectors in general. but i can see the potential.
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lorenzArts Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thankss!! I used here fav.me/d6m4eoe Hug
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blakegedye Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2013
you're welcome, and great picture btw
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Sakiro-sama Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013  Student Digital Artist
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