Triple-monitor wallpaper pack 1 (5760×1200)

Modern versions of Windows (and probably other OSes too) let you span your desktop wallpaper across all monitors. I use a three-monitor setup with 16×10 monitors and had a hard time finding wallpapers that I liked that were optimal for this configuration.

So, using Apophysis 7x and Photoshop, I whipped up a bunch suited to my tastes. I figured I’d share.¬†These are optimized for three monitors of 1920×1200 resolution each, or 5760×1200. And sure, you could use this for two monitors, too.

Rather than post the full size images to my blog, I’ll include thumbnails (are 500 pixel wide images thumbnails?)¬†below, and you can download the whole pack in a zip file:

Brandon’s-Triple-Monitor-Wallpaper-Pack-1.zip (27.4 MB)

(Tip: if you use these, be sure to set the wallpaper mode to span, not “center ” or “fill” or anything else. These are meant to give one large image across all monitors, not three duplicate images!)

And here are the 13 wallpapers in this pack:

Apo7X-150325-31-b Apo7X-150325-664 Apo7X-150325-678 Apo7X-150325-678b Apo7X-150325-730 Apo7X-150325-771 Apo7X-150325-928 Apo7X-150325-946 Apo7X-150325-2005 Apo7X-150325-2053 Apo7X-150325-2073 Apo7X-cApo7X-150325-31

Again, I didn’t want to post the full images individually to my blog. Download the whole pack: Brandon’s-Triple-Monitor-Wallpaper-Pack-1.zip (27.4 MB)

Commie Red

It’s been a while since I’ve posted. Seems so much easier just to throw a few lines of text up on Facebook.

So you ask, “can you post some new pictures of your Commodore 64?” Sure I can!

Several years ago I took a perfectly good “breadbin” C64 and painted it red. Then I drilled some holes in it and added some mods — a reset switch and a JiffyDOS switch (though you can’t see those here). Yesterday I felt like taking some pictures, so here they are: