“First Fish” Desktop/Wallpaper

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Due to popular demand (well, one person), I am offering my “First Fish” illustration as a computer desktop/wallpaper image for FF&W readers. Just download the appropriate size for your monitor (right-click or ctrl-click on the link, depending on your system), and you’ll have a rising rainbow all day long.

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11 Comments

  1. Grunde says:

    Excellent!

    Thanks allot :D

    I really really like that drawing.

    Grunde

  2. JB says:

    Grunde—You’re welcome. I actually like the image a lot myself, and it does make a strong background. Just started dabbling in Painter (this image was made via a combination of Painter, Photoshop, and Illustrator), which has a rather amazing physics engine for representing natural media. Too little time, too much cool software…

  3. Walter says:

    Stunning visual!

    Thanks for sharing it.

    Walter

  4. JB says:

    Walter—Thanks very much, and thanks for stopping by the blog. Hope we get a chance to throw a line or two this summer. Been too long since our last grass-cast session (I think it was with the Videolyzer in Missoula?).

  5. Walter says:

    Yep – it was in Missoula. Looking forward to it.

  6. JB says:

    Walter—We’ll have to see if we can record the image coming from the Videolyzer. I’d love to get a bit of footage up here in the blog so people can see what your invention really does…

  7. Walter says:

    Jason,

    Good idea and it shouldn’t be too hard. I think I can womp up a dual receiver version. The second receiver could be used to record what the caster is seeing.

    I’ll do a bit of experimenting and get back to you.

  8. Walter says:

    Nothing quite as exciting as the videolyzer but I do have couple things you might like…

  9. ken stewart says:

    Jason,

    many thanks for allowing this to be used as a background desktop picture. looks simply great :-)

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