Ferrari Splash

KDE 3.x Splash Screens

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I thought it was pretty cool so I'm sharing, hoping not to be completely flamed for it...

lazydog

18 years ago

a fat clumsy penguin and a tight sport car just make an unpleasant contrast. ^_^ well, let's wait.

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h0rde

18 years ago

haha. i can make one for you without the penguin if you'd like...
also i've mad a slight revision to it so that there are 7 icons on the bar instead of the ferrari logo, even though that was ok with me. i'll post it soon.

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lazydog

18 years ago

the splash is cold, i'm using it since it first appeared here.. the only thing which annoys me is the penguin.. why do you people think a penguin can improve your design? it has made a sore place upon everyone's eyes already.. i'm using FreeBSD btw, but that doesnt mean i'd like to see a daemon instead ^_~

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freakyboogie

18 years ago

the image is very good. i think you should use some icons in the loading bar, like pistons, gears...
the ferrari logo doesn't have the italian flag in it. it appears only in the Scuderia Ferrari logo.
anyway, thumbs up with schumi!!!

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h0rde

18 years ago

Yeah it's my first effort, i really wanted to see how the splash screen worked so I put this together. I do intend on improving it, I figured people would like to have icons of some sort. Thanks for your comments!

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