This is the second batch of Islamic Stars wallpaper I have made. I recently use this free program (paint.NET) to do my works for my submission of Mushaf Cover project I have done last month (you can take a look into the post here) and I guess you can say I have a fairly good grasp of the program…not quite Adobe Photoshop, but this is pretty much good enough to teach me a little about photo editing.
Anyway, these wallpapers I have done are a little bit more complicated and if I may say, more well-done from the previous wallpapers I have posted. The resolution have changed though – from 1024×768 to 1366 x 768, because my present computer is in that resolution. However, if there is any demand, I would gladly make these wallpapers in another resolution . Please do tell me in the comments.
I decided to again follow the RGB colour scheme for the wallpapers, I guess because it is easier for me to choose, and also for you.
And, as always, these wallpapers are my properties and I have added a watermark in the lower-right corner of each image. Please do not erase the watermark and make it your own. Thank you!
This is the blue wallpaper, using a twelve-pointed star as the larger star motif and six-pointed star as the accent around the bigger star. I used the outlines of the stars and coloured it in cyan-turquoise colour, against a dark blue and navy background.
The red star wallpaper for this series. I like this one better than the rest perhaps because of the simplicity and how the colours play well together and harmoniously. I used a stylized interlaced six-pointed star and coloured the lines in red-maroon. The background features orange-amber colours.
This is the green wallpaper I have done. Liked this one because it almost looked like a damask silk fabric. I used another twelve-pointed star motif coupled with eight-pointed stars surrounding the motif. There is no outlines, just each shaped is coloured in either dark green- light green or Islamic green-sapphire combination.