Zebra Skin

Zebra Skin

I thought I’d show-off my newly resized desktop wallpaper image called “Zebra Skin”. Could you handle looking at this thing on your desktop all day long? Believe it or not, I’ve used this eye-bending pattern for more than a year. I like grouping related icons together in the striped moire pools and arrange my most important projects in a vertical line down the center “spine”.

The little image above is a bit sketchy, fortunately the bigger images (below) don’t “moire-out” as much.

Zebra Skin 1024 x 768 (225k)
Zebra Skin 1280 x 800 (279k)
Zebra Skin 1280 x 1024 (349k)
Zebra Skin 1440 x 900 (340k)
Zebra Skin 1600 x 1200 (482k)
Zebra Skin 1680 x 1050 (441k)
Zebra Skin 1920 x 1200 (546k)

I’m curious to know if any of you Photoshop users can reproduce the pattern or at least figure out how it’s done. If you give it a shot, leave a comment and let me know how you make out.

5 Responses to “Zebra Skin”

  1. eduardo menezes says:

    wow cool.
    btw, i want to learn how to make page flip effect which published in pixelwit. but, how and where? hehehe

  2. zebra skin says:

    I bet if you do a motion blur with a low setting, this image will make your eyes fall off. Looking at the image alone almost gave me a headache. Cheers

  3. makc says:

    hey, I bet if you blur this, it would make a hell of a source for palette-based oldskool plasma effect.

  4. PosWeyb says:

    I hate to be a dummy, but what software did you use?

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