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Kino no Tabi Wallpaper: Kino no Tabi: Inspiration

Kouhaku Kuroboshi, Kino no Tabi Wallpaper
Kouhaku Kuroboshi Mangaka Kino no Tabi Series

1600x1200 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

What inspires you? The original inspiration for this wallpaper came when I was browsing Border's blank-journal section looking for new design ideas and noticed an elegant cover that had a stylized floral branch set against a two-colored background. I wanted to make my own version of that image, and decided to incorporate an image of Glasses-Kino, because I needed a very simple image to match the theme and because wallpapers of Glasses-Kino are even rarer than wallpapers of Kino's master. The sky and birds were recycled from my Blooming Prarie wallpaper (in turn recycled of my True Blue Sky and Wings of Hope wallpapers) because what inspired Glasses-Kino to travel was the sight of a bird soaring freely overhead - an idea that he later passes on to Kino and Hermes. Simple, clean, elegant, and a change from my typical textured Kino walls.
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Comments

  1. Yoones Aug 12, 2005

    not bad at all, it's very stylish and could fit well on a pure customized desktop style...
    any set of icons or docklet to go with ;p
    anyway good job tama-neko. thanks for that.

  2. yoshball Aug 12, 2005

    I like how clean this is. The sharp, thick lines really make it pop. I'm also glad someone made a wall with Glasses-Kino :).

  3. Criox Aug 12, 2005

    Wow! A very beautiful vector. The words....look stylish. Hehehe! Neat and clean. I like the style. Good job.

  4. shinorei Aug 12, 2005

    It looks quite simple and I love your concept of inspiration. The floral branch is absolutely gorge. Keep up the great work!

  5. SirMackerel Aug 13, 2005

    Heh, now this is a rarity... a good wallpaper featuring the other Kino! Simple, and I like it!

  6. OracleAngel Retired Moderator Aug 13, 2005

    Wow im suprised not many people have commented on this becuase when i saw it the first time it was beautiful and genius o fthe design made for this. Great, simple and nicely put together as always Tama! :)

  7. candy-chan Retired Moderator Aug 16, 2005

    love the design, excellent! Reminds me of some old asian litterature book covers.
    I see some jagged lines however :P

  8. flyindreams Aug 16, 2005

    Another amazing work that screams out the power of well-executed simplicity... Ok I should stop before I get too mushy, but this one is fabulous, and I really like how it's very different from the textured Kino walls that you've been doing before. Yeah for the power of blank notebook covers to inspire! ~nominating for Simple-ism's featured gallery~ *^.^*

  9. Matsukaze Sep 07, 2005

    Kino!!!
    Awsome wall, really I love it!!! :D
    Thanks for create this wall

  10. venicequeen Jan 03, 2006

    Nice and simple. The colours go really well together :)

  11. rachtsume Feb 28, 2006

    this is heaps stylish and the few colours and lines work well. its gooood. luv your work!

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