Dogs: Bullets and Carnage Wallpaper: a title

Miwa Shirow, Dogs: Bullets and Carnage, Naoto Fuyumine Wallpaper

1280x960 Wallpaper

Artist Comment

my entry for W.A.R act 2.
Well just to clear it up. The vector IS sloppy, and was meant to be so, but then it isn't really. Push the looseness as I've been told by a professor of my. Push the looseness. Well cheerios are good. Check out drell's, it is better.


Chosen by flyindreams and Saikusa

smilebit, you may think the vector is sloppy, but to the rest of us it adds an organic fluidity to the art that stops it from being a typically mathematical structured vector.

The bursts fo graffiti colours against the muted shades adds to that inner city-back streets feel. It's exciting and full of wonder. Truly beautiful... Keep it up, and good luck in the next round of W.A.R.

Proposed by flyindreams and highlighted by Saikusa.

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  1. inREVERIEforever Aug 02, 2006

    Wow this is a really nice wallpaper. I love the vectoring... it is really nice. Haha, the sloppyness adds a really nice touch to the wallie. +fav

  2. aestro Aug 03, 2006

    All I've got to say is great pallet! The depth of those colors are really refreshing considering its a vector, and you could make it neon. I really like it. The sloppiness adds to that street feel. Kewl.

  3. nolove Aug 03, 2006

    omg how kool XD ~~
    the lineart is just perfect, detailed and amazing
    orgg i luvvv the color put in this...somehow i feel like so love your choices >_<
    soo great work :nya:

  4. annakee Aug 03, 2006

    you have made it again... another great vector of you ^^
    ah.. i must say thanks you for share your work with us ;)

  5. flyindreams Aug 03, 2006

    I really liked this one out of the round 1 walls; I think I said this before, but for me this is one of your most usable ones, and all the design elements work to make it eye-catching and interesting XD Definitely agree with aestro that you picked a really nice color pallette for this wall :3 'Luck in round 2! :D

  6. rythem Aug 03, 2006

    woo ~ I like XD very neat and the 'sloppy' vector looks very nice and funky , LOL the blue really adds colour and life to the whole piece . overall , suteki wall ~ xD

  7. Regenbogen Aug 03, 2006

    Hello Smilebit,

    like flyin said, the various design elements really make this wallpaper a very interesting one and I do not get tired of looking at it. I also like the way you are using the vectors. ;) I get bored of always seeing "perfectly clean" vectors and reading that all vectors should be perfectly clean, regular etc. They make your wallpaper "lively" (hope you understand what I mean) and it looks as if there was some sort of movement. Keep them coming! Hope to see more soon! And... Cheers... *lol*

  8. Misato-Kun Aug 03, 2006

    Yet another impressive piece of work! This is really a fresh and original approach to using a new type of vector technique. You don't come across this kind of creativity very often, and thats why I think this wonderful entry will go far through out the rounds. Good luck and thank you for sharing this, keep up the amazing work!

  9. mystvearn Aug 04, 2006

    very nice colours used in this. It will look better without the yellow diagonal line, though thats just me

  10. entocheets Aug 05, 2006

    'push the looseness' - quite a profound saying that does indeed make you think.

    great work, really matches in line with your philisophy of the wallpaper. i daresay this type of wallpaper should be printed on a shirt or something :p

  11. stellar Aug 05, 2006

    i admire wallies like this. 'out of place' <3
    even though its sloppy, it looks right. lol great work with the details and the vectoring looks great. XD

  12. xplushiex Mar 07, 2007

    I like the background
    It's really abstract ^_^
    keep up the good work >____<

  13. Ultra-Violet Jul 11, 2007

    Absolutely top class!
    The vectors 'neatness' is of absolutely no consequence. Art isn't about being neat and tidy, it's about displaying energy and emotion and putting a point across in a manner that reaches out and grabs your audience by the throat, throttles them about a bit and then slaps them in the face a few times. ^__^

    I believe this piece displays these particular elements in abundance. I'd like to draw attention to the colour combinations in particular. They're extremely unique in the capacity that they appear entirely unrelated to one another and thus compliment each other in that left of the middle fashion for which the piece was selected as a gallery highlight.
    Secondarily to this, there is only so much one can do with another artists' original work but even so there is a keen and streetwise blend of post-modern, super modern and grunge elements in this piece that are young to witness. Very nice!

    The chaos of the work with its almost American graffiti mural feel about it seem to remind me of the flourishing 80s Hip-Hop scene. This particular style of overall construction became the heart of haphazard art as was officially presented in the anime series Samurai Champloo.
    Plenty of attitude! Well done! ^__^

  14. selemental Banned Member Nov 04, 2007

    it's a really great vector! Awesome job! X3 *FAVS!*

  15. Evercold Mute Member Jun 01, 2009

    Wow 0o It's so stylish wallp... I like the combination of this colors *___*
    Good work!)))

  16. blackfeverkiss13 Jan 11, 2010

    Love the neon paint style, looks great on Noata too ;) . i love this manga, i just started it a while ago . :)

  17. littlefishyface Jul 01, 2010

    thank you for the image ^~^

    merged: 07-01-2010 ~ 02:49pm
    thank you for the image ^~^

  18. vilka-sama Aug 27, 2010

    this is so awesome! *___* thanks for sharing!

  19. AsYouWishLadys Sep 15, 2010

    hooow very nice ... thanks for sharing

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