View Full Version : Maya Ibuki Wallpaper... Doko??

12-24-2003, 06:45 AM
I just came back to this site after a long long time and wanted to "update" my wallpapers because my resolution changed from 800 to 1024. Anyway, I'm looking for an Eva wallpaper featuring Maya Ibuki. This particular one has as white backdrop with Maya in a grey worksuit in the foreground and has her headshot in greyscale as the background. If anyone knows what I'm talking about, please tell me where I can get a 1024 version of this wallpaper.

Go here for an 800 version of the Maya Ibuki wallpaper:

She's so too cute... I need her in 1024...

12-24-2003, 06:51 AM
Oops... sorry. The link doesn't work.

This one works, but it's a smaller version, not 800x600.


12-24-2003, 07:19 AM
next time use the edit button...

anyway, the last link only woks if you copy it and paste it into your browserline...


no, i don't know where to get that wall (maybe make on on your own?)

12-24-2003, 04:21 PM
i dont know either but that is a nice wp
sure would liek to see it at a bigger size

12-24-2003, 06:43 PM
I don't really like the overlay of the two picture. Have one decrease in opacity and the other more solid that way you have a focus and a non-focused pic.

12-25-2003, 12:55 AM
you can easily resize images using a variety of programs; like photoshop or other image editing prog. Some programs are free, so check out download.com . To go from 800 to 1024 is a big jump, so some recommend increasing the size a little bit at a time. Like, go from 800 to 900, then 900 to 1024. (it pays to watch The Screen Savers!)

12-25-2003, 06:16 PM
To be honest, if you know you're going to be working at 1024, it doesn't make much of a difference at all if you scale twice, especially if you use bicubic sampling (most programs do). Actually, if you use the nearest neighbor method, (photoshop lets you choose) it turns out worse. Just remember to always use bicubic scaling and your images should look fine.

Generally, if you're working on a wallpaper. Work at a high resolution to start, like 1600x1200 and then scale to 1024x768 or 800x600 when done. This way it's easier (cleaner) to scale because of the constant 4:3 ratio. Also, problems like jagged edges are easier to deal with since often they are less noticable after scaling down.

12-25-2003, 07:00 PM
One of the best programs for resizeing is IrfanView. With that u can resize an image with less loss of quality.