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My Past and Present Desktop Wallpapers:

I love to compose desktop wallpaper, and I love to change my desktop around every few months. So i've decided to keep a page listing my most interesting desktop wallpapers, past and present. This is by no means a complete list, just a few snapshots that I remembered to save.

June 17, 1999 - I don't believe it, I actually found my old desktop wallpaper from 1999! The very first wallpaper I used on old computer- back when it was brand new. Taken from the Futuramaoutlet.com.

July 7, 2002 - Too lazy to compose a wallpaper theme of my own, I simply downloaded one from Animelegacy.net. Unfortunately I didn't keep the orginal and the site closed, leaving me with only a memory of the wallpaper.

January 13, 2003 - When I got tired of my Cowboy Bebop wallpaper, I got around to creating a Balto 2 themed wallpaper.

Feburary 15, 2003 - After searching for a few images of Kerberos from Cardcaptor Sukura for my friend, CWTyger, I used them to create a wallpaper of my own. I also wanted to make sure it was still possible for me to churn out interesting graphics since I felt my ablities were slipping.

April 9, 2003 - Same wallpaper as above, full sized (800x600), switched over to my new computer with Windows XP.

April 29, 2003 - I felt like having a theme from the anime, Inuyasha. So I spent a day searching for the images I wanted, and spent even longer cleaning them up. But it the end it was all worth it.

June 27, 2003 - After a while I got tired of the anime wallpaper. So I use the a scanned picture of a commission I brought. Other than the hue of the picture, nothing else was changed. And the artwork itself was drawn by Kimbo Demonica.

September 13, 2003 - After viewing some artwork done by Kimbo, I couldn't resist making this my desktop. Perfect size too. And yes the image in (c) to Kimbo Demonica.

All site content, including layout, graphics, artwork, fiction, essays and photos are Angela T. Moseley
1998-2004, unless otherwise noted, and may not be used without my premission.