KickAss Torrent Wallpapers

Lately, I found myself so hooked with torrents. I really have fun sharing and downloading stuffs I don’t normally do and see from other websites. Actually, I’m now more frequenting torrent sites like KAT.PH than Facebook and other social media sites which I always visit before. I do have accounts on other torrent sites as well although I like KickAss Torrents (KAT.PH) more than the others. Maybe because I found it so cool for me. In so saying, I made some wallpapers for KAT.PH which I’d like to share. Anyone can download it free. A comment would be appreciated very much…

1. Colorful HD KAT Wallpaper
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2. KAT Green
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3. KAT Linear Light
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4. KAT Dodge Effect
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5. KAT Flame
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6. KAT Fractal
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7. KAT Lights
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8. KAT Gold
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9. KAT Fabric
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10. KAT Blue Interlace
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How to make a wallpaper in Photoscape

Here is a cool and easy way to make a wallpaper using Photoscape – one of the free image editing programs with powerful tools that even beginners can easily get acquainted to and indeed easy to learn. Download your copy of Photoscape here if you don’t have yet.

Here’s the simple easy steps in making your own cool wallpaper:

1. Open Photoscape and click Editor (located at the topmost of your Photoscape menus and tools).

2. Select any image in your computer and click Ok. Now your selected image should be on your Editor window by now. Note that the folders and directories in your computer is shown at the left pane of the Editor so you can choose easily right away the image you want as a subject. I selected the bike photo here in my computer as an example (below image).

3. Now go to Filters>Distorts>Swirl. Adjust the slider to the left. As you move the slider, you can see the changes in the Preview window. Choose the result you want, then click Ok.
Result of my own is shown below when set the slider to zero.


4. Save it, right-click where you saved your creation, then click Set As Desktop Background. Voila, you can marvel your own cool wallpaper!

Ain’t that pretty easy and cool? Comment…

How to make a wallpaper using Gimp

Hello! This time I will show you how to make a cool wallpaper which is really fun and you can make it yourself so easily provided that you have a PC and a photo editing program. I use Gimp here. If you have a Photoshop, that’s better. Check my related post (Free Photo Editing Programs) where you can choose the right program for you to download.

By the way, the above image shown is the finished product which we will tackle here, step-by-step. If you are ready, then let’s get started…

1. Open Gimp. Go to File menu, click New.
Set the template to 1600 x 1200 pixels. Click Ok.


Zoom-out your window to about 30% so you’ll have a better view while you work.

2. Set the foreground (FG) color to anything dark, the background (BG) color to a lighter one than your FG. In this case, I set FG=236f1d, and BG=62e004.

3. In your Toolbox, grab the Blend Tool icon (that small square icon with gradient color), then make a linear gradient to your active window – from top left corner to right lower corner. The result would then look like the image below…

4. Now, in your Toolbox, select the Brush Tool (brush icon), then make a twirling line like the one shown below.

5. Go to Filters menu>Blur>select Gaussian Blur. Set the Blur Radius to Horizontal=30, Vertical=30, then click Ok. The result should be like the one below…

6. Filters>Distorts>Whirl and Pinch… Set Whirl angle to maximum, Pinch amount to 0.500. Click Ok. See below result…


You can save this one now if you want.

7. To make the desired final result as shown here, go to Filters menu again>Distorts>Waves… Set Amplitude to about 40-70, and Wavelength to 50 (maximum). Actual result may vary slightly but that’s okay. So, that’s it!

If not yet contented and would like to make some more effects, then we proceed to the following:

Filters>Distorts>Lens Distortion…This one is fun because you can experiment by adjusting the ‘slider’ left and right, and you can see right away from the Preview screen the result. With this, you can decide for yourself when to stop if already satisfied with the result. You can save as many variants as you like. Quick hint: try to adjust the Brightness, Zoom, and X/Y coordinates. It’s cool! You can come up something like this variant…

So, how’d you like it? Please comment…