This.. is so cool. My good friend Sampson has just turned the old and gay menu backround into something hip and happenin'.. (err.. yea) the angle is soo cool.. and the volcano is fun to watch.. it's a nice setup.. and it's HOLY CRAP FREAKING AWESOME, how he's on the shore.. good job sampson.. Make more!
Posted on 09/05/05 @ 07:05 AM
Too bad Ajax looks blurry.
And could I edit the menubackground by myself just by editing the Volcano.scx?
EDIT: Already did! It was really cool, I made lots of extra things.
[Edited on 09/05/05 @ 08:10 AM]
Posted on 09/05/05 @ 05:01 PM
Hessu, you have violated the ancient law of the background.
Posted on 09/06/05 @ 08:20 AM
Posted on 09/06/05 @ 10:28 AM
lol, aint the world about peace and love?? not death and torture, as long as hessu doesnt get people to take his version he hasnt done anything wrong.
Posted on 09/12/05 @ 06:31 PM
your one to talk SERVANT OF SATIN! Don't tell us about right nad wrong, you work for satin. Satin Satin Satin.
Posted on 09/14/05 @ 02:06 AM
"A Satin is a cloth that typically has a glossy surface and a dull back. A satin is a weaving technique that forms a minimum number of interlacings in a fabric. If a fabric is formed with a satin weave using filament fibers such as silk or nylon, the corresponding fabric is termed a "satin." If the yarns used are short-staple yarns such as cotton, the fabric formed is considered a "sateen."
A satin-woven fabric tends to have a high luster due to the high number of "floats" on the fabric. Floats are "missed" interlacings, where, the warp yarn lays on top of the weft yarn, or vice versa. The floats tend to make the fabric look glossier as well as give it a smoother hand in most cases.
Many variations can be made of the basic satin weave including a Granite weave and a Check weave. Satin weaves are used commonly in apparel goods such as eveningwear and fine clothing. They can also be found in linens, such as bedsheets as well as in some industrial usages.
Satin weaves, twill weaves, and plain weaves are the 3 basic types of weaving by which the majority of woven products are formed." - Satin, Wikipedia.