Yup, just getting into the same swing of things as everyone else. I’ve got a couple of warm, rich graphics, initially designed to act as a background for Notebooks, but useful for iPad wallpaper too.
These are scaled to 1024 x 768 at 132 DPI, basically matching the reported display resolution of iPad G1. They were composed in InDesign, comprised of three basic layers: Two gradients (purple and pumpkin) with ink effects applied, with a woodgrain image laid atop.
After compositing, I PDFed the images, then converted them to JPEG via PShop.
The first one is just that; the second has an additional image, branches with buds on them, to add a little more richness.
They’re below the fold. Enjoy!
Here’s the one without the branch pattern:
Here’s the other one, with the branches and buds:
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