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The art of doodling has been around for quite some time and more and more people are enjoying it today not just as a way to kill boredom but also… Read More
The art of doodling has been around for quite some time and more and more people are enjoying it today not just as a way to kill boredom but also as another serious art form. This art of spontaneous drawing is now widely used as an effective visual element for various designs both for print and web. And as a celebration of this trend, yours truly have applied some dose of doodle art for our monthly wallpaper freebie. February is considered to be the celebration of love for most people all over the world as we celebrate Valentine’s Day. So in keeping up with this month’s theme, our featured wallpaper design is inspired by a love story of two little monsters showcasing some valuable moments of their lives in the doodle world. The wallpaper is available in various sizes ranging from from 800 x 600 up to 2560 x 1440 – sizes just perfect to customize your favorite gadgets! Read Less
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The art of doodling has been around for quite some time and more and more people are enjoying it today not just as a way to kill boredom but also as another serious art form. This art of spontaneous drawing is now widely used as an effective visual element for various designs both for print and web.
 
And as a celebration of this trend, yours truly have applied some dose of doodle art for our monthly wallpaper freebie. February is considered to be the celebration of love for most people all over the world as we celebrate Valentine’s Day. So in keeping up with this month’s theme, our featured wallpaper design is inspired by a love story of two little monsters showcasing some valuable moments of their lives in the doodle world. The wallpaper is available in various sizes ranging from from 800 x 600 up to 2560 x 1440 – sizes just perfect to customize your favorite gadgets!
Some snapshots while working on the design.
Download the whole set of wallpapers at You The Designer blog.