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  1. John Scott All Star Silhouette

    So I decided after the All Star Weekend to create a John Scott inspired wallpaper. I posted this in one of my other threads, but I wanted one dedicated to just this, to hopefully get a wider range of comments from people who aren't following my other silhouettes thread. I don't see the need for John Scott's role as an enforcer in the NHL, but teammates really seem to like him. I gained a lot of respect for him this weekend and I was glad to see him enjoy his time. Plus his goal celebration is now an image no hockey fan will forget. So I just wanted to share this little project I did for fun. I put more detail in than I usually do, because I think John Scott deserves it after the treatment from the NHL. Leave any comments that you would like
  2. Sports Silhouette Wallpapers

    Over the last couple months, I have played around with creating silhouette wallpapers, mostly for me. One of them was a birthday gift for a family member, but they were mostly just for me. I create them by taking a photo, and tracing the outline, creating a silhouette. I started with just minor details, but for some of them, I went a little far with the detail. I've added quotes to some of them as well, just for the sake of making a cool wallpaper I would use. I decided to share them to see what people think of them. This was the birthday gift for a family member. I took out the name for the sake of privacy. This is the first wallpaper I created. My favourite NHL player as well. I chose this quote from Russell Wilson because I'm a Christian. Like I said before, I created it for my use. This is the captain from my local Junior A hockey team, the Steinbach Pistons. This is also from the Steinbach Pistons. The silhouette is the head coach, Paul Dyck, who is from my hometown. He was drafted into the NHL as well. The motto is what is in their dressing room. This is pretty self explanatory. And the last of these, is one I created for a radio and tv show in Toronto, Leafs Lunch. I made this purely for the sake of experimenting with silhouettes of non-athletes. If people like these, I MIGHT take requests, but I probably won't get to them too quickly. I don't do this for a job, it's just something I do in my spare time. Any C&C is appreciated.