This weeks almost didn't happen. After three hours of work on the wallpaper last night (which I started Sunday night) all of a sudden, I crank the scroll wheel on my mouse to select a different brush, and Photoshop closes. I sat there stunned for a moment as I wondered when the last time was that I saved it. Yup... not since I opened it and started working on it after dinner, so everything was lost. I was suprisingly mellow about losing 3 hours worth of work on it as I started Photoshop up again to find that I was back to square one. I had some legal anti-anxiety chemicals flowing through my brain, which made me just laugh at my misfortune and think to myself, "Oh well, I'll just stay up a bit later and simplify the original design a bit to get it done quicker." So I start again. Back to cutting out the shot of Ellis the III's interception for the second time. What took me an hour before, I almost got done in 30 minutes because I was rushing it. So far so good. I go to grab a different brush to finish cutting it out, and absentmindedly cranked the scroll button on my mouse again... sure enough, Photoshop closes again just like before. Anyway, it turned out to be a rush job (well the third version of it anyway) so apologies for some of it being sloppy and whatnot. Links to the actual files below. Click on the appropriate size for your screen resolution. Note that ImageShack where the images are hosted can be SLOW... if the image is blurry, just wait for it to load, if you're on a slow connection you may have to wait longer, or even refresh the browser if it stalls out. Small 800x600 or Right Click the image above IF you have 800x600 resolution, otherwise it will look cruddy. Regular 1024x768 Widescreen 1920x1200 Note: after clicking one of the links above, you may have to click on the wallpaper again to make it full size before you right-click it and set as wallpaper or set as background. If you have a widescreen, but not quite as wide as 1920 pixels, just use the widescreen version but set it to 'center' instead of 'stretch' in your display properties and you should be fine.