Saturday, March 08, 2008

When my 'larm rings out a warnin'

I made these desktops today, which, if you go to this link, you can download to use as your own desktops if you want! hahah, I was inspired by Saved By The Bell's intro sequence.

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While I was making them, I was listening to some music, and watching the intro on youtube. They seemed so well matched that I made this awesome video:

16 comments:

zack smovies said...

1st

Eshniner Forest said...

The art work / saved by the bell reminds me of how the Nickelodeon net work use to look and sound cool.

pinky said...

You mean like Rocko's Modern Life and Rugrats? Those were some really creative looking cartoons.

Claudia said...

Great desktops!
and that music does really go well with the intro! haha.

Eshniner Forest said...

Yes much like Rocko & the general style of late 90's Nickelodeon. Its good.

BadAlbert said...

Not being cheeky but you could do with sorting the colour of the lettering on your banner for this blog, I only just realised it said 'paperlilies'. You can hardly see it in that green. Just saying...

Anonymous said...

3, 4, and 5 look like germs under a microscope. How about some featuring paperlilies along the same color scheme?

MEG said...

Yeah... that fits all to well.


nice.

Anonymous said...

This reminds a bit of:
http://youtube.com/watch?v=57rxhQXwRfg

(cringeworthy Electric Bugaloo trailer)

remember kids, 20 years from now you will think how silly your current idea of what is cool was.

YouTube will be like 8-track...

Anonymous said...

I'm currently sporting the pink and yellow one for my desktop, looks like the mike & ike candy:)
Chellbie

austin said...

"I'm so excited... I'm so exciteeeed!... I'm so... SCARED!"

-Paperlilies

Anonymous said...

soooo...

this is your way of emptying the shit out of your head?

Anonymous said...

shes a *body-bumper* what can you expect?

Anonymous said...

wtf a BODY BUMP3R?

Anonymous said...

@BADALBERT

it is supposed to be like a watermark

Anonymous said...

Some of them look like the microbes we're doing in science