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Sean
Artist | Hobbyist | Design & Interfaces
United Kingdom
I started doing digital art in the 90s, using DPaint and Brilliance after borrowing my uncle's Commodore Amiga. Then on the PC I used Adobe Photoshop/ImageReady for various web site design graphics and just general art and design. Over the last 6 years or so, I've been mainly doing free software art and design for projects like KDE, KDE Games, GNOME and general free software themes and customisation. Inkscape and The GIMP are my main tools these days. In the past few years I've more focused on interface design and mock-ups.
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Hi all

As you've seen I've no been doing any themes lately, might start doing some at some point. I was thinking about starting up a youtube channel all about KDE themes, theme making, tutorials and linking to DF for the themes. Sound like a good idea? Let me know what you think.
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Racy For Plasma 5 by half-left
Racy For Plasma 5
Racy for Plasma 5 based off  givesnofuck.deviantart.com/art…, kamaz-z.deviantart.com/art/Rac…

Thanks to :icongivesnofuck: for letting me make it for Plasma 5.

Instructions:

The theme is also on KDE-look, you can use the option in System Settings>Workspace Theme>Desktop Theme>Get New Themes

Licence: GPL

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Plasma 5.0 workspace or above.

Update - 1.1

Themed frame.svgz
Text colour is now lighter as the original concept does actually have lighter text.
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Hi all, hope you had a nice Christmas and Santa got you some nice things.  I'll be releasing the Racy theme shortly, now I've actually got around to finishing it. :-D
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If you ever wondered, how do I see changes on my themes as I design them? Well, in  order to see the changes in realtime, there are a few things I need to do. Plasma keeps two cache files for the Plasma theme in ~/.cache, they are named accordingly. Every time I make a change in Inkscape, I save it out to the theme folder and then delete the two .cache files, then reapply the theme and this will show the new changes. This allows me to make the themes faster since I can see the changes as I do them. So, the System Settings>Workspace theme>Desktop Theme is always open and a Dolphin window at ~/.cache. I usually have KColourChooser open as well so I can sample colours from themes I do, like from the Windows theme screenshots.
  • Listening to: Digitally Imported - Vocal Trance
Hi all

As you've seen I've no been doing any themes lately, might start doing some at some point. I was thinking about starting up a youtube channel all about KDE themes, theme making, tutorials and linking to DF for the themes. Sound like a good idea? Let me know what you think.
  • Listening to: Digitally Imported - Vocal Trance

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