You might have been quite intrigued by the wallpapers on Android Marshmallow which come looking quite aesthetic and unique in their design. One thing that’s worth giving your full attention is that these wallpapers are not digitally designed. Rather, they are constructed from different paper types that have been photographed with absolute detail and with the right kind of lighting.
These wallpapers are far from drab with creative shifts in texture and tone. Carl Kleiner, the mastermind behind making of these wallpapers, said that they wanted a sophisticated touch of creativity that had the organic feel and graphic composition. Some of the aspects included in this creative process were powders with color pigments, painted surfaces and floating ink amidst many others.
Ideas were then blended among the team members with neutral gray pops being incorporated into the precisely made scapes of papers that are popularly recognized on Lollipop. The geometry was then made a bit more sophisticated and some touch of depth was added using other materials such as coloured water which brought illusions of troughs as well as powder that looks grainy that brought about the resolving illusion.
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The making of these wallpapers is inarguably done in quite a genius style, and besides the privilege of being informed on the process of making them, Google has ensured that they are available in handy for you to download.
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