orb3000 · Aug 2, 2010 at 06:00 pm

Caleidoscope Surreal Dali Sense Theme

Fro those of you who are following XDA member tin2404 and his surealistic themes, the developer just released a “Claeidoscope” theme on this creative series. The OP has made this wallpapers on an blue UI.
Working on Windows Mobile 6.5 and you need to have Cookie Home Tab installed.

Originally posted by tin204
·٠•● ๑۩๑ ●•٠·CALEIDOSCOPE Surreal DALI SENSE UI·٠•● ๑۩๑ ●•٠·

Artists are weird kind of people.
This one release is aimed in a first place for users that have art touch taste and sense for unusuall.This is, in a sort of way, a culmination of mixed lucid surreal digital color-play game..Based on a popular Dali Vantage Aluminium UI and encouraged by user requests here is DALI CALEIDOSCOPE SENSE UI for WM 6.5 systems.This release is made from scratch and it is mainly aimed for advanced users who like unusuall stuff.Interface is now much more advanced and designed.Colors has been added in smart way and HiRes images are much more pollished.

΅΅΅΅΅΅˙·٠•● ๑۩๑ ●•٠·˙DALI CALEIDOSCOPE SURREAL SENSE UI΅΅΅΅΅΅˙·٠•● ๑۩๑ ●•٠·


I have personally painted wallpapers and they fit best to this SenseUI. All others will just destroy composition.

You can find more information in the theme thread.

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