orb3000 · Aug 19, 2010 at 03:00 am

ElegantSteel Android Theme

Graphics, oh graphics! Do you like theming a lot? XDA member Jedipottsy shows this elegant theme for Android devices, transparent and opaque colour combinations of graphics can be selected with this set.
The developer also provides the PSD for anyone who wants to work in making a flashable theme.
This work continues the style and evolves from the first version called Elegance.

Originally posted by Jedipottsy
[WIP]ElegantSteel

Hi,

You guys might remember i designed the Elegance theme (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=633043) I’ve been designing a new theme called ElegantSteel.
Theme is based around the Tolken icon’s (http://brsev.deviantart.com/art/Token-128429570) with elements from Ubuntu 10.04 and other Linux themes.
With the help of a few people in the community i hope to create this as a MM for CM5, and once the theme is finished im going to release the PSD for anyone to create ports / alterations etc.
I’m opening this thread as a place for people who would be interesting in helping to contact me, my gtalk is animationrich@googlemail.com

You can find more information in the theme thread.


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