Xperiment Shop Open and Ready for Requests for Custom Graphics
Graphics can be hard to come by if you don’t have any money. Either they cost a lot and look really cool or they cost nothing, look really cool but the artist is up to their eye balls in requests.
To help take the load of the free graphics artists, XDA Member Xperiment2012 has started a thread where members can order up free custom graphics. Why, you may ask? Says Xperiment2012:
I am making free GFX for anyone who wants one. I am not a PRO and this is mainly an entertaining way for me to practice and also offer a service to the community. If you would like one please fill out the form below and I’ll get on theme ASAP. If you do not like what is done please give me ideas on how to improve it so you do.
Pros come from people who aren’t pros who practice often, and this being XDA, there will likely be a nice variety of graphics for Xperiment2012 to make. The order form is relatively simple:
So if you’ve been looking for a cool graphic for your ROM, or for your signature or if you just want some cool graphics, you can hit up the original thread to place your request.
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