Custom Wallpaper


beautiful homescreens


to build your own
  • amalcns

    great work gary,plz share everything:)

  • garyarts

    @amalcns thanks. Surely I will as I always do

  • mathewrice

    Following you here on MCS is like watching an all-star baseball player at a Home Run Derby…!

    Android handset manufactures really need to swoop up all this talent from MCS so we will be less inclined to customize our phones after purchase :-P (I mean that in a good way)

    The artists here and on other places like deviantart put shame to the design teams who are paid millions of dollars a year to produce crap for leading handset manufacturers.

    Keep up the good work!

  • pbrewer81


  • garyarts

    @mathewrice Thanks:-) I like your comments here (not just because of kind words), for been original and not dropping a cliche here or there…

  • garyarts

    @pbrewer81 Thanks!

  • vallarellas

    Awesome Work Man!!!! I Like it…

  • garyarts

    @vallarellas good to hear you also like it:-)

  • MarcoJHB

    @garyarts Video Tutorial will be up shortly :)

  • MarcoJHB

    Video Tutorial is up:
    Enjoy :)

  • garyarts

    @MarcoJHB thanks:-)

  • garyarts

    @Lunaspice thanks. Use quickpic to set wallpaper. You must set two screens and scrolling wall before it. It should work this way


Date Added: Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 at 12:09 am

The Web is a minimalistic and little grungy setup. Zoom, please to feel it more:-).
Main settings: Apex 9×7 grid, dock disabled, no margins, no shadows, etc. In details, check video tutorial.
What you need is here (wall and and another without text element and font if you want to change your shortcuts name, uzips (1×2 for theweb1 and 4×1 for theweb2, fine tuning needed, app drawer icon):
Rectangles has a transparent (in the zip file) icon over it, so you can add any shortcut
Video tutorial: (thanks to Marco JHB!)