1920 x 1080 recommended; I worked on this at 2133 x 1200 for the reconstruction part, so 1920 x 1200 actually cuts from it.
Another simpler wallpaper, just like my previous one, only this one has textures instead and isn't as shiny. I couldn't bring myself to continue my other vector wall projects, so I found the perfect excuse when I came across this gorgeous scan :P It's not a technically awesome wall, just something I whipped up in around an hour or so (spread out on two days). Most of it went into reconstructing the background: a lot of cloning, blending and color modifying and some manual reconstruction on the patterns on the arches (which drove me up the wall at times).
I painted a few shadows on the top part of the arches to avoid them all looking identical but, aside from that and reconstructing, there wasn't much done here. Added the bokeh for a softer look, didn't add text because I had no idea what to put and I wanted to focus on the background anyway. Overall, this is made for those with lots of icons and wide monitors, because I for one really enjoy something scenic and basic on my desktop most of the time c:
Scan: Feelings in the Music by nat
Texture: Buzillo Stock
Painting and bokeh were done by messing around with the settings of default brushes in Photoshop CS5.
Title is random, based on what came on shuffle in Winamp when I saved this.