This is a recolor of wallpaper I found on WallHaven featuring Zero's OG endgame colorscheme of black armor and purple sabre.
A composite screenshot of one of my all-time favorite scenes from the cartoon Bravest Warriors, edited with some vaporwave-y text.
If You See The Budha, Kill Him [wallpaper version]
This is the widescreen wallpaper version of my first digital mandala. It represents eternal vigilance and the practice of mindfulness.
A wallpaper taking a 3D render of the Navi symbol from Serial Experiments: Lain and opposing its computational significance with a dense backgorund of tree canopies, rounded out with some scanlines and a subtle plasma effect.
A digital mandala inspired by love -- I made it for my wife on her 24th birthday. Fun fact, that is a graph of the internet in the background.
Execution of Perfect Dharma
A digital mandala featuring MegaMan Zero sprites and MegaMan X assets, it represents the cessation of conflict and inner peace.
Vajrapratekyabuddhas Are Like Water
The Kanji reads "Water seeks equilibrium;" As the Tao seeks the low places other disdain, so does Junkman -- so does the diamond feral buddha.
If You See The Buddha, Kill Him
This digital mandala started the series, using Chrono Trigger and various MegaMan sprites and a fractal-mapped automatic transmission, it represents eternal vigilance and the practice of mindfulness.
This was a fun wallpaper I made based on a classic rendition of Windows95-tan, remixed into a silly personification of the Linux kernel and some of its common paraphernalia.
Inori in Valhalla
Wallpaper I made for my old laptop which was named Valkyrie, it features official art of Inori from the anime Guilty Crown.
Let's All Love Lain!
Inspired by Serial Experiments: Lain this wallpaper represents her somehow conflicting desires for freedom and communication.
I made this wallpaper for my old Phenom II machine (still my favorite of the desktop computers I've owned) which was named Tsugumi.
Source of Buddhas [Lotus Pedestal Universal Program Engine]
This piece was my first foray into cyberspiritual imagery, inspired by a passage from the Brahma Net Sutra.
This wallpaper emerged from a desire for a more authentic "cyberpunk" feel.
Where the Cyber Elves Dwell
Using Capcom vs SNK sprites of the MegaMan Zero franchise's Cyber Elves, this wallpaper was a fun experiment in combining photography with sprites and abstract art to make a cohesive piece.
If MISSINGNO Was a DJ
Just look at it and understand :)
My favorite of the experiments I produced with Xaos, the columns in this piece remind me of Gyarados, which I had taken to naming Jazz in my Pokemon playthroughs.
Mog was a bot on our old IRC channel, and said all sorts of whacky things in between Uno games.