Digital abstract art pictures with 3d animation, 3d abstract images similar of flowers or Mandala. Selecting quantity of segments in the picture, changing algorithms and detailed elaboration, receive hundreds new colourful images.
Dec 26, 2011 12:06:28
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3D Leaves Screensaver 2.0 Autumn screensaver shows falling autumn foliage of different trees with 3d animation. The leaves are falling and swirl fills the desktop. Falling leaves of maple, birch and other trees create an atmosphere calm and relaxation.
Hearts and Flowers Screensaver 1.0 Valentine screensaver with many hearts, flowers and Cupid's arrow creates atmosphere of celebration Valentine's Day. Arrow of Cupid goes to the heart and the heart turns into a rose, tulip and other flowers or a Valentine sayings.
Description: Cool abstract pictures with colorful animation and 3d effect. Animated abstract pictures screensaver is a generate abstract images similar of a colorful abstract flowers. This abstract art pictures decorate your desktop in rest time. Changing the detailed and algorithms elaboration of images You receive hundreds colourful abstract pictures, receive surprising sequences of abstract pictures with 3d animation. Colorful animation and pleasant abstract forms will help to remove stress and to relax. Abstract Pictures Animated Screensaver is a computer desktop decoration and relaxation in rest time.
Free Flower Screensaver 2.06 Flowers stand for love, respect, courtesy, beauty, purity, joy and sorrow. So its function is different in different in different field. We may use it on happy ceremonies
Stinky Flower Set to Bloom After 60 Years Wait until the neighbors get a whiff of this. A giant exotic plant that has not bloomed in the Northeast in more than 60 years is ready to flower at the University of Connecticut's greenhouses. The "corpse flower" has the odor of 3-day-old road kill, and
'Big Bucky' May Become the Largest Flower Big Bucky's back. The rare, big and extremely stinky flower that caused a sensation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison when it last bloomed in 2001 could become the world's largest flower when it blooms again next week.