This week, our top five best football wallpaper choices.1.
“The Great Wall” by Tim Allen, The Wall Street Journal2.
“Walking Dead” by Frank Miller, Image Comics3.
“Crocodile Dundee” by Mike Mignola, Image Books4.
“Black Swan” by Nick Cave, Random House5.
“Savage Worlds” by Jim Butcher, The Dresden FilesThe Best Football Wallpaper for the Holiday SeasonHere are our top 5 favorite football wallpapers for the holiday season, based on what you liked and disliked about the other wallpapers:1.
Tim Allen’s The Great Wall Wall Wallpaper: I’ve been a fan of Tim Allen wallpapers since I was in high school, but this one has got me hooked for years.
It’s one of the best wallpapers I’ve ever seen, and the colors are stunning, the contrast so strong, and even the text in the image is incredible.
I love it!2.
Frank Miller’s The Wall: This wallpaper is just too good to pass up.
The colors are brilliant and the text is really cool.
I don’t know what it is about Frank Miller and the wall that makes it so effective, but I always look forward to his work.
It really adds a lot to the experience when I am playing football.3.
Mike Mignedola’s Black Swan: The colors and contrast are fantastic, and this is the wallpaper that keeps me coming back.
There is a subtle contrast to the colors, but the text, the background, and a nice touch of black on the wall make the wallpaper stand out from the rest.4.
Jim Butcher’s Savage Worlds: This one is really good, and I loved the artwork.
I loved seeing the artwork in action, and watching the characters interact with each other, so this is a really cool wallpaper.5.
Nick Cave’s Black Swans: The artwork is awesome, and it’s the perfect match for the colors.
The wallpaper is so detailed, and everything is great, but there is a slight contrast to match the color.
It makes the wallpaper feel very dark and mysterious.