Shit, posted the wrong one.
Unless you have a monitor for ants.
That looks like such a cozy place, I'd love to live somewhere like that
Well it's a nice thread so far, barring those two guys near the end.
Will post a few wallpapers out of boredom.
I really need to sort this folder out.
A different kind of comfy.
Sorry for the inconsistent sizes.
Well that's all for this folder that fits the thread, the rest of them are scenery.
Moving onto the next folder now.
I realise I am skipping some numbers, but they're either already posted or don't fit the thread.
I can't even post one of my favourites because it's resolution is too small.
Guess I'll stop now. I hope this is what you guys are looking for.
It's only natural to assume a thread dedicated to comfy things would have comfy things in it anon. I was just saying it was a nice thread till then.
There's no need to be a pretentious asshole.
You are a legend Anon, I was eventually going to do something similar. Not that I have any idea how to.
photoshop bruv! it's super easy, there's a tool that lets you select all the areas with a single colour, you just swap out the background for something complementary.
you can figure out what colours might work nicely with colour palette generators online. usually, matching the temperature (warm vs cool) of the colour results in cozier vibes. but experiment!
photoshop's been cracked to hell, you should be able to find a version for your OS if you're interested in trying.
Different annon here, but try GIMP. It's considered to be one of the best free Photoshop-like editors/creators and I'm pretty sure there is an XP compatible version. I base that on my using it on an XP machine 10 years ago in high school. :D
Well, the request was for 'comfy', not 'crazy stuff'. Pretty much any bedroom that is sort of close and comfy would qualify.
Well noted, the shitty tags are just a general measure for my own sake anyways.
well, it ain't that hard to paint and listen to music and the book she's "reading" is flower photos so one would assume she's using photos as a reference for the painting, but that's just my theory.
Same anon who recommended GIMP here, in my defense, I had no idea Photoshop had a free version out. When I was first learning Photoshop, the only way to get it was A. Use that limited free version that school computer had or B. Piles of money. But, that was way back in 2003 and was pointed to GIMP shortly after learning Photoshop, plus most of the not-DA communities recommend other programs as well.
going to leave a few here-