Back in ’07 made a cute Al/Jas wallpaper from an image from a DPM dating back to 2005Screen resolution was then common at 1024 by 768 pixels. And while that post is still very popular I imagine that the screens and resolutions got bigger and higher in four years. Taking a look at my site stats it just 20 % still has 1024 but 15% of Streetrat’s visitors have 1280 X 800 and 1366 X 768. Here’s a remake for 1280 X 800 and 1366 x 768 screens. I hope to remake a couple more this summer.
I made this wallpaper from the last page of the booklet My Best Friend is Jasmine (Jenna and her younger brother and sister are hungry and living on the streets in Agrabahâ€”that is, until Jenna becomes best friends with Princess Jasmine! Find out how this streetwise little girl gets invited to live in a princessâ€™s palace in this full-color padded and glittered hardcover storybook. ) Click on the thumbnail for theÂ full versionÂ of 1920 by 1080 pixels then right click on it and choose “Set as Background” This may variy from system to system.
A year of 5 ago I frequently bought Disney Princess Magazines for their cute covers, posters and backs that at least once a year featured the Arabian desert rose. At some point the magazines focused more on the big 4, Aurora, Cinderella, Ariel and Belle ignoring Jasmine altogether. The magazines have been a great source for me to create some beautiful wallpapers, see for yourself the Wallpaper Gallery page.
But I was never able to use my favorite picture the scan has been sitting on my computer for years and I’ve looked at it hundreds of times thinking and honor the majesty of the artwork. Tonight I saw this really nice wallpaper using artwork from another issue inspiring me to take another shot at it.
Click on the thumbnail for full size then click right on the picture choose “set as background” or something similar.
I replaced my old 19″ computer monitor width a much bigger 22″ widescreen LCD screen capeble of very hight resolutions up to 1920 X 1080 pixels. That meant I needed a bigger wallpaper the ones I had are for 1024 x 768 or slightly bigger screens.
The wallpaper is from the scene where Aladdin is saying his goodbyes to Jasmine after his saved Agrabah. It’s one of the most touching and tearjerking moments in the film. I left some empty page at the bottom for icon storage. In 2007 I made a classic 1024 x 768 and and 1280 by 1024 pixel wallpapers from this same scene.
Click on the picture to load the full 1680 x 1050 wallpaper then click right on it and select set as background. The text might not be exact the same on your system.
I finally finished scanning The Art of Aladdin book, a Sotheby’s catalog listing orginal artwork used for the movie, that I bought a while ago. If you take a look at the two wallpapers I made below you probably will admire the talent of Disney’s background painters. The first wallpaper is the standard 1024 by 768 pixel format while the second one is slightly higher.