Whoah – check out these ultra realistic 3d PowerPoint backgrounds! They look good enough to eat. If you are a ravenous robot or something, that is. What a splendid mix of colour, shininess and reflections. Our designers really got their creative hats on to produce this latest batch of backgrounds.
In fact, we liked them so much that we used one for our PowerPoint Backgrounds Facebook page.
Do you recognise the background in the images? Thought you might; it’s your road! And you can look forward to upcoming backgrounds that feature your kitchen, attic and bathroom.
We’ve only published 6 backgrounds, when we usually publish 12, but we think that these are precisely twice as good as the norm.
Find one you like and then open it up in PowerPoint by clicking on the image. Save it to your computer by clicking ctrl + s and from there you can make your changes and ensure that they are saved. Hey presto, you are ready to engage your audience in your next PowerPoint presentation.
If you’re in a dark mood, these PowerPoint backgrounds are just for you. How did we know you were in a dark mood? Well, just look at the way you are sat, and tell me you’re not! I and my team of PowerPoint designers-come-CSI-murder-analysts narrowed you down to either being in a dark mood or being a ninja. Which is it??
Too much coffee I guess…
By the way, there are 17 ninjas hidden in the backgrounds shown, and there is a prize to be bestowed on the bright eyed upstart who spots them.
It’s easy to get your hands on these backgrounds; just click on one of the images above and that background will open in Microsoft PowerPoint. Rinse and repeat on all the other backgrounds. Once the presentation is open in ppt, press ctrl + s to save it to your hard drive, and then start adding your own content.
Feel free to use these images in your own presentations, but don’t sell them or display them on your own websites.
The “bright idea” for this batch of PowerPoint backgrounds was the old cliché of an “idea lightbulb”. And, of course, our team of designers went mad with it. One lightbulb was not enough, oh no. And two weren’t either. Before we knew it there was a sinister looking herd (is herd the correct grouping?) of lightbulbs.
These backgrounds have been shot with the usual high quality you have come to expect from powerpoint-backgrounds.net. Our designers, being our designers, have shot the lightbulbs from every conceivable angle (and some inconceivable ones), too, so there should be something for everyone.
Clicking on any of the above images will open the corresponding background up in PowerPoint, and from there you can ctrl+s to save it to your hard drive. Change the template to fit your needs and then use it over and over again until your audience taps out.
Depending on how well these lightbulb PowerPoint backgrounds are received, we may create a new, more dramatic set.
Yes, it’s that time of the week again: Fractal Friday. We have another 10 gorgeous fractal PowerPoint backgrounds for you to download and use how you wish (barring their republication on other websites, and their sale).
If you caught our earlier fractal background post, no doubt you’ve been waiting tirelessly by your computer for the past week, ready for the next instalment – and here it is!
We’ve had quite a few people asking how our designers are creating these fractals. I have to be honest and admit that we use expensive but old school software to get some fantastic results. And, while I’m in control of budgets, my designers will think themselves lucky that I forked out for this extravagant software. Not every designer is blessed with such a generous and thoughtful boss.
Stay tuned for more fractal backgrounds next Friday!
We’ve been thinking for a while about bringing in a new thing: Fractal Friday. Each Friday we will post a plethora of fractal backgrounds, all free for you to download. If we were a lazy bunch of ne’er do wells, I’d be tempted to question why we didn’t think of Fractal Friday before now. But the truth is that we have a long list of requested backgrounds that we are steadily working through (we’re always working, and we never sleep!), and we haven’t had time to even entertain the idea of fractals.
Until now, that is.
So, our proposed timetable is to publish backgrounds with a fractal bias every Friday. And they will be good, damn good. Just look at this instalment. How sexy are these backgrounds?
Because it’s possible that you might like to use them for other purposes than PowerPoint presentations, we’ve uploaded the images themselves. Usually we embed them in templates for you, but we couldn’t be bothered this time. Being artistic geniuses can be very tiring.
Here are 10 fractal backgrounds, and stay tuned foranother 10 next Friday. They look pretty dark in the thumbnails, but the larger images are a little lighter. Just click on an image to see what I mean. Right click and save the large image. You are not allowed to republish them on another website, however, or sell them.
Arthur Brown got it right when he said “I am the god of hell fire, and I bring you Fire“. What a crazy world. Anyway, Arthur Brown couldn’t have done as good a job on these fire PowerPoint backgrounds, as our famed designers.
What started out as “fire”, though, quickly evolved into “mist”. So, if you are the god of hell mist, you’ll love these PowerPoint backgrounds. Like beauty, fire (and mist) is in the eye of the beholder.
We actually made an animated background of fire that lasted a mere 2 seconds, but it created a movie file that was a gazillion terrabytes, so I’m afraid you are stuck with still images. Maybe when we’ve figured out how to get the file size down we’ll release our moving mist I mean fire animated background.
Click on an image to open up the background in PowerPoint, and then save it immediately to your hard drive.
Boy have we got a humdinger of a collection of Halloween PowerPoint templates to give away for free. That’s right, scare your audience witless with these spooky backgrounds. It doesn’t just stop there, either, as we intend to publish a few more Halloween backgrounds in the run up to Halloween, so stay tuned for those.
So, one background to download – for free – today, and more to come!
Because we used a scary looking font (Cartographer) in the template, and you probably won’t have it on your computer, we embedded the font in PowerPoint. This means that you won’t have to install the font on your computer yourself. We did all the hard work for you. The down side is that the file size for this PowerPoint template is huge – a whopping 2.2 MB! That in itself probably won’t be a problem, but should you want to cut down file sizes, use the link given previously to download and install the Cartographer font and then go ahead and save the template without the fonts embedded. That should reduce the file size by about, oh, 1.5 MB.
Personally, I’d keep the presentation as it is, but it’s up to you.
As we promised in our previous abstract background post, here are some backgrounds that have gentle swirls and curves and that use gradual colour transitions. These are much more organic in shape, and just a little dark and brooding. Open them up in PowerPoint by clicking on their images and then save them to your computer. You can use them as templates on which to base your new presentations – which you can deliver with pizazz!
There are 7 backgrounds – freely downloadable – which should keep you going until our next backgrounds are out.