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Collar Bone

Made entirely with Adobe Photoshop

Made entirely with Adobe Photoshop

During the healing of a collar bone fracture, I made this skin. Its my second skin but my first submission. If you think that its full of bones and such things you?re wrong. This skin has no theme.

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October 24, 2004 by Henrik Bjornfjell270607 downloads

Collar Bone - Made entirely with Adobe Photoshop

Staff review

Now, that's obvious.

This is a really fine skin, looks nice, has lots of details, and it's fully skinned. It's not very original (the color combo), but it's really worth downloading.


Isn't this just a stylized Zeus5 skin? - The similarities are shockingly... similar. - June 23, 2006 by Jeff Brisson

Neat - A very cool combination of color and design. - June 27, 2005 by Arch Angel

Very Good - Great, simple colour scheme. Looks Awesome. Only problem is that you can't tell what some of the buttons are. Also, some of the decorative things look like buttons. Still, it's the one I've been using for a while - March 5, 2005 by Jason Crooks

wicked - I think this skin is wick. reminds me of neons. well done creator - January 4, 2005 by ashley parmenter

Cool - Nice... like it! (ps. Norsk eller?) - November 20, 2004 by B�rd Fleistad

Like it... - I like it, and would like to see this updated again. This could be my favorite with a few adjustments. Suggestions: A little blue in the EQ area (on volume and frequency controls) Black font for the playlist, it's a little hard to see with so much blue in there. The bright blue works for the current selection, but I want to see the other songs better. - November 14, 2004 by Fred Durst

Collar Bone - Even though this skin has been downrated because it is not unusual but simply a skin like other skins, I think it has some differences and looks cool. I feel the creator of this skin put some time in on it and I personally like it as well as any other similar skin I've seen. Henrik keep up the good work but don't break any more bones to have to do so. Thanks for this skin. - November 8, 2004 by Eugene Edwards

not too bad - It is quite a cool skin. Yes, the color thems are a bit boring, but it is nice and simple with deep details. Just look carefully... - October 25, 2004 by Kermath Davies

Quite A Nice Second Skin, But Missing Something... - This skin is an impressive second attempt by the designer and an inventive departure from the structure of the Classic skin template. The author disappointed me, however, by stating "If you think that its full of bones and such things you?re wrong." Bones and such things would have thrilled me, and I'm not being impudent, when's the last time you found a hidden little anatomical detail in a Winamp skin? That would be great, like a little tiny cartoon bone hidden the Preamp slider... But I digress. In my opinion this Classic skin could become a very nice Modern skin some time in the future, so well-designed are the LCD elements, it would lend itself incredibly well to colour themes and I think the designer would have a lot of fun with the freedom of form and function he'd be able to play with given the more flexible template. But this skin is missing something to me, and I can't quite put my finger on it. I could give in to clich? and say it's "soulless", but I can't lower myself to that level of frou-frou anthropomorphic art-gallery crap, so I'll settle with saying that the skin, while a very nice Classic skin and an awesome second design, isn't special. I suppose that could be said to some degree about any Classic skin because of the rigidity of the interface's template, but I don't see it that way, I've seen and reviewed a few Classic skins that truly exceed those limitations and manage to do more in the cell of their template than many misguided Modern skins do by abusing the freeform design and animations. Specifically, the EQ is woefully generic, and the sliders are far too bulky to be used accurately, since there are no prominent numerators for the many demarcations between each band. Also, the limits on the Preamp are ?20 instead of ?12...? Button text is hard to read at 1152x768, consider more contrast there. All in all, not bad at all for a second skin, the designer shows potential and dedication, and I look very much forward to watching his craft and design techniques evolve, hopefully evidenced in many, many skins both Classic and Modern, to come. - October 25, 2004 by Ike Eisenhower