The themes by Fusels are really good and
professionally designed. They flow
nicely, don’t feel boxy and there are enough to appeal to most people’s
sensibilities. There are not really many
niche ones, but the generalised feel of each one makes it so that you will find
at least one you like. I like the one
with the baby bunny picture.
The Dollie Crave site is mainly aimed at the female
market and possibly at the super camp market.
The themes are for both Twitter and Tumblr, and have a distinctly girly
feel about them. The flying hamster
pictured theme has its charms.
This is a very well done site. Graphically they have really put the work in,
and the format allows for very easy navigation.
They offer themes, wallpapers, updates, codes etc, as well as other
extras, such as ways of creating your own layouts. The themes are categorised very well, and are
of a very high quality. They go from the
overly cartoony, to celebrity images and high quality photography.
The themes on this site are mostly of very arty
photography. They mainly exist around
artistic pictures. For example there is
a picture with a man with a face full of smoke from his cigarette. The image is not altered, but has simply been
caught in the moment. Even if you are
not “in” to any form of art, you are likely to find an image and theme that you
like, out of the fiebretheemes collection.
From this link you will
be redirected to some images which could be used as wallpapers. They are nothing special, but one or two are
very thought provoking, and even if in the very likely event that you don’t see
one you like, they are still worth a look.
Want to add and customise
There is a slight variation depending on which country you are using Tumblr
from, but basically it goes:
On your dashboard click “Customize”
Then click on “Theme”
Then edit or install as you wish.
So far as I am aware,
there have been no court cases in which a person was sued for using an image as
a background for their Twitter or Tumblr account. As I understand it, unless you are using a
picture for your website or for commercial reasons, then there is often little
reason for the copyright holder to instigate any sort of legal action.