A few questions you might ask:
How did you draw the Stargate?
I used an open source CAD (Computer Aided Design) package called QCAD, sadly since I drew this the software availability has changed, there is still a community edition available from the RibbonSoft website, however this is a source distribution suited to confident Linux users.
Are the glyphs all correct?
Well, they're mainly authentic, I recognised a good few of them as I drew them from a picture I found. I'm not sure which gate it is though, if any. Glyph one is the "Tau'ri" symbol found on the Egyptian gate, which would suggest that it's that one but I don't know about the order of the other glyphs.
Do you know how to dial Earth?
Plain old gate
Black and white image of the Stargate, basically that's what I drew to start off with, then made a feature of a part of it for the other wallpapers.
Black and White detail of the second Chevron
Black and white negative image of the second chevron. It looks a bit cooler than the first chevron because the ring cuts through at a jaunty angle!
The same image as before but in a "blueprint" style for those of you who like a colourful desktop.
Note: Stargate is © MGM Studios
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