Inspired to make this after seeing Prekesh's and Kubilay's Super NES controllers. Never was a big Super NES fan, I had a Sega :)
Still a work in prgress, check out the full veiw http://d.pr/1jS1
about 3 years ago
Nice work man!
Looks AWESOME! Also is that Twitter icon you made gonna be released? It's equally as awesome! =D
Thanks guys, really appreciate the comments. I think I'm saving my images on the wrong format, because the shading is off. Anyone have any suggestions on what to save the preview as?
@Kyle Gray I haven't released it yet, haven't had time to test in on my Mac to see how it looks.
this is amazing man :)
Dude, nice! I had a sega megadrive II :P
awesome! i think the reflected light on the bottom seems too strong
Fantastic! Great shading... Great shading.
Pwnage. There seems to be some aliasing on the top part.
Hint : Try adding a Outer glow with size 0 and play with the contours, that might fix it. Have worked for me at times.
Apart from that, thats one badass icon. You have nailed the shading
And let it be clear - I was the first kid in my class to get a Genesis.
I love it, the highlight in the top center is great.
by Mike Puglielli
This is really good. Truly love it and I was a huge SEGA fan! Still am very hopeful for their success though, they have been struggling :(
My only real issue right now is how the alignment on the d-pad is off when compared to the decals. I think, perhaps, a simply rotate of the d-pad will solve this!
Looking forward to seeing the finished version.
about 3 years ago
AHHHHHHHHH!!!!! (*screams of fan excitement*). Love it - Genesis was my first real gaming system (only preceded by my Atari 2600). Awesome work, brings back lotsa memories.
I miss that controller so much!
Damn, nice work dude!
Brilliant, although I side with the SNES folks.
Very very nice!
wow. Beautiful execution!
Thank you everyone for the comments/feedback and I'll get on fixing that D-Pad :)
Shining Force and Phantasy Star, need I say more?
FYI - love that you even have the little beveled dot to indicate the B button. Great detail!
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