Here's the icon for Photosmith, a photo management tool coming soon for the iPad. Here's the full view of the icon in progress. Final will include a camera.
over 2 years ago
Wow, very nice! Lovely textures.
really nice, I would suggest removing noise from the tools and keeping it just for the base icon.
Noise ≠ texture, the outside and the base look great but as Umar said, I'd remove it from the tools :)
fantastic job, love the textures
Really nice! I'd only suggest two things.. one is remove the noise, or reduce it :D and then change the shadow where the wrench thing leans on the hammer, make it a lot harder/darker but closer to the wrench... if that makes any sense.
Everyone, thank you for the feedback and overwhelming support!
As far as the noise is concerned. I'm taking different explorations from PSD to PSD, but I'm looking to wear the metals further. They're smithing tools, not Black & Decker.
Looks like I've much to do!
@Prekesh, you're absolutely right. Didn't quite catch that right away. Good work.
nice icon but when does the "photo" aspect start? you will ad a camera to the tools?
Just one thing: It looks to much like the texture was applied to the whole image which makes it a little flat and unrealistic. Maybe the tools need way less noise than the stone/metal border thing.
If you want the tools to look worn and used, I'd say ding them up a bit. Alter the shapes of them so the edges are not so perfect. Add some notches where the hammer head has been chipped and add some groove marks into the plier things.
@Anton, as this is a WIP, I'm still working on the camera (as mentioned in the description). :)
@Jake, true dat.
crisp! love it :)
Good use of texture here :)
almost 2 years ago
over 1 year ago
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