Working on some icons for a blog design.
over 2 years ago
Dude... These are sweet! Next VM Crate?
No, not the next VM crate, just for another project.
These are gonna be great! The only thing that doesn't make sense to me is the emboss. Because I've never seen an embossed stamp. High fives.
please stop being so fucking awesome.
Nice, I love the stamp design! Would love to see the implementation on the blog!
I've just made something similar for my portfolio: http://dribbble.com/shots/113936-My-Twitter-feed :)
Yep, that's how to do it!
Sweet! Might leave the stamp off of "Subscribe & Follow" though.
Man that looks so nice.
I agree with Rob, however, and would suggest dropping the "postmark" on the section text.
What is the best method for making the textured patterns suitable for repeating and what-not on the web (the bit behind the stamps, not the lattice)? Dribbble has it here (nice noisy background image) and it's clearly in play in that shot… just curious how one goes about making a seamless noise like that.
What a great idea man! And it looks really dope!!!
Top notch as always, dude. Would it be crazy if the facebook f was bevelled like the rest?
it's a great idea.
I agree with kurt just remove the engraving effect and it will be just perfect also the white texture lines should be parallel to the edges of the stamp not to the page/document
Awesome! The stamps are cool! How about making them less perfect? :D
I really like this! :D
I dig it too! I don't mind the engraving since it gives them a sense of realism. But maybe just one postmark? If you stuck four stamps on an envelope you'd only get one. ;)
I'm just really liking the texture. Well Done!
These are frikin' great! Nice work!
Very cool! Great job!
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