Don't take it seriously. :)
I made the text shadows using Long Shadow Generator offered by @Raul Taciu.
You can find attached a package of wallpapers, FB cover and avatar.
Use it wisely! :D
With this work I just wanted to explain how a nice style in design can destroy itself if we didn't intervene in.
4 months ago
Looks great on my screen! Thanks
Ha! Couldn't help but giggle at the way this statement is illustrated! But now I'm thinking maybe this is Flat Design's cry for help for being (over-)used and abused - and suddenly Eurythmics pops to mind :)))
Thank you for the freebie! ;)
@Vera Cotuna :)
Yeah, I know what you feel about it. And also that lines from Eurythmics.
by Dan Dragomir
I've noticed that flat design related post's tend to decrease. Unfortunately it's success was also it's biggest threat.
As @Vera Cotuna said in @Balazs Szabo's post: Some of them want to use you, some of them want to abuse you...
4 months ago
by Vera Cotuna
I'm expecting a good debate on this - like the one I had in my head before I decided to upload this shot ;)
I think it's logical. And it should be to anyone with basic geometry knowledge. Am I missing something or am I just being too obtuse? - geometry pun intended!
• Long shadow made with "Long Shadow Generator" by @GraphicBurger
• I have nothing against the flat design or long shadow trend, on the contrary! I just don't think they should be considered the same thing.
• Please don't be offended by the hillbilly language, reading only John Steinbeck lately has highly affected my vocabulary! :D
• Eurythmics still playing in the background!
P.S. People should do rebounds on @Balazs Szabo 's original and make it like a "flat design confessional". I think we need that! :)))
It will come back, give it some time. ;)
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