A little more specific niche for a a template, but a fun one to work on nonetheless. Never really worked with fabric textures before (there are about 8 layers in there). Any feedback is appreciated.
almost 3 years ago
You take great photographs! Wait... that's not a photo? I know, I know, I'm a broken record. Once again, incredible at the details, Dave! Now I know why you wanted that dash-font the other day. I'm excited to see all these full size someday.
This is brilliant. Especially love the pin through the image
@Joel. Thanks, yet again. I really appreciate your constant support and positive feedback on my work. Just wanted to let you know it doesn't go unnoticed.
Very nice! I like the use of Quicksand as the font. Goes well with the theme.
Sick. Your textures are always perfectly subtle.
Think that's the most perfect stitches I've ever seen - great work.
Lovely fabric texture as well - subtle but crisp.
@Regina: It's actually underscores from a rounded font with a subtle diagonal pixel texture and a drop shadow, and it works marvellously. You can use w's and v's for back stitches, etc.
Dave, this is gorgeous. I love how you play with the details. Keep on making amazing designs.
@Gedy! Thanks so much. I appreciate the feedback!
Picasso babies, I tell you.
Also, do you branch into other areas of life with this perfection/precision? I've got some lawn care maintenance I could use some help with. Together we can beat that grouchy neighbor of mine at his own game. Hit me up.
@Christian Absolutely. Still paying off my ex-wife, so I need all the side work I can get. Email me and sharpen the hedge trimmers.
fantastic stitching details, especially where the two areas meet. Fantastic use of underscores, never thought of such trickery.
Off the chain. Seriously.
Love it! - Amazing work again Dave.
@Nol. Thanks, dude. Ready to code this or what?
wow this looks great! I love the texture and the details
I am hoping that is a good "good golly!" ;)
well, of course :)
Subtle, simple, sexy.
That needle is pure detail awesomeness. So are the textures.
I think you just started a denim trend.
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