After Flat Mountain, Sea and Space it's time for Flat Desert ;) and i think this is the last one... but who know :D Hope you like it ;)
BTW. Make sure u check @2x version and Uber Pro Big Blasta Version - it's much bigger than @2x :D
7 months ago
these are killer! love them bigtime
Loving this series @Mateusz Dembek. All of them - excellent.
lol sux town :)
Nice & flat!
Your icons are amazing man
I see breaking bad there :)
@Caleb Royce Lummer , @Sebastián Falasca , @Andrew Colclough , @Graphorce , @Jonas Söder - thanks guys :)
@George Otsubo :D yeah, someone did this... but i don't know who :D BASTARDS!
@Claudio Gomboli yeah :D i have no idea for third illustration so Braking Bad Camper are my choice for this one :)
@Mateusz Dembek :) Great series, just posted a shot about Walter :D
Outstanding... all of them :)
@Nuruzzaman Sheikh thanks :)
Love how the first two have elements outside of the circle, perhaps you could do that with the third one as well to make the set complete? Also, the van is awesome.
All are fabulous, but I personally like to add those two elements inside the circle.
@Amanda Appiarius yes I know, and you're right, i just forgot about this :P thanks ;)
@Tanmay Goswami well in this set (i mean flat space, flat sea, flat mountain and this - flat desert) in every illustration some objects are just outside - i think it's just better option ;) but thanks for your comment :3
@ididi thanks mate ;)
@Darius Dan thanks man :)
Nice set Mateusz
The van is hard to tell against the sand, maybe a bit more contrast? (like you have for the first two)
I love these btw, keep the series coming Mateusz.
@Steve Fraschini , @Muhammad El Melegy - thanks guys ;)
@Zaib Ali tip? huh... well i did them on Photoshop and i use shapes only :P (even "flat shadows" are shapes) :)
@Adrien Olczak Well... i must say that now i see it... i mean u have right :) so thanks for the tip ;) and i'll try to do some new ones ;)
Looks really great! Though personally I think it would look even better if the horizon would be horizontal.
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