Clever, I love it :)
3 months ago
did you create the guidelines after or before you draw it ? a bit curious about it :)
For such forms I do it before and adjust alinements in accordance afterwards.
This is great, simple but well executed!
Maybe you should try to add a few pixels between the bolt and the bottom of the beaker.
So you did enjoy doing it
so perfect, every time.
That grid makes no fucking sense. Design fetishism at its finest right here folks.
Why you mad, bro? @Moeed Mohammad
The bolt look quite nice in the beaker.
Grid looks fine to me, if anything I'd say it's missing a diagonal line from top left to bottom right (to balance out the light bolt).
@Jack Bloom I'm not mad. That grid make no sense. At all.
@Moeed Mohammad I fail to understand the point of your comments. You have nothing to contribute regarding the design. And that is the point of this site. So maybe, just maybe you should shut up and not say anything at all then.
@Moeed Mohammad I have read some of your other comments and it's funny to me how you go from one shot to other and criticize grids. Frickin grids. Seems that you don't have much interest in design itself, only to be a douche.
Clean shape, like it !
@Moeed Mohammad I don't think its a grid at all, they are guidelines, denoting the construction of the icon. If it were a grid, then there would be an actual grid. That's the problem with a lot of you that point out these "grids" on individuals' work, they aren't grids. It's just simply showing you shape relations, proportions, and construction.
Good stuff as usual, George. I use grids while designing as well, so I don't see a problem people have with it.
so then tell us what design that make sense to you @Moeed Mohammad . We are here to sharing and give some constructive critiques, not just throwing some random dirty word. Respect yourself and others. Cheers
@Metallika Putra P. and @Dalius Stuoka
Why do you need instructions to create an icon? It's a digital entity. You can copy it and paste it. The "guidelines" are completely unnecessary because nobody is ever going to use those guidelines to make this icon, or any icon.
Not all designs have to make sense. This is my point. Your icon or logo does not need to have "guidlines" at all, or we don't need to see them. They are completely unnecessary. We should be commenting on the actual icon, so that is all we need to see. There is no need to see the "guidelines".
Why couldn't the designer just post the shot without the lines? Would that be really bad? Would it not give you a design hard-on?
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