Sketching some icon ideas for a pretty exciting app for yall photo nerds out there!
My pleasure again to work with this talented designer and overall awesome dude: Eric Hoffman
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8 months ago
these are awesome :) the colours are just beautiful. nicely done.
Great sketches and nice colours! Especially like the butterfly and the flower.
Great colors ! Awesome
@Eddie Lobanovskiy Awesome
Your »sketchy« always make me crazy! ^.^
wow that's zingy!!!!!!!!!!!
This is not a sketch. This is awesomeness!
If these are options, my pick would be the one with the butterfly!
Dude your killing it!
@Eddie Lobanovskiy It seems awesome. Lovely shot man.
I appreciate if you can answer. I think you spent lots of time behind this sketch so why not do that directly digital?
@chirag dave - uijunction The art of the sketch! For me sketching means that the marks made are not final, they are in development stage, I find exploring with sketches gets better rewards then going straight to digital. The ideas can be refined. I am also pretty sure if your sketches were this hot (shit hot) you would post them...
Nice Work as always.
@Eddie Lobanovskiy , Awesome man - I would love to see a mix between 4 & 5, the camera combined with the pixelated colors in nr 4...
Cannot decide which one I would prefer- maybe the butterfly and the camera are a lil bit ahead of the others. Great work.
I appreciate all your kind words guys! :)
@chirag dave - uijunction thank you my friend. Honestly, thinking process took a lot more time than sketching here. I wasn't trying to be perfect - just quickly threw together what I had in mind. I always start with paper because it makes me feel more free. There's nothing like having blank piece of paper and pencil in front of you.
Normally I start with sketching a very rough list of elements that I could use in my design such as the one I showed here
http://dribbble.com/shots/1069017-GoodNotes-icon-in-process/attachments/132024 There's more to this process but you get the idea.
Also working with paper and pencils gives a nice break from staring at computer screen, which I'm sure we all do enough of. ;)
@Damian Kidd thanks man.
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