Done in Photoshop CS6 (without Wacom). I must confess that it took every inch of my patience to complete this. Soon after making the shapes, I realized that finishing this is going to be a lot harder and trickier than I had imagined. Really glad to make it to the end.
Since this is just for practice, I would really appreciate some constructive criticism.
Don't forget to check the full view :)
27 days ago
i love it
wow, great reflections and shadows!
Top notch work
Sick!!!!! Really awesome!!!!
It's cool an all, but it's too safe, how bout some perspective here and there? Some more curves stuff like that :)
It's crazy how all your icons/shots are so damn crisp!
just one word - cool! :)
Nice to see that you kept with it and made it through the end. I have a few projects where I loose patients and just stop working on them. Really great work. Love all the details. So all you used was photoshop? Would really like to see your design process. I normally do the framework in illustrator and finish it off in photoshop.
@Asher man this is impressive. Love it. I am quite impressed by the little commands near the steering wheel. Also the texture of the leather is perfect. Another great one :)
@Pedja Rusic I have always struggled with perspective drawing and the end result is never as good as I expect it to be. I think the best way would be to use a 3D program which I have yet to learn.
@Jorge Puga Glad you like it :) I have included process animation with my first post.
I personally would just make the gloss bits on the main 'horn' plate a bit softer, apart from that, this looks incredible!
Keep 'em coming!
Very nice, which Toyota is it from? We're on our 4th Camry, but this looks a bit sportier than that.
tha's my boy!
26 days ago
very very nice work.. love it :)
Amazing!! If you really want constructive criticism I do have one ;)
Right below the logo, in the center part of the steering wheel, the shadow that you see that seems a bit unnatural. It's like it's either too hard or upside-down for some reason.
That's about the only thing I could find… other than that it's really great work :) Hat tip to the patience test!
This is sensational
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