Ahhhh, pencil, my first love... I need to draw more.
This mood board helped guide this design direction.
This is for a company that does scenic driving tours with fancy, old, expensive cars. Trying to figure out how to work that into the look and feel somewhere... no I don't mean into the background. Suggestions?
about 3 years ago
Wow, well done mate, looks amazing.
I totally second the appreciation for pencil. And that's a catchy phrase, pencil before pixels.
Love it! As for the classic car element, why not into the photography? Of course it would be in context with whichever tour is selected.
I feel like if you added a car, things would be too cliche. I bet if you focused on making things feel fancy, old, and expensive, your point would come across fine, without hitting the user upside the face with it.
Love this, Jason... perhaps behind the map we see an old school automotive material - like a tan leather seat... or you could use levers and knobs for UI bits... http://cl.ly/yZB
That is excellent... Way to chronicle the process.
I'm feeling it. This is going to be awesome.
this is the biggie smalls of icon sketches.
Wow, thanks everyone! Really appreciate the comments.
Jason: Photos would be nice, but I'm not sure how much they're willing to invest in them (time or money).
Eric: Great call with the levers and knobs for UI bits. Leather is something I'm considering.
Matthew: What do you mean? This is a sketch for a full-scale website, not an icon.
Thanks again ya'll!
What about making it look like you are looking out the windshield of an old car, with foliage out the window and the map is almost propped up on the steering wheel and dashboard?
I can jam on that, thanks Jeff.
Jason: Biggie Smalls
Bruce: Don't get me wrong, I know who Mr. Smalls is, but I didn't get the "icon sketches" part. Did you?
Jason: Looks good so far. As for the vintage car element, how about some nice retro colours (teal, red, etc.) and some typography that would really carry the theme well IMO. The Jukebox collection from Veer offers some nice options.
by Terry Acker
Once again, it was a catchy phrase. Just had to rebound it.
about 3 years ago
Tyler: Thanks for the suggestions, I just checked out the Jukebox collection. Nice retro faces, indeed. But they're trying to steer away from retro, vintage and antique. They want to seem young, lively, and adventurous, but still convey a sense of refinement, class, and knowledgeability. Think "classic" cars, pardon my first reference to old/expensive cars.
High-fives, Terry. Great rebound! =)
Thanks for all the likes and comments, folks. Really appreciate it.
by Jason Robb
Really rough at this point. But, it's a start.
Lookin' good! I love sketching designs out too. So underrated.
This is awesome! Great sketch work. I wish I can sketch like that. Practicing though. :)
almost 3 years ago
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