The arrow could have a little more gloss, detail and depth if you should change anything.
over 2 years ago
@Tomas Maybe there will be some dynamic light effect. Thanks for notice.
WOW! Looks rad
Love the shadow of the separations.
Maybe the paper's left shadow is too dark.
The arrow is going to move when scrolling? :D
@Mariano the arrow is going to move when scrolling, we solve it right now
Nice icons! This looks like it would be a lot of fun.
Innovative presentation ! Just want to see that arrow moving :D
But it looks like there's a problem with shadows : light comes from left for black buttons and from right for the red arrow — Or i'm missing something ?
@Daniel sweet. Can't wait to try it :D
@Brent This is our goal, make your tasks funny
@Nico I know about that issue with the shadow, but shadow from the arrow looked really ugly. I'm thinking about it...
It would be nice if the shadow on the wood went behind the paper when pressing down to spin. To give the feel of pressure and depth.
@Leigh interesting idea
Your presentation of this is super nice. The design details are great too.
Inspired by a Ouija Board or Wheel of Fortune?
@Sarah Wheel of fortune, of course :)
I can imaginet he functionality with this, the pointer moving up with the pin and then pinging back - will look and feel beautiful!
@Taptastic Apps with some played sound maybe :)
It's weird to me that people freak out over light sources and shadow direction. In real life there can be multiple light sources unless you are outside in direct sunlight. The further away from the surface shadows look different, and in some cases it can change the direction. Don't worry about the shadows too much.
This looks wonderful.
@Craig Thank you for that words. I'm OK with it
by Daniel Máslo
over 2 years ago
Love it. Great idea.
Cool! love the icon and the pointer..
about 2 years ago
I wanna spin.
over 1 year ago
11 months ago
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