Final Version, bubbles needed to be redone, and improve the radius border based on Mitch's feedback. Thanks!
almost 2 years ago
wood looks much better :)
This is awesome! How did you make the bubbles?
Thank you! Josephine and Jake.
@Jake: In short, around 70 bubbles were created using circles with gradients inside, strokes, then duplicated each with a customized form to avoid perfect circles. Then, I created a layer of 'foam' behind them with a pattern to fill the empty spaces.
I love this. It almost could be 2 different images, I saw coffee at first then....I was thinking if you added some chopsticks on top of it or in the background the it could be one of those soy sauce dishes you have with sushi. Nice work either way!
Mm coffee. Def an improvement. Color is much richer.
Like a soy sauce.
Soy sauce! LOL... true.. could be.
Oh man, now I can't picture anything else but soy sauce. The square shape of the vessel lends to that more as well. Gah!
Interesting... I think soy is darker, almost black. Maybe the wood background is giving it a Japanesse look? Let the community decide. Thanks to all.
The coffee looks matte and not fluid. I'd suggest giving it a sharper reflection.
i dont think it look like a soy sauce, because the bubles are brown, not black, the soy sauce makes a black/brown bubbles... not brown like this ...
This looks great Gerardo!
I'll have tripple café latte grande to go. Thanks.
Overall it is looking great. But I miss some connection between the cup and the coffee. Maybe some drip stains?
Don't think I'm down with the gloss on the coffee surface, looks like an old computer screen. :)
@Robert, thanks for the feedback. I'll give it a try!
@Gedy Thanks! Means a lot from you!
Learned: There is never a 'final version'. ;)
I love it , very nice.
Insane! Love it.
The change from cup to coffee seems a bit too abrupt (hopefully you get what I mean :P).
Maybe add a subtle gradient from the coffee to the lip of the cup?
Awesome, love this!
This is so simple & awesome! Love it!
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