That freakin' torn paper at some point made me want to break my screen. (I might be a little slow, but it took me 2 hours 45 minutes) I'm alright with the outcome.
Feedback welcome as always.
over 2 years ago
looks amazing. I would buy the app just for the pixels.
wow, literally love this!!! when/where can we play with these beautiful pixels at our own iPhones? :D
ps, 2h 45m work definitely paid back. awesome paper torn!
Mindboggling, love it!
The torn paper looks great — the two orange butons look kinda awkward, I think.
I love it. Agree with Jack though, it feels like the unity of the orange buttons has been lost.
Respectfully it looks really great. But, I'm not sure about the big red buttons on the bottom part. It looks like unbalanced with both paper and map colors because of the big sizes.
Looks great! I can read some broken Italian written there too :P
The 2 hours 45 minutes were worth, seeeexy torn paper! :)
What a nice paper torn - what about some step-by-step tutorial for us? :)
That's probably the nicest paper torn I've ever seen. :O
Agreed with the button comments, but the paper effect is really slick. Nice work. :-)
You are a true pixel artisan, Kerem. Badass.
That paper is freaking gorgeous
The paper is awesome!
Looks awesome, man! The orange buttons seem a little strange. But that might be the angle of the picture of the phone.
Other than that... slick!
Perfect, but Italian text, means nothing ;)
Awesome man! ;)
Oh wow, thanks people. On a level I agree with the button comments. Although I'm trying to go for this 3-Dimensional UI. So I think I will explore a little more on that and try to make the perspective right. Full-size screenshot of the buttons http://cl.ly/99dr.
Holy crap...Sir...that some talent you got there!
Woot yay! :D now its time for a tutorial that tells us how you did the ripped paper. ;)
Turned out great! I'm sure Photoshop learned its lesson.
Kerem, that looks incredible! Great work man. How long was the overall paper making process? ;)
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