Made a 150px cover version and added the controls. Stuck with the same size top, right and bottom plastic edges. We thought it makes this smaller version really icon-ish which we really like. Having doubts about whether to put a reflection in casted from the audio-specs element or leave it as it is (and/or remove the reflection on the cd case).
Both variations on the Bowtie theme are done and available for download, get it here
over 1 year ago
Wow, looking really slick! I'd use that.
@Thomas We'll keep that in mind and let you know when it's done. It's now up to Jeroen Seegers to get it to work properly :D
I think the black stars don't seem right. in my honest opinion.
Why's that Kyle? We've tried the same 'glossy' reflection effect we have on the controls but that didn't really work because the shape is just too small. Thanks for the feedback btw!
All in all this is impressive.
Though I think that audio-specs element doesn't need the reflection and the stars might be a little less popping out.
Great work. Every single element is carried out brilliantly!
Again guys, I'm in love with those colors!
@Katy Thanks for the suggestion.
@Haziq & Claudiu Thanks!
I think the stars look fine - they do feel like they're sticking out further then the controls, but I like the look to them, same goes for the controls, no need to change anything.
Why not a vinyl sleeve? :)
This is very nice. I like the shading on the white area. The rating stars and player controls are just weird looking, though, IMO.
@Rui & Sebastiaan Thanks, perhaps we'll just decrease the intensity on the bevel on the stars. We are pretty satisfied with the way the controls look.
@Maykel Yeah, we love those too. We've already made one, not for a bowtie theme though. We thought it would be fun to practice and see if we could do a jewel case :)
Also did a Dark version.
over 1 year ago
I prefer this to the dark version, but wonder how the play controls would look in a color besides black.
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