This is how you are supposed to switch leaderboards between levels. LEDs light up to the level color accordingly (i.e easy/green, medium/orange, red/hard)
about 2 years ago
It's beautifully crafted but I have to say that those don't look like LEDs or even lights at all. With such a dark shadow on the green bulb, it looks more like a green metallic surface with light being cast upon it, rather than from within it. That TV screen is pretty hot.
визуалы ни о чём, они не играют ни какой роли, тупо продублированные шарики
@Soda: Next time you would like to talk to me, don't be a cunt and speak english, especially if you feel the need to spit on my work without constructive criticism.
@Steve: Thanks for your feedback Steve! Now that you say it, I can definitely see what you mean. Do you basically suggest that contrasts shouldn't be that extreme? I'll also maybe add some transparency.
A bulb when lit up isn't reflecting anything else because the light within is stronger than reflections on its surface. Lowering the contrast wouldn't really make much a difference because you're still illustrating the reflective surface. I suggest not so much illustrating the LED bulb, rather the light within and the way it shines, if that makes sense.
Check out how I made LED on my previous shots: http://dribbble.com/shots/169574-Guipractice
I guess something like that will be cool here (in terms of “lighting”)
@Steve, Kamil: Thanks for the tips guys! Really do appreciate. I'll concentrate on the bulb and its glow.
over 1 year ago
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