I loved the last shot of Matt. That shadow treatment is awesome and as Ian was pointing out, that treatment could become a reference in the near future. Especially on white surfaces to my oppinion.
So I decided to give it a go and try it too. I haven't downloaded Matt's psd btw. I just reproduced a similar effect.
download the psd here
Free for commercial and personal use.
over 1 year ago
Thanks in advance for the PSD! Nice work.
Thx Alexander and Andy. Psd is there now if you want!
that shadow makes me itchy, not sure if in a good or bad way :)
Jaja Serhiy. I think I felt a little the same at first, it just gives a very chunky feeling to the buttons.
Nice dude !
I am jealous :)
I just stole ur 3 stars and kept it on my user name :) sorry for dat !!!
by Joao Pires
My little contribution for the love about shadows on light backgrounds. This is a video player that makes part of a complete set i've worked on last week.
over 1 year ago
Absolutely love it! May be the shadow of the grab should be less distanced. Also, I'd increase contrast of the two bar fillings (progressed, unprogressed)
Great, bravo !
Great UI design ... love it fo real!
Yep. It could look very cool in terms of replicating a white seamless with no diffuser through a beauty dish; my photographer side is speaking now. Directional harsh shadow, with a slight feather on the edge.
Very nice!!!! Did you try the inset with rounded corners?
Clean! Like it!
Thx Kartik, Haziq, Norm, Thiemo, Elouan, Alan, Ryan, Brandon, Timothy, Marcus and Danil!!!
@Ryan: I also do a lot of photography and thought I was very technical in it, but I didn't get anything of what you said... seems I'm not done with phot vocabulary :)
@Thiemo: I agree with you for both, shadow and especially contrast!
@Brandon:I don't get it. Which inset, there's rounded corners everywhere there. Small ones, 3px but still :)
@Kartik: no worries for the 3 "stars"
Thanks mate, big heart you got there :)
No worries, it's html special characters, anyone can use them :)
And to be honest I was thinking of changing them, they look all right in normal but not in bold weight.
Classe, propre, comme d'hab en fait :)
Présenté sur iconpaper!
nicely done, Jeremy! ..and i was thinking just the same about what you said about that shadow to soon become a reference.
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