An unlabeled, WIP infographic I started while on a design tangent last night. I'm picking apart how my music listening & spending habits have changed.
As I've done before, I pulled colors from logos and icons to compare 2 different ways to get your music fix.
over 3 years ago
It sparkles i like
One of these days, I would love to see everyone on Dribbble who uses textures in their designs to create mini tutorials so we can see all the different techniques/filters/blending modes/texture sources/opacity %s/tricks.
And by "one of these days" I of course mean "as soon as humanly possible" ;)
@Dan Rubin: not a bad idea... I just think I always do it the hardest way possible :) In this case, I masked a speckled-y white texture layer over each colored section and hacked the rest up with a 1px eraser while zoomed in to 3200%
60% of the time, I use Liam Mckay's Subtle grunge brushes every time. I've also been putting Simon Foster's Take My Texture stuff to good use. Heck, if anyone should do a texture tutorial, I think it should be Simon. Have you seen This? Dang.
previous comment "loved" for use of Sex Panther reference.
previous comment "loved" for recognition of Sex Panther reference ;)
by Trent Walton
I've really been enjoying Rdio. It's saved me lots on impulsive iTunes purchases, so I thought I'd roughly break down cost vs song count. This is based on a really conservative 100 songs added to my collection per month... I actually think I do that each day at this point :)
I went with united sans for the font... for me, it kinda hints at a constellation & plays well with the white speckled texture.
over 3 years ago
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