almost 2 years ago
Awesome! My only critique is that the butter looks VERY solid, like almost too hard like metal. Would love to see some softening of those sharp edges and highlights on the waffle/bread.
Always amazed by your work dude.
Yes, butter needs a little melt. Damned if it didn't make me hungry though. Mission accomplished.
^Lol. me too! You have acheived maxium Deliciousness.
The front edge of the waffle is incredibly sharp. I'd soften that to make it seem fluffier.
I agree with guys about the edges. Besides that its great! You just made me want to have a waffle now!
I agree on Rogies butter comment. Also, when you put butter on something it has a yellow tint to it, not so much clear when it's thick. Only when you spread it out does it become clear. :)
This is so awesome, love the h too!
This is awesome! I recently got into designing icons, do you have any tutorials on how you create these so beautifully?
Thanks guys! I agree on the edges. This level of sharpness works in the smaller sizes, but at this resolution it could use some softening up. :)
I totally craved waffles when i did this.
Can I take a bite?
That's it I'm makin waffles...everyone's invited
can i eats?
Approved by Apple, out as soon as they approve the first bug-fixing update. :)
Thanks again, Michael!
3 point shot!
Want to buy the app just because the icon is beautiful!
so sweet! I like it!
Holy moly, the detail on that waffle is out of control. While I do think a more square-shaped capital H with very small spaces between each stem would've made for a more direct relationship to an actual pat of butter, and I agree with other comments regarding the opacity of the melted butter, I still think this looks bad-freakin'-ASS! Job well done, man.
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