I mean, this is what Dribbble is all about right? getting feedback, making tweaks... how is it now?
As I add to this, I've been sort of keeping track of my process feel free to check in.
about 2 years ago
Looking good, dude. Are those the leaves that match the type of wood this is? (They look a little like mint leaves.)
Better and better! Man, your skills are just getting better and better!
I just found some leaves on google and replicated them. not too worried as to what kind of leaves they are.
Maybe I need glasses now cuz this one seems blurrier then the last one :) For serious tho I like the glass and other rendering details quite a bit better. Apart from the leaves that is... they're... distracting, could be the color contrast. The leaves don't feel as iconic to me either. Just some thoughts on some awesome work.
Holy smokes, Nick! You have arrived :)
yeah, @Mike I'm not exactly sold on the leaves as well.. good thing I put "Final 2.0" so I can have a "Final 2.1"
@Anthony thank you for the words man! it really means a lot. thanks everyone for enjoying this process with me!
@Eric.. I will have that quote tattooed on me somewhere..
Agreed. The quality is so good, I want to see what a high res version of it would look like now. :)
I will do my best on that one! tomorrow. I'll add one tomorrow.
@Kurt. I added a larger version.. but not the greatest of it. but still looks okay.
hah, getting better each upload
Looks great, Nick! I loved seeing your progression through this project. The amount of detail and work that went into this really shows.
Holy geeze I wanna lick em! Ok, I'll settle for wearing them, but none-the-less these are some beautiful specs!
thanks everyone! @Josh.. I totally know how you feel, a guy I work with has a pair, and I almost did just that.
@Pedro and @Jon thank you guys!! I'm not sure if' I'm done with them quite yet, so stay tuned!
by Nick Jarvis
Keep going, keep pushing the pixels, keep learning from the past. I'm learning that in this little project. one of the hardest things as an artist and designer is knowing when to call it quits. I feel like I'm getting there, but I also feel like I'm a long ways to go.
Be sure to follow my process on my blog as I go along.
As always, I would love to hear your thoughts and ideas on improvement.... as well as your compliments of course!!
Thanks everyone who've helped out and been so awesome!
Also be sure to check out Proof Sunglasses for the real deal
about 2 years ago
This is just great!
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