I'm proud to present my stores. Here is a version without rays.
over 1 year ago
Dude, you've really done it. Great metaphor with that note! and you generally nailed the 3D effect, though from the perspective I think you might do well to turn the metal and eraser so they're facing up (curved up), since the rest of the app store sign looks like you're looking up at it.
These look amazing! My only note is I think the tag should be flipped, right now it doesn't match these tags in the real world. Here are some examples from other dribbblers for reference:
Thanks! You're right its probably because the radius and strokes were weird. I tried fixing it and made a quick sketch of how its going to look like except I'll be redrawing the pencil since I got carried away and added 3D to it which I'm not too fond of on this one.
Ah I see what you mean - tags don't usually start like that its rather text/shape from the hole punch to beyond. Defective tags are defective. I'll fix that soon thanks!
I like your improvements. Look at this thread and Hu Go's suggestion (last comment) to see what I mean about the perspective being opposite.
Also, how exactly did you make the 3d? Was it with repousse?
I'm not exactly sure what you mean yet; is it the pencil only? This is all vector shapes done by hand without any app.
These are beautiful.
Agree with Davis. But other than that I love the glyph! The App store base is a little to dark imo!
So far... great job!
Thanks I appreciate it!
Thank you! I like this tone the question is is it appropriate.. If yes I'll tune it up. And if nay, I made and will include a classic blue that looks awesome too! :)
@balderoine I'm not sure the thread I mentioned went through on my last message, here it is: http://dribbble.com/shots/316607-Xcode-Replacement
Essentially what I'm getting at is that it is indistinguishable whether the sharpened end is facing the same perspective the viewer is coming from, and at the same time, the perspective of the eraser/metal section of the pencil is clearly facing down. This creates the optical illusion that you are looking at the pencil from two angles at the same time. Here's an exaggerated example: http://cl.ly/2B2c0k2b3U1E343H3B3g
I gotcha now good eye for spotting that. Here is an updated version with some of the suggestions implemented. Don't worry I'm still open for feedback.
I love it :)
@balderoine The perspective on the update is much better. I hope you don't mind me making a suggestion. Maybe the stroke on the ruler could be a little less opaque? It seems to be more obvious on the new lighter blue versus the darker navy.
Look like you don't use the right corner size, BTW it's possible to get a beta or something like that ?
@Mehdi Ibrahim What size should I make it? I use the 20px radius because that's what I assume the iPhone works on by default. I am considering giving betas but I think it may be too early. Thank you for asking though, I will definitely contact you or make an update.
@balderoine Well when you think it's done, my mail is firstname.lastname@example.org ;)
about 1 year ago
The updated icons look a lot of better.. You did a great work on these icons.
I´m not sure about the arrow on the Itunes tag, i think that you need redraw it using the pencil tool because it looks blurred on the left..
@Joan Andrade Thanks. The tag was inspired by the button on iTunes that has the price of the song you hover over. http://cl.ly/1s2a3v2I0k3I3I2N091t
I made the arrow with a vector shape and tried making it sharp as possible http://cl.ly/3t15371f1B1Q1o0v1n2Z It looks ok on the springboard though.
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