Now this is a rocket, some like a rocket doc stuff. I've saw many rockets by other designers, now I have one of my own :)
Also always want try to make some smoke things, now I've tried.
And yeh, bigger size – http://cl.ly/1J1e0c23422u391E3Z03
Okay, here is the original sketch for this icon – http://cl.ly/1C2j1F0C2k0d0c2s2l0k
Video of process see later on my Youtube channel ;)
about 1 year ago
Those docs are screwed.Good job captain!
@Asher Heh, they curved! thanks man :)
@kajdax Oh YEAH!
Really impressive arrangement of elements!
This is very very good
rocking it !
When I'm old grandfather, I'll tell my grandchildren something like this: "Oh, and then some dude do this thing" and I will give them a link to your work :D just WOW!
I love it! great job
Effin awesome!!! Fire away!
wow this is nice
Other than the pages being a bit too thick, I really can't find anything at fault here. I love the little plumes of smoke along the sides and the ice(?) on top.
OMG! Kickass work!
fantastic attention to details, as usual
Houston: We have a liftoff! Shot targeting popular page in t-20.
Just fucking awesome!!! Keep it up dude!
OMG thank you all! :D
@Mateusz Dembek Wow, I'll tell this story to my grandchildren! :D
@Max Steenbergen I think the pages thin looks too big only on bigger sizes, on others it's okay. Anyway I did it as I want :)
And yeah, these small details make the picture.
@Nikolay Verin "true story bro" :D
Yeaaah, nice one, Kolya)
@Pedja Rusic http://www.smiteahippie.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/simpsons_nelson_haha2.jpg
Russian power! :D
Looks fantastic, Nikolay!
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