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looks beautiful, love them shadows! :)
Clean and very nice colors. Good contrast.
Looks great! Man, you have this awesome thing with the colors. Great work!
I'm actually not a huge fan of the green :X, but that's just fine, because the button makes up for it in awesomeness.
Oh wow, thanks for the quick responses and the kind words!
The depth is spot on here dude! Great contrast with the colours!
Hi Claudiu this looks mostly great. One thing that caught my eye is the double shadow at the bottom. Looks like there's a faint, 1px white shadow underneath the button (which I usually take to indicate an inset shadow), but then there's a darker drop shadow lifting the button off the canvas. Would it make sense to have one or the other?
Awesome! Just don't make the cancel button as nice, I might be tempted to click it...
@Ted Goas I just wanted to give it more depth, that's why I have included that 1px drop shadow. But maybe I can make it more subtle so thanks for the feedback :)
Ha! Distracted I just tried to click it to see what it did.. Guess it's looking good as a call-to-action.
nice color combo.
Thats one sexy button you got there mate
Nice one as always, but to me, the 1px drop shadow on the text is too white... I'd give it a more yellowish tint, I think it would look better (or maybe white but 70% alpha or so)
Solid work man! :)
Shadow is insane!! You're super cool @Claudiu Cioba !
Thanks for the tip @Miro Keller !
You're welcome, of course :D
Great combination of colors and depth
dont understand this huge shadow over the stamping - normally you look from top to bottom, when I am in the amount of the lower corners it somehow just looks wrong. Why? First you think the button lies directly on the stamping, afterwards you see it hovering - that's a lil bit confusing. I would recommend to combine the stamping as an outline of the button so the shadow lies under the button or to kick out the stamping. Do you know what I mean or is it irrelevant for you :)?
@Jonas Lempa Sorry to disagree, it's irrelevant.
The stamping is part of the green background, you can tell that it's embossed. The button is placed on top of the green background (stamping included) and you can clearly see the top of the button being highlighted because the lighting source is located somewhere far on the top. Therefore, a subtle shadow appears underneath the button. It's just basic 3d :)
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