Things going on in this shot:
- Lots of text-shadowing, 16 to be exact... I wonder how bad that effects browser load times? hmm...
- LessCSS mixin to aid in the design, i.e. making it ridiculously easy and fun
- Lettering.js to wrap each letter with a span.char1,2,3,etc.
Using LessCSS makes designing in the browser so friggin' easy.
I doubt I'll actually use this on my real site, but it was a rather educational experience overall. Yay.
I've uploaded (is that the right verb?) to Github, enjoy: https://github.com/jasonrobb/3D-text
about 1 year ago
Pull request time!
That's pretty sweet, the best 3d text rendering done w/ CSS/JS I've seen yet. Now to jump over to GitHub to see how you styled it.
Very cool... SImilar I think, to what's been done with omg-text on the Sass side: http://jaredhardy.com/omg-text/
Thanks for the support folks. I'll get back to you about the Git pull requests this weekend. Cheers!
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