I've redesigned few things and added on hover effect. :)
Higher res page with both states attached.
Let me know what you think...
almost 2 years ago
That hover effect is so cool!
I just want to point out though that the diagonal lines would probably dip downwards because of the angle of the glass bulb.
Am I wrong?
ubernice ;) How are you going to animate this? With java? btw... are you russian?
Also the icons in your buttons would probably be best served on the left and have the button text left aligned... fuck I suck.
Sorry, but that would make my eyes sex!
What the hell?!!! SOOOOO Nice!
This is pretty crazy! Awesome work. I am very curious how you intend on getting the hover reflection on the two smaller buttons to appear? Will this be done in Flash? I'm just trying to figure out how you'll achieve that effect through the hover state on one element affecting another, especially if it's not Flash.
You could do a simple web-kit hover fade for a background div that will give the complete effect. Or jQuery OnMouseEnter.
Very nice design... I love this kind of Photoshop!
Thanks for all the comments! :)
@Derek Clark | ThemeCobra| ThemeCobra hehe, i hear ya man, that'd prolly be interesting, I'll give it a shot... and good catch on the lines I do have them masked out, so it's one click to change... I appreciate that buddy. :)
@Stan Gursky I am originaly from Belarus but live in US now. Amation was done in Ae. Thanks.
@Heinrich Ferreira Thanks mate, not sure how exactly we're going to approach it, probably one of the methods @Vababond Creative listed.... one thing for sure there will be no flash hehe :D
@Vababond Creative thanks mate! :)
@Eddie Lobanovskiy > Let me know if you need an assist. It's really pretty simple stuff. I'm happy to help on a favor :)
It could be done with some simple jQuery.
Sweet, thanx guys :)
Eddie, nice one ;) keep it up
Love love love this!
Love the hover effect!
Thanks you guys for all the comments and compliments! :)
This is soooo sweet. brilliantly bright.
@Vee-O ty sir, iTry ;P
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