Made some adjustments to the needle. So much more I want to show!
about 1 year ago
superb! Next element to take care of are the little LED lights... Only thing that kind of sticks out for me!
@Zan Those are completed already. Remember, this is retina. Many more details will make the normal look way too blurry.
Woah, awesome details!
Crazy details !
absolutely loving this!
Was going to say that the vinyl texture looked to rough, but as you said, should look much more realistic on a Retina device. Only thing I can see really is a slight banding on the musical plus button's gradient. Looks great otherwise!
Wow, this looks incredible. Can't wait to see more!
Absolutely awesome so far Jeff. Can't wait for more!
I miss the shiny round part in the middle :*( That metal "i" icon doesn't fit nicely with the rest of the stick, to me. Still amazing!
You are the master of gradients.
Thanks for all the great feedback guys!!
@Sean Yeah, I have yet to apply my banding action to this. I like to do that last, 16-bit files are much larger and take up more system resources.
This is great. Excellent level of detail.
I like the addition of starbursts to the tiny lights to make them look sharply lit. However, the starbursts on the needle and the tiny ones below are shining in different directions. I'm nitpicking here but an effect of light would be consistent.
I love that record texture too. I look forward to more from this project as you can show it.
Wow man, nice work!
To me is perfect, except the vinyl texture, in my opinion there are too many holes.
Insane! Well done!
Great work Jeff!
This is some next level awesome. Nice work!
cables are brilliant
Way better ! But agree with @Diego Monzon too many holes in the vinyl.
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