I might regret this, but here it is anyway: a fabric dial. All Photoshop & Illustrator - all texturing is by hand. I had to get it out of my system ;)
over 1 year ago
Great looking texture! I agree it might be weird trying to use it as UI, but looks nice.
So much hard work here! :)
Nice texture, really. :)
I really like the texture. Any purpose or just learning? It could be a nice interface for a "kiddish" sounding synth.
I want to try turning it :P
As much as it might not be "the way to go", I really love skeuomorphism if done right :) I hate sewing, but I'd have a sewing-website in my bookmarks if it had such a fabric-interface :)
@Jordi Verdú No purpose, really. The idea just got stuck in my head and I had to do something about it ;) And, of course for practice as well. You're right, it may have some use for an app that appeals to kids.
Now here's something different! Nicely done.
Reminds me of Little Big Planet; so cool.
@Willem Labu I'm not a gamer, but I took a look at LBP and it's very cool looking. Really tactile textures there.
Amazing - hello LBP UI :D
Very different and very cool!! I really like it!!
Fun idea! You might consider adding more realism with top-stitching in the recessed edge zones (to hide the roughness like on the white dial).
That's a good idea, @Yael Miller, thanks!
Ho perfect !
Love this! Super Original. Nice work
about 1 year ago
I really dig this style. What steps did you take to create the texture?
6 months ago
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