Just some early shading & gradients, but I might just keep it this simple anyway!
over 3 years ago
Looking good Liam!
Looking great dude. Simple is king.
Nice. Tetris inspired perchance?
@Chris, I never really had it in mind from the start.
I was going for something that looked like things were being packed into the box. I figured that having some missing pieces etc would help give the impression they were being dropped in, and not just floating.
Only once I cut the square into the "L" shape on the left did I realize I was just re-making Tetris. Perhaps the Tetris thing is something I could play with, and might make it look a little more fun.
The shading is really really well done :)
I think it works well. Looking forward to see where you take this...
gorgeous. i love it.
First thought was of John Hicks' FontExplorer logo
I really like these, actually given me a little idea. :)
I forgot to mention that the perspective on the glyphs is great :D
Geeze dude....you make the rest of us look freakishly bad sometimes!
Oh so so nice. The icons look so sweet...
fun, playful and great colors.
Fresh, simple, sexy. Awesome.
Makes me want to play one of the Mario games now!
What did you use to generate these? 3d tools in photoshop? I'm trying to get into very base 3d, just for generating perspective, so definitely interested in your process.
about 3 years ago
@Eddie I'd love to actually play with some real 3D one day, but for this, it was all just shapes drawn using a Two Point Perspective.
There are some decent tutorials on YouTube but once you have your 2 vanishing point's it's a fairly simple process (especially when you're just drawing boxes.)
Ah ok sweet that makes sense. Ya I've been meaning to get with the photoshop 3d, just simple stuff that I can trace over with shape paths for icons and such.
I've loved this since I saw it. the colors and everything!
almost 3 years ago
You did it in PS CS5?
over 2 years ago
@Diana Hernandez CS4 :)
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