Working on an icon.
over 3 years ago
I really like it! My only criticism would be that the embossed/cutout effect doesn't seem like it belongs on an actual paper ticket.
Thanks for the feedback! I was wondering about that myself. I did it to go with the other icons in the set, but I might have to revisit.
really sweet shot !
wow nicely done ^^
How about going more for a "vintage print" kind of effect? On the other hand, realism is not always necessary. I doubt people outside of Dribbble would even notice that :)
I never seen a glossy ticket.
I agree with the others. A beautiful piece of graphic, but tickets aren't glossy, nor embossed.
@Robbie, you forgot about the golden ticket!
Seems kinda shiny for something that's usually made out of matte paper, usually recycled cardboard. And, yeah, I agree with Sacha about the embossing looking weird.
The golden ticket was made out of metallic paper, by the way. This one doesn't look like it's metallic paper, and the color is reminiscent of actual tickets I've seen at carnivals.
similar ticket, similar feedback here.
I did a similar ticket as well here.
Thanks everyone for the feedback! I'm definitely going to check out a more vintage papper feel for the icon.
Very nice Ryan ! I think it looks amazing !
Great work Ryan, I definitely agree though with @Sacha and others with maybe removing the shine and emboss on the font to achieve a more 'real' and vintage looking ticket.
Who said it has to look like the real thing to be beautiful?
I think this is really nice!
I especially like the Susa font for "ticket.
Not too happy with this one. The gloss just doesn't look good on the ticket, and I really don't think that the black and white go well together.
about 3 years ago
This is pretty nice, mate. A couple of criticisms though.
1. The glass effect. It just doesn't look right on a 'paper' ticket. A subtle gradient to suggest a light source would work much better.
2. The ticket number at each end is too dark and bold. Ease back the opacity 20% or so to allow the texture to come through and you'll be much happier with the result.
3. The white text looks great but the black looks a bit odd as there seems to be a slight glow suggested at the bottom of the letters.
Have a butchers at one I created a little while back. It's not perfect but it demonstrates a couple of the points I'm trying to make.
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