This is the previsualization sketch for the animated presentation of a new navigation app that suggests most suitable places for you. The key was to make everything as clear as possible.
And as always, a bigger size is HERE Please, have a look :)
about 1 year ago
Awesome! Don't know what else to say …
pretty rad! love the HVAC up top and the brick is well done too.
I wanna eat paninis on this patio all day long
Beautiful work as always.
I think you have a typo on the bigger size picture, perhaps it should say "your food"?
Looks really nice, love the 3d render of the building, but the iPhone needs some work. It looks like the home button is popping out of the phone, same with the soundspeaker, the shadowing is out of place on those elements :)
But great job!
bigger size is very cool!
You are 3D maniac :)
I agree with @Anders Drage, fix those elements.
i don’t know what to criticize, everything seems to be perfect, but the inner circle of the pin looks like polygon errors to me :S
keep it up. :–)
Unbelievable work. So nice.
First of all thank you very much, guys! You're awesome as usually :)
Anders, Jovan. Guys, I do not quite understand what you mean when saying that the elements are "popping out of the phone". Look. The front part of the iPhone is glass. And if we put a light softbox in such a way as an illustration. In any case, we'll see the shadow under the glass on the white plastic from these elements (home button and speaker). Check this in a real studio. This is a physically correct. Proven. Especially on a white iPhone that I have :)
Philipp, yeeeeah, here I agree, my mistake :) Will add some more loops to avoid those render errors.
Anyway. Thank you very much for your criticism and suggestions. They really help me a lot :)
I rarely see 3D rendering that good and interesting, charming !
Love it ++++
Lovely, nice job ; )
by Dmitry Shvets
about 1 year ago
keyboard shortcuts: ← previous shot → next shot L or F like
Show and tell for designers
What are you working on? Dribbble is a community of designers sharing screenshots of their work, process, and projects.
Copyright © 2009–2013 Dribbble LLC. All screenshots © their respective owners. Shipped from Salem, Mass. USA.
Follow Dribbble on Twitter