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Woahh! Nice Icon!
Looks great, but I would really change the orange "metal" to a standard silver grey. Right now the colors look plain weird to me. :-)
None the less, it's an absolutely amazing icon.
Great! But i agree with @Mads Ejsing
@Mads Ejsing , @Jani Muikku Check the Attachment "Full-Variant" , let me know if that's better. Thanks for the feedback!
photoshop hero :D
@Dash I like both but leaning more towards the grey one. Amazing execution, wow.
I think the grey one is way better! Amazing @Dash
It's a tough call. Personally, I really like the grey one, but the orange one has a sense of uniqueness to it that is lost in the grey version.
Also, maybe lighten the grey just a little bit to give it the same "glowy" feeling as the orange has and to let it stand out more from the background.
Again, I have to say you did a great job!
Grey one is awesome!
I like the variant better. Looks real. Bravo!
I love them both, but I prefer the variant as well
awesome work mate!
and another vote for "variant" here :)
Nice! But I think there should be three holes on the frame.
Very nice work. I just miss 3 holes on the inner left wall, so you can lock the vault :)
Put it on a screen full of apps, which one feels better? That's your answer.
Putting in a screenshot that's not in the environment intended won't give you the feedback you need.
Great work on this... has turned out a lot better than I had imagined from the sketch! Prefer the variant but I think that's largely due to the environment you've placed it in.
both are very good. my favorite one is full-variante ... nice lights at the polished steel elements, ... i like
It looks really nice! But I think that the "vault handle" looks a bit plastic, isn't it supposed to be metal?
@Dash pretty awesome man ++
wow, you refections on the metal are superb! Are you using a 3D program or is that PS?
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