contact form... on click "send" paper will slide down, envelope flap close and whole thing go down... in return little "thank you" comes out of the same place ;)
about 1 year ago
REALLY?! I quit man! I don't have the time for this nonsense I tell you! first.. its some fancy pancy safe and now this glorious photoshopness.
@Eddie Lobanovskiy crazy man!
muahaha @Nick Slogget true, u gotta be careful with ur time ;P Thank ya buddy!
@Yoga Perdana thanks buddy!
@Mitya Neradzinsky hehe, still learning to be one ;) thanks!
This is just so amazingly detailed..
Wow, really awesome!
I had the same idea! but I know I couldn't do it like you...
amazing details, wow!
Holy cow, that's crazy!
See the awesomeness, you must!
Dude, can I borrow your Asgard time dilution field generator? I'd need like 10 months for a shot like this! Ah... maybe 9 :D
Crazy stuff @Eddie Lobanovskiy
looks awesome, any chance to see it working?
PLEASE STOP !
@Eddie Lobanovskiy You are sick. There must be more people in you, about ten persons :D You are a Photoshop Machine!
bro this is awesome... indeed you are the fastest mouse clicker i know :P
beautiful graphics, what happens if they need more than three lines of copy in the message?
Eddie, this is some really creasy stuff out there. I love this combination of perfect PS pixels and websites.
This is totally awesome. Great idea and perfect details!!
Thanks so much guys!!!!
@Taptanium suuure :D, lol thanks man
@Andrey S. Rodrigues soon enough my friend ;) thank ya buddy.
@AndyTheJoker i wish i could, but us robots cant overwrite what we were preprogramed to do muahaha ;)
@ThisIsUI haha thanks bro, 10 people would mean x2 hands that means x20 more dribbble shots a day ;P
@David Kovalev dude i dunno what u're talking about i haven't touched mouse since ... since... since ever ;P thanks bro!
@Rafal Jankos thanks buddy :)
@Toby Kick thank ya mate, it'll look a lot cooler when it's actually built :P
Awesome work! Wacom uh?
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