As several people noted, the perspective was a bit off on this one. Fixed the raised half to appear more "head on", and enhanced the glow a bit.
over 2 years ago
Perfect. Both improvements very good. I don't think this could possibly be any better.
you nailed it boss :)
Mike, I find the extra shiny bottoms a little distracting, but these switches rock either way!
@Dave Prolly right. could tone those down a bit.
Brilliant! i'm now a converted follower
Looks great man! I love it!
Much better perspective ;) Love it!
Woah, I didn't think the other one could be improved on but you've done it! Great work.
so clever and amazingly executed.
Looks terrific. My only suggestion would be to unify where the "light" is coming from. First you've got a light coming from the top, and on the top switch there's also a light coming from the bottom right that brightens the bottom end of the raised part. The bottom switch has a light coming from the bottom left. I assume they're just mirrored of each other, but it looks a bit strange. Certainly not something most would care about or even notice, but it'd look even better if the switches looked like they were affected by the same light source.
Much better. These look so realistic it's pretty amazing.
This looks great but let me play the asshole here and note two things:
1) the blue icon should bleed color on the slanted half, too, not just the edge of the socket;
2) there's no reason to highlight the edge of the raised half since there's no discernible light source which, if present, would brighten the whole interface.
This is annoying nitpicking from me Mike, take it with a grain of salt.
@Andrea Good feedback! There actually is some subtle blue bleeding on the slanted half. Distance is farther so less is reflected. Not sure about #2 though. A bevel would catch even a small light source.
Very nice, problem I mentioned on the first shot has now been fixed :)
So much better. I just touched my screen whilst showing a friend.
Loved it :D Don't try changing it anymore tho, it's great the way it is!
From one Bernardo to another.... Epic.
These are soooo cool
wow this is slick, you ever think about doing this in a 3D app to get the lighting and perspective perfect?
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