It is an ice hockey illustration, another one from sports related set. Now it is a puck.
The client asked us for a realism (again :) )
These days the ice hockey world championship is taking place so this one is just in time.
Does Dribbble have any hockey fans or it is only basketball here? :)
over 1 year ago
I love hockey :D
stunning details *___*
WOw its looking so real.
Clean, nice one ; )
@M khalid khan: no, it's just PS.
Beautiful work. What technique did you use to create the side of the puck? My coworker @Alan Dennis and I are stumped.
And @Sean Farrell and I both love hockey!
This is some amazing work
You will become rich beyond beliefs would you ever decide to do paid tutorials ;)
I'd love to know the answer to Joe Dearman's question too. my guess is they are using the 3D in PS
WOW the detail in this is ridiculous.
very great, I loved!
@Joe Dearman: well, here we used a vector pattern with small diamond shapes, which we bent along the surface. Saying it shortly :)
Would be too much to know how you did this part? http://cl.ly/GfYx
If it's 3D in PS, then :P
I'm not sure that there are words.
this is amazing! (coming from a big hockey fan). my only question is if this is supposed to be a huge puck? Relative to the scale of the rink and marks on the ice, I'd put the size of this puck somewhere over at least a foot..? Either way, the execution is seriously jaw dropping!
So awesome, but a bit too thick maybe? (To be realistic)
@ Pedja Rusic: it is difficult to describe it in short, I tried to explain it in my comment to Joe Dearman.
And it was not 3D just PS.
Looks a little bit thick, but textures is very realistic. Very good.
What about ice background? It's photo? Cause not everybody can draw good ice texture.
@Artua Ah figures, gotta love them vector shapes, is it just transform warp or something more?
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