Just practicing in iOS icon design.
Damn, now if you put CD into your icon, everyone will associate it with another redesign of iTunes icon :(
But, it's just CD in liquid substance, nothing more! :)
about 3 years ago
by Kamil Khadeyev
Okay, here is version without CD.
I think it looks nice too :)
about 3 years ago
Lovely work :)
Thank you, sir
Really good thinking there. Nice material study. If anything, change the gradient on the CD. Its looking like a color wheel rather than a CD and there seems to be underwater current since the surface is normal :D
Hell, I love the concept and integration Kamil! I would maybe just work a little more on the depth perspective at the bottom so it matches the water surface :)
Wow.. love it! Not sure about the CD, but this water distortion effect is stunning.
Where are the bubbles?
@Prax08, @simurai, agree with you, guys. CD needs some work. Thanks.
@Julien, yup, I think I need to add subtle vertical gradient to the water. Thank you)
@Vaclav, Thanks, man)
@Martin, Actually I started adding some bubbles, but they look bad and and I decided to remove them.
Would you add this on 365psd or something like that if its for unknown project at this time ? I am really interested in PSD of this stuff...
I'll think about it, Vaclav :)
by Julien Martin
Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here is what I wanted to explain earlier about additional perspective, even though a subtle vertical gradient in the water would be nice as well!
Keep up the nice work Kamil! Cheers.
Thanks again for the feedback, Julien))
This is really lovely.
I really dig the water. I can totally see many app icons using this idea. Great idea!
Water = whoa.
this is awesome! Love it, the rippled water, everything!
Haha, tons of fun. Looks great.
This is soooooo sexy. Good thinking.
Looks nice. But inner roundrect has wrong radius.
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