One of fifteen mix and match options for the oft overlooked iOS app, "Compass."
about 3 years ago
The wooden pin is flatter compared to the others; although it would not have as dramatic gloss as the metallic ones, it could use a stronger gradient, even going as far as adding some subtle gloss at the top. I believe, however, that even wood compasses have metallic pins.
That aside, the inner gradient border of the wood, notably the dark portion near the top, is blending a fair amount into the outer border gradient. It could use a darker inner stroke, me thinks.
Anyway, great job on the test of them
Looks smooth and antique. :) Like the right-most one the most.
This makes me want to go exploring.
These look amazing
Wow, these are super tight. Great execution!
This makes the word "epic" come to my mind. Not only does it look more than over-awesome, but it also has this "epic adventure" look! Absolutely love it! :)
(Far left one is my favorite…)
@Kris, your suggestions have been incorporated into a rebound I will be posting in a few. Thanks, chum!
Thanks to everyone for being so kind! :)
by Jonah Cohen
Decided to have a fun little go with an engraved look and a much more "backyardsy" pin to work with. Tell me what you think, friends.
about 3 years ago
Like the first one from the left most, is antique yet contemporary.
Dude these are da bomb. I've been working with earthtones a lot lately and this is some fresh stuff. I love each of them! I think I really like the tan on black most.
Jonah, I love these! They are really gorgeous. Now, any chance we could get our dirty hands on that texture you used on the background? Please? :D
beautiful indeed. =)
almost 3 years ago
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