At first this was going to be whiskey, but I couldn't get the ice cubes right. So then it became a fruity tropical drink of some sort.
In typical fashion, you can put this on your iOS device for no good reason by visiting http://www.theryanford.com/new/icon_punch
12 months ago
Dude, you need to stop being so good. You're ruining the curve for the rest of us.
great work, I loved the reflections :)
the shot, the background gets darker, and the cup goes with it, but the site does not have the dark background, and the effect it continues in the cup :(
@Uri Kelman Thanks, that's nice of you to say.
@Andrey S. Rodrigues Yeah, because iPhone app icons can't be transparent, I had to figure out how to "fake" a transparent back. The only real solution I could come up with was a darker backing because it let the reflections and other colors stay visible. I also felt it was passable because many peoples' iPhone wallpapers are darker.
you can leave the two options
@Andrey S. Rodrigues Two options? I don't follow.
Just beautiful work.
Just the amount of detail put into this is amazing. Great work!
makes me thirsty
Is it summer yet?
The glass material is ace. Loving the refraction and highlights. The bubbles are a bit big for my tastes; I'd like to see them smaller with a bit of texture on the surface of the punch.
In any case: you win at glass.
Really good reflections dude! Like this work! :)
Awesome work bud.
+1 follower :)
Ryan you're incredible...that rocks!!! How the hell are you do all your glasses? All of them are looking so great...
You made me speechless, again and again with every new work.
This is exceptionally hot. Really love the glass.
That is awesome!
But umbrella is too small, I think :)
Wow! This looks really amazing!
Photoshop or CINEMA 4D?
@Filip Walica It was all photoshop. I don't own cinema and don't know how to use it, although I'd like to give it a try. I hear good things.
I'm in awe...
How long did this roughly take you? Do you sketch before jumping into PS?
hahaha thats awesome
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