Upcoming icon for something secret and awesome. 100% Adobe Illustrator.
over 3 years ago
Secret huh?! To some people maybe. ;)
Wow, really nice job Robert!
This is sick. Big fan of this twisting effect. Reminds me of Veerle's curving logo
Robert Perfect use of gradients. Brilliant!
Love the "mobius strip" tag.
Beautiful! I want this in my dock!
Love the idea. And it is beautifully executed.
I wish I had the tolerance to do anything a 10th as good as that in Illustrator, nice work man. Looking forward to finding out what it's for.
Wow, I wish I knew how you did this. Curious if you used a combo of warps and transforms or if you drew these shapes out with the pen tool.
Very purty! And trippy too! Wonder what it'd look like on salvia.
Tried making it less sharp in places? I can see pixels.
Also, on one of the gradients I can see the color stop (some banding) that could be smoothed out.
Very nice! Does it have anything to do with Indiana University? http://www.charlesperry.com/list/IndianaArc.html
Reminds me of WOT: http://www.mywot.com/
I doubt it's for that though, right?
Maybe firefox sync?
i was thinking firefox sync too, nonetheless looks great.
Looks absolutely amazing!
Unsanity is coming back with Shapeshifter?
I like secrets.
Thanks everyone for the wonderful comments :)
@Matthew Daniels - The shapes were made using the ellipse tool and the pathfinder tools.
@Matt Griffin - Nope :)
@Michael Ellis - Nope, not firefox sync.
@Emanuel Sa - Nope :)
Thanks again everyone ^_^
I want this thing, made from aluminum, standing on my desk.
The shape is not exactly unique (see Rogers for example), but the execution is very nice.
Check this out http://www.mozilla.com/en-GB/firefox/sync/?WT.mc_id=S100719_sync_en&WT.mc_ev=click
by Robert Padbury
Remixed with the rainbow!
over 3 years ago
Nice, can't tell which I like more ...
Btw, how do you do the shadow ?
I can't seem to work out a good way of doing it in ai, if I blur it looks pixelated :/
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