We're adding finishing touches to this icon before pixel perfect down scaling. Any suggestions for improvement? (The color, slot at the top and clock have to stay)
almost 2 years ago
Grrrrrr!!!! Love it.
It's too clean for a dusty old analogue punch clock.
@Emiel Janson Haha thanks
@Kyle Welsby Good point, thanks!
PS. Someone just pointed us at the red punched not being in the middle.
I'm not too fond of the gloss over the clock; doesn't seem to match the overall lighting. I agree with @Kyle Welsby that it's a bit *too* clean at the moment. I know it's the Yummygum way, but a subtle texture on the blue material would go a long way.
And for realism's sake (not too sure about this one, though): wouldn't you insert the paper upside down in real-life?
EDIT: I'm missing some definition in this area as well: http://cl.ly/GyUP
Absolutely fucking awesome, guys!
My only thing I remember about punch in machines was that it was card and not a floppy bit of paper.
Still looks awesome though.
Love it fellas!
Althought I have to agree with @Max Steenbergen and @Kyle Welsby on the "making it old" stuff. For the rest, top notch!
Great as always guys! However I agree with the texture argument as well.
@Max Steenbergen @Kevin Anderson @Ray Faustino Thanks for the texture suggestion guys, really good point. There's already some, but we should probably make it stronger. Although the client wanted the clocks surface to be clean, he might be open to it :).
@Alan Horne Yeah, we thought about that. We'll see what our client thinks about that idea. Thanks
"Any suggestions for improvement?"
Hmm, Well, One thing, The.. Hmm. f**k. It's perfect for me :)
great , I loved!
these are some quality pixels mate!
Love the colors, and the textures. Good work @Yummygum
@Andrey S. Rodrigues @sowanna @Andrey S. Rodrigues @Damian Hernandez @Muhammad Ali Effendy @Gil thanks guys n gall!
@ThisIsUI Haha, thanks man!
Nice, but i agree with @Alan Horne and @Kyle Welsby
holy f*** serious yo!
Added a rougher texture without making the icon look muddy. Thanks again for that suggestion on the previous shot guys!
Also did some more work on the glass and numbers. Please Check out the attached image to see a side by side comparison.
almost 2 years ago
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