Tried continuing the film strip perforations around back > but it looked a little too busy. Still playing around with the form factor, but I think we're getting there...
Thanks again to my man @Sean for the loopback suggestion.
11 months ago
FILM FROM HEARTS
Pretty damn nice, I'm really surprised no one's thought of this before...
Anyways, kudos to you for creating this concept :D
The best of all 3!
Ah.... now you're cooking with gas. :)
(/outdated elderly-folk sayings)
love how it creates depth....very well done!
Wow this is really coming together, brilliant idea and execution!
Maybe the ends of the film strip should join together like in the front?
There we go! Heading for perfection.
Ooh that's pretty sweet. I would reverse that right-side gradient though, technically you'd have the lighter part where it bows out and darker where it crosses under.
This is my favorite!
@Michael Spitz you da man!
I like that this solves the logical "problem" of the previous versions, where overlapping holes were white instead of showing the bottom strip.
Really like this one! Great to see the wip @Michael Spitz
Use red instead of green = final!
I love this Version so far, excellent work!
Negative space = Fennec Fox.
Seriously though, this looks great!
Really liking this. Top work!
best version hands down.
also very nice
It really is getting there. Starting to look awesome.
Eeep! This is soo good @Michael Spitz
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