Check out the attachment: A 2560 x 1440 wallpaper :D
Just couldn't resist :D
First, @Eddie Lobanovskiy dribbbled this super cool sketch of a wooden safe icon (http://drbl.in/dSlv). I was already thinking about illustrating it, but meh... too much work. You know how it goes. Looooong to-do list, no time for anything. But then @Dash came up with a pretty cool rebound (http://drbl.in/ersR) and I thought: All right, that's it!
But: I'm a futuristic / Sci-Fi kind of guy. Even though a wooden safe looks really cool, it's totally not safe. A simple screwdriver would do the trick :D
So in a logical consequence my safe is based on Eddie's and Dash's shots, however, it's technically more advanced (I mean technically in terms of the real thing). That blue "button" there is an all-in-one fingerprint & DNA scanner. It also detects if the finger is actually alive - they can't just press a dead thumb on that button like they do in the movies all over the place.
And of course, the metal is made from Taptanium alloy :D
I'm still not entirely done with it, so this is just a little teaser for you guys. Stay tuned!
11 months ago
Impressive, really impressive! How could you do that!? It's amazing!!! @Franz | Taptanium| Taptanium
Thanks @Tobia Crivellari - it's mostly 3D in Luxology modo 601 with heavy post processing in PS :)
woaaah! Now that's a safe! Awesome job Franz! Eddie Lobanovskiy should be proud of this one too! You an Dash did an amazing job!
@Rovane Durso Really glad you like it dude! I'm working on a warmer version which is more geared towards @Dash 's color style. Stay tuned :D
You guys are going to make the most epic playoff ever.
@João Luiz Wittkowski haha :D yeah, I hope more dribbblers will participate in this playoff. Guess @Eddie Lobanovskiy's going to hurry up with his illustration now. lol
Amazing work man!
Wow...Very very nice!
Beautiful! Nice safe, I want one ^^
by Franz (Taptanium)
Check out the attachment: A 2560 x 1440 wallpaper + sketch :D
Like I promised, here's a warmer version of my high tech safe icon - initially inspired by Eddie's awesome sketch over here: http://drbl.in/dSlv and Dash's rebound over there: http://drbl.in/ersR
Also, many thanks to Warner McGee (http://bit.ly/eEi3ZG) who encouraged me to continue working on this, and the many awesome dribbblers who commented on my previous shots.
Question: Which version do you prefer? Warm or cold?
11 months ago
@Dmitry ☯ @AndyTheJoker @Zachary Burghardt @Andrew Berry @Gavin Reed @Maxime Giguère You rock! Thanks a lot for your comments! Glad you like it :D
@Maxime Giguère Ha, same here! Just don't have anything super expensive to hide in there ;)
great work man!
G R E A T :)
@Kevin Kalde @Dhiren Adesara So cool you like it! Thanks guys :D
Sweet. I like the blue glow from the inside a lot.
"TAPTANIUM" doesn't appear to be quite centered on the side of the door, though. It also seems to be a bit more skewed than the door.
Pity it's so scratched ;)
Awesome work mate!
@Rich Smith @Nick Sloggett Thanks a lot dudes!
@Rune Madsen Too bad the door is hiding what's inside! Guess that's worth another rebound ;)
I can see what you mean. The perspective of the logo really sucks. Should have paid more attention to that. On the other hand... maybe I'll just change my logo so it matches the skewyness. Then it would be just fine (yeah, that logic is definitely flawed). Oh, those scratches are just the paint! Taptanium alloy can't be scratched so easily lol...
great work Franz, I love the level of detail (specially the blurred reflection of the handles agains the door). Love the execution! : )
@Daniel Jimenez Thanks dude!
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