My icon for the day. I remember watching movies on these as a kid [and actually dug one out when making this icon].
I created this in ~4 hours, dug through dropbox and made a process gif for you guys ;)
Feedback and tips are great, this is practice so feel free to tear it apart.
11 months ago
3 points shot right there..
This is spectacular, you did a great job with every single detail~ I remember those... Rewinding took forever...
Awesome work my friend. Coincidently, you inspired me to try out my first perspective icon earlier today.
Super sharp! Like :)
CD's don't have nothing on this beautiful VHS tape! Nice work.
xtra super druper detaill, just i love it ollin, nice work mate :D
Very nice! Maybe it's just me. But the VHS looks less thicker than what it should look like. Probably because of the shadow. Also, can you link me to the wood texture? Would love to use that as my wallpaper. Thanks!
love it @Ollin
This is Awsome !!!
Absolutely beautiful. I want to touch it.
Nice one, Ollin!
Super! The shading is awesome!
Try working with the shadows around it. Adjusting them could maybe add some thickness to the VHS (they are pretty thick right?) - also a little blurry in the bottom.
The colors and lighting are perfect.
@Andy Ngo , @Emil Baehr I think you two should fight it out over the thickness issue :)
Oh, and here's the wood texture; the original file as well as a wallpaper-suitable one that matches what I used in the shot [I completely redid the colors, scaled, sharpened, etc.]. You can go hunt down the source if you want, but it's where I have gotten almost every wood texture I've used from, so I'm sort of protective of it :)
Really stunning icon work that you did here @Ollin
I also did a obsolete rebound.
And would love to get some tips and feedback that seems to have a lot more experience and skill than me.
Also the wood texture is drop dead gorgeous and i am really glad that you gave it away.
Absolutly gonna use it :)
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