This is the feature area of a new site I'm working on, the focus is on classical music performances.
Liam McKay just drafted me on the weekend! Thanks Liam! :-)
over 3 years ago
I love the embossing ... the only thing I'm not a big fan of is the gradients inside "Discover Discuss" and "music." Maybe you could make them less white? The background they're on looks terrific!
Good eye! That is a little off - I just played with it - toned down the white a little and made the blue more saturated instead. Already looking better.
Thanks for the tip Joshua!
Looks very clean and nice.
I like it a lot. I'd probably reduce the inner shadows you've applied for the text and circle, but other than that it works really well.
Thanks for the comments and tips! :-D
Yeah, I overdo it on inner shadows sometimes - subtle is best most of the time. Thanks Maleika!
Ryan, this is great man. Excellent eye for detail.
Thanks a bunch Caleb!
Looks beautiful Ryan, nice one man.
Thanks Liam! Appreciate that! Based on your most recent shot, don't be surprised if I have to start using your newest brushes instead of these textures. ;-)
Haha go for it! Not that there's anything wrong with the texture work in this shot :)
Yup I agree with @Joshua Sortino, I was about to say the same thing. But you said you've already done some improvements, would love to see the Rebound!
Great job, so far!
Great work with the embossing! Looks great!
by Ryan McMaster
Took Joshua Sortino and Maleika E. A.'s advice: less white in the gradient and a smaller inner shadow. Subtle update but I think it looks better - thanks for the suggestions! :-)
over 3 years ago
Thanks Juan - just posted the Rebound!
Thanks Bruno! Appreciate that - btw, I really like your design style - looks like we share the same love of Gotham. :-)
Lovely mix for type here. Sweet shot.
about 3 years ago
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