iPhone's bottom bar for an app concept.
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9 months ago
Nice colors man! What was this for?
@Vadim Sherbakov Yeah I kinda dig the plus button. Looking good so far :)
this is bringing tears to my eyes its so awesome! u nailed this one for sure... keep it comin'!
I really like this, great job.
Nice colors and layout! Great job!
@Vadim Sherbakov Great job!
That's a brand new level, Vadim! Great, waiting for more shots of this project.
I love your photoshop skills and shots. Awesome!
That's one sexy button dude.
Awesome awesome work @Vadim. You always make your shots stand out!
@Rob Hendricks @Yoga Perdana @Juan Arreguin @David Kovalev @Michael B. @Pablo Lastra @Eldars Loginovs @Skelet Art @Yuri Mamaev @Pascal Martin @buatoom @Paresh Khatri ::::✈ @Fitz Fitzpatrick @Julia Khusainova Thank you guys :) Really appreciated !
There is this great website for photos called http://www.flickr.com
The photo is nice but I don't see why you're posting this, if you're not abled to post 'real pixels' because of a nda or something just don't post anything.
@Jari Sanders Thanks, but I did not see that dribbble have a policy on "real pixels" only. If you are not happy with the photo just do not like it, disregard the shot or block me or something. I think I can decide for myself what should I post in my shots, ok?
@Jari Sanders I disagree. He's sharing his work in a 400x300 shot ... and they _are_ real pixels. Captured work is captured work. How about this instead: If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all.
I was not talking about policies.
By using the term "real pixels" I hoped people would understand what I meant instead of trying to comment 'smart'.
Of course @Vadim is the one who decides what he posts but I just wanted to let him know that I think this way of showing your work goes too far. It's starting to make me sad that the love that some users -like you- put in their work is not visible this way. Maybe I should have kept my mouth but the main reason I did not was because I was sure it must be great to see 'the real pixels'.
@Eric E. Anderson You've got all your rights to disagree. I was not saying anything bad as far as I see but here is something nice for you: I really love your work, I mean it.
@Vadim Sherbakov Could you show us something of the 'real pixels'?
@Jari Sanders Just for you :) THE REAL deal , as real as it could really be :) http://d.pr/i/b5gC
I am sorry but I still do not understand how my work is not visible this way (on that shot).
Look's great, the white inner-shadow on the avatars are a little harsh though. At your earlier shots, at least the whole screen is visible, right now only 3.5 sexy buttons :-(
@Dom Wood Once again how this photo is not my actual design work? . Is that a photo of a kitty here ????
@Dom Wood Cheating LOL.
Whatever you say lol. In my openion they both looks great.
@Dom Wood, absolutelly, sugar, ride on, ride on
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