Not bad! The geometry of the mug seems a bit distorted but the lighting is sweet esp on the right side and bottom. The bubbles feel a bit too photorealistic compared to the style of the rest of it, I think it might be nice if they were a bit more defined and stylized.
about 3 years ago
That is so weird! I was working on exactly the same yesterday evening!
Love it by the way :D
You are making me feel like I use Paint on Vista.
Just one word: Wow! :)
Makes me thirsty
Once again, fantastic! Any chance you could reveal a detail-shot for your disciples? :o)
But it looks more like the illustration then the icon :D
Incredible work, especially the detail on the foam.
Hey! impressive work. The handle reflection/refraction effects are awesome!
Stunningly smooth and crisp. Incredible.
Unfiltered it seems :)
It looks so attractive! The weekend is soon, bottoms up! ))
my like button is worn out
And now, if you'll excuse me, I'll have a glass of beer! :)
The success of this is in the fact i feel like i could reach into my monitor and neck it. Believe me, i would if i could.
Some perspiration on the side of the glass ala Bud ads would make it even more tantalising.
@Chris Sharp: Yes, I agree with you, but time wasn't enough)
Thank you for all who looked at my page
Lovely. The top part of the handle looks like the perspective is slightly off, could be my eyes failing though.
So lovely, great glow, fuzzy yummy -- [gulp]
amazing detail, but i've got to ask, how is this iconography achieved? i've been trying to do something like this for a while... something simple. can you point me in the right direction?
i think this is anything but simple miguel - i think roman uses a combination of a 3d package & photoshop, maybe even a studio photo to observe the detail from.
wonderful work, Roman:)
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