I haven't worked on icons in a looong time. I had an day off and thought I would crank one out for learning purposes. I'm no Russian, so don't expect those high quality things.
But, wadda ya'll think? Very curious :) All feedback/critisism etc. is very much welcome!
10 months ago
Nice work, but curious if it will still work on smaller sizes. Maybe scale the elements a bit up so your for sure :)
I dont design icons so feel free to ignore me. but I'd just add some inner shadow to the center-outer casing, I think it'll just to give it a bit more depth toward the clock face? the current lighting makes it looks like its at a bit of a weird angle... imo.
Can't quite say I fully understand the physical analogy here, is the bottom part supposed to represent depth?
@Jip Thanks for the feedback man. Definetly a good point! I Will scale those up. :)
@Dan Farrell ✈ I don't ignore anybody! :D Valid point. Noted :)
@Gabriel O'Flaherty-Chan Ghehe, that's probably because there isn't any. Haven't given it to much thought about it to be honest. I'll try and make the depth more clear in the next version. And give that physical analogy a bit more thought. Thanks for the feedback man!
I love this. A few things though that catch my eye, the position of the 6 hr does not seem in proportion to where the 12 hr is on the clock...looks like it's got more space up top. The turn point seems a little lost into the face of the clock, maybe darkening the gray a bit to make it pop a bit more?
Shadows for the hands seem a bit thin too.
Other than that, this is gorgeous!
Edit: Ah I see that this is angled but it seems the proportions are still off in that regard, maybe play around with the positioning?
"I'm no Russian, so don't expect those high quality things." haha)))
nice icon, but you need to add some shadows
Nice, but I'm not sure about the fake 3D effect at the bottom - I think it would cleaner if it was just a full on view with the bezel the same all the way round...
Rebel rock. Don't be scared it's just a clock.
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