Hello, Dribble, today came up with little tutorial for you, that i'm have invented tonight.
I dont know, did somebody already described this method, but if not — i hope you enjoy.
9 months ago
straight to the point tut Alex, thanks
Awesome! Love the simplicity
Very nice! Thanks for sharing.
very nice. thanks mate.
usually i am adding layer style with radial gradient and inner shadow with environment color for reflex
Holy sh*t! You make it look so easy!
There needs to be more tutorials like this - simple and straight to the point. Thanks for the tip @Alexander Zapadenko
this is very handy, thanks!
Sphere looks nice. Shadow however needs more work. Squashed radial gradient just doesn't work.
The thought of a dribbbletorial is great enough, but the fact that you can do this in this few steps is fantastic. Thanks for sharing!
If i will create more four-steps tutorials i'll share them too. But something bigger is not a dribbble format, you right.
Nice, you are a teacher of the day :)
Thanks Alex! :D
Quick and simple. Awesome!
Works a treat!
But would it be a vector ?
Good simple job.
super simple, thanks for sharing.
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