My WIP keep going! Adding crumpled paper texture & details to make it more realistic! Any suggestions about that to improve it? - Final Version Soon - (freebies includes)
9 months ago
Put it on a desk.
Do you mean in my desktop as icon mail? :-) Thanks for the comment and appreciation!! @kirk visola
No, put in a pseudo wood texture with a pencil or pen and some actual desktop stuff. Looks sick. @Tobia Crivellari
Looking good so far @Tobia Crivellari!
frickle the edges a bit according to the texture
someone is on a tutorial frenzy today! Keep going dude! :)
@kirk visola Oh, I got it! I understand what you mean! I will, it seems a great idea to create a new mail or note app icon!! Thanks a lot for the suggestion!! :-) Really appreciate!!
@Mark Jooste Thanks a lot mate! I always appreciate your support!! :-)
@Josh Austin Huge Thanks my friend!!
@Dries Lambrecht Thanks for the comment and suggestion! What do you mean with "frickle"? :-)
@Dennis Terrey Yep bro! Absolutely! I love to learn new stuff...Especially stuff like this, I really love to improve my icon skills! I like do this kind of work!! Last night I went to bed at 2.30 AM..but it worth!! :-)
@Aleksandar Djuric Thanks mate! Your appreciation is like gold for me! Thanks again!! :-)
Love the attention to detail, Tobia! The subtle creases and imperfections are marvelous. Very nice job. :-)
Thanks a lot for your comment and appreciation! I'm really glad you like it!! :-) @Scott Wills
by Tobia Crivellari
The final Envelop Icon! Here I am with my third icon! I hope you like it! See the attachments for full tasty view and .png file for icon! Enjoyed it!
9 months ago
@Tobia Crivellari frickle as in- make the edges of the evelope smooth-jagged, following the pattern of the texture folds
@Dries Lambrecht Great, I got it! I have correct that slightly white line in the final version of the icon! See it here and tell me what you think! http://drbl.in/fjqP Thanks again!! :-)
nice man! :)
Thanks a lot dude!! @Dries Lambrecht
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