I loosely modeled this after a Nixon watch I have, but I'm not sure it's fully recognizable as a watch as opposed to a clock without a wrist band. Any feedback is appreciated!
over 1 year ago
very nice work! :)
Wow, man, this is f***** amazing.
Awesome... I would download it just because of the icon :)
Did you apply "Sharpen" filter at the end? Looks a bit sharper than it should. Awesome icon nevertheless :)
Wow, great icon!
maybe it's just me, but the button (larger button) perspective looks a bit off. Love it tho!
Great work, perhaps the 3D effect would work better if the left part of the aluminium front was less wide as the right part? Don't know, never tried it but maybe it works :-)?
They're both the same width right now? http://cl.ly/image/122s000K241m
This is the second shot in a week that I've really liked the details on, but the perspective is off (here's the other one: http://dribbble.com/shots/724761-Telly-Icon ). I think the face of the clock would be more tilted and less of the right side would be hidden. I also agree with @Olaf Muller
Yeah some perspective issues for sure. But the detail of everything is right on. Great job.
Thanks for the suggestions everyone!
@Asher I raised the contrast a little at the end, looking at it now, I think its a little too much. Thank you for the feedback!
yeah a ltl perspective issue... but awesome details! I am sure you would iterate and nail this stuff
#100 Also, amazing job man! :)
This is insane!! AMAZING!! AWESOME!! STUNNING!! @James Cipriano
the etching is well executed. I'm getting "watch" right away. that might be because I love square faced watches. I agree the internal face's perspective is a bit off but this piece is inspirational and makes me want to dive deep into PS|CS6. Great Job!
Amazing. Agreed on the perspective of the watch numbers being slightly off. But (relatively) easily fixed. Amazing icon.
Oh this is very amazing work.
about 1 year ago
It's crazy good. and I'm the 200th like. so there you go Pizan.
@Jivaldi Thanks man!
Digging this a lot boss!
6 months ago
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