I spent my lunch break today working on a rebound of a shot I liked, what do you think?
about 1 year ago
Super rad! Great rebound!!!!
WOW excellant work, thumbs up.
This is awesome. Would love to see the progress in it's full state. The stitching is done very well here, but personally I don't feel like the type of controls/player belong in a "leather stitched" environment (hopefully that makes some sense). Awesome nonetheless! Slap that thing on my desktop!
This is great! Would love to know how to make that brushed metal texture!
at least at lunch...take a break XD it's awesome what you want us to say?? :D
You spent time very successfuly! It's really great! :)
Would love to see this on a more car dashboard-y texture, not this kind of leather / stitch. Still great, though — the lighting is really well done.
well spent time!
Love it. Thanks @Mike | Creative Mints| Creative Mints
U gotta be kidding me :) Amazing..
Stunning!!! @Mike | Creative Mints| Creative Mints
by Hamish Macpherson
Inspired by Mike's shot, here's my try at those brushed metal buttons.
about 1 year ago
by Cris Labno
Inspired by Mike and Paweł :)
The level of pink area reffers to song progress ( it's around 70% now )
when it's full, track ends.
after clicking pause you'll see the rest of the options, but didn't quite done them yet.
great brushed texture :)
How is this your lunch break - Ridiculousness....great work man :)
Very nice work! Can't believe you did this in your break. I've been trying to accomplish a carved in effect like you did for the progress bar for a while now. Can you give any advice or pointers or even layer-styles if possible? Sorry if I'm asking too much.
Really great! I like them both, though the clean lines and 1st-gen ipod-ish look of your first shot appeals more to me, I think this is great as well! Textures are great.
I'd love to see if you're able to do the exact design of Piotr Kwiatkowski's. :)
very good! :)
Love your work!!!
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