One of the trickiest shapes I've ever created using Photoshop. Each section was made using circles alone.
Hope you like it :)
7 months ago
Good thing i'm not on ecstasy. I don't know if I'd leave this page.
Beautiful colors and efects on each shape. :)
The vibrancy of those colors is just amazing! Gorgeous work!
I might give my Chrome replacement another youth :D
Anyone can give me a tips how to make the "moon" shape ? :)
@Adrien Rochet I am sure there's a better way to create that shape in Illustrator but in Photoshop, I had to create three different sections.
Thanks everyone :)
Looks good, although I think the glow is a bit too sharp.
@Asher After 1h of work, I really can not, too bad. Thank you anyway :)
Awesome colors. Sexy!
Incredibly done, I'd love to see the process of how you made this
I'm wondering if this is somehow also how @SoftFacade made the Dialoggs icon :)
@Adrien Rochet It's tricky indeed. You can download the psd file for that shape from here.
@Daniel J. I think the same technique was used there as well.
Pretty awesome! Caught my eye right away, over everything else on my front page!
The texture's dope.
I like it
I would love to see a more rendered take on all of googles logos in this style. Good Work!
Wow, fantastic! This absolutely caught my attention.
This looks fantastic! What would absolutely complete it is if you could fit purple between the blue and red, to really make a continuous spectrum, but that would be a bit tricky to recalculate everything. Looks amazing anyway.
This is absolutely awesome! I'm loving the colors that are used, and the lighting you have achieved is quite impressive!
I might try knocking down the brightness of the white glare at the top of the icon, it feels a bit over-powering to me.
Good work Asher!
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