Notebook design by Yongjin Kim.
12 months ago
The stitches feel too 'edgy'. Don't ask me what that means.
Looking good. But, looks like that pen is hovering o.O
Love the colors @Asher ! The sewing looks a bit harsh compared to the overall soft look, also because it's extremely snapped to the pixel. I'd try making it 1,5px thick or off set it from the pixel grid on purpose? BTW; It's hard to criticize a shot by a true artist like yourself
I love the texture and feel of the notebook, but as already mentioned the stitches seem a bit too clean, and the pen's shadow makes it seem like it's floating.
Looks awesome! Just make the shadow a little darker at the top and bottom of the pen where it's actually touching the paper and it will fix the "floating" issue.
Great work but why this pen levitate in the air? ;)
Love the stitching. Maybe tone the contrast down a little as @Haziq Mir mentioned.
The notebook is just gorgeous. But the pen looks too simple and so flat. I think, you need to fix that ;)
great shot)))) +1
Looks nice! I think @Haziq Mir is trying to say that the stitches look to sharp and should be softened. :)
by Pietro Schirano
Just for training and fun :)
12 months ago
why pen is flying?
Yeah, it's really looks like pen is flying )
OMG very lovely
great details, as ever!
Looks nice! Are you using a dotted stroke for the stitching or manually drawing each one?
Very clean, and I'm loving the colours :)
The lighting is actually coming from the top left hand corner in such a way that the shadow is elongated, looks more like natural lighting from a window, rather than studio lighting. I think this was the actual intention of Asher.
@Asher the gel on that pen looks simply amazing.
8 months ago
a lot more awesome in smaller size
7 months ago
@Bobby Giangeruso Or maybe just the middle is hovering between the crease in the notebook? :)
4 months ago
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