For a GPS kinda app... this one was done in Maya + Photoshop and took approximately 4 hours from concept to final.
10 months ago
Love the perspective!
Looks nice, but it will be hard to differentiate the pin from the background in a smaller scale... otherwise it rocks as always :-)
Agree w/ @Majo Moravcik, it was lost on my for a second. Love the sun in the bg and the perspective is ace.
I like the perspective.
I would love to see more work put in to the pin. Hand me a big orange one.
very very beautiful angle of the view!
Cool icon Dash.. but maybe make the pin a bit bigger? Think it's a bit to small to see on screen..
Hello, I really like the perspective and idea, but the thing is that the pointer which is the main indicator which helps us to recognize the sense of the app, disappears in sun rays and in the road color. I think you have to choose another color for it. The rest is perfect.
Very quick. Impressive.
4 hours :| Sick.
PS: I'm the only one who sees the green sphere inside the pin pixelated?
Make the pin bigger. *cough*
@Dash dat iz dashing.. :)
Like the others said, I think the pin has to change color/treatment. I also think it needs to be much more prominent. If I were to look at this icon on my phone, I'd assume it represented some kind of game or similar.
Since it's a GPS "kinda" app, I feel that the element referring most noticeably to direction (the pin) should have at least the equal visual importance as the rest of the content.
That being said, the render is very nicely executed and has a great feel!
This is beautifully done. Really love the simplicity of it and your approach is creative. The only question I have is whether or not this will scale well.
A beautiful icon and I won't repeat what the others said before because I agree with the most of them.
I would still like to see this concept in a symmetric perspective! Could be interesting as well..
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