I recently tried to make an app icon for an iPhone application which is still in development. Here's the process of the "R" drawing : http://cl.ly/image/0R0b3s2A212w
10 months ago
I like the 'R' and I dig the cloth look.
Really nice icon Ludovic!
Thanks @Brad Durham and @Andrea Cau
Awesome, looking real :D
This looks really nice! Love the curtain effect.
Those creases are velvet cool.
The arm/leg on the R seems a tad high from the baseline. For some reason I see a P with a Ron Swanson mustache?! Seems like it could be swung a but lower to optically match the vertical stem.
Thanks for feedback @Joseph Ekloff maybe the perspective break the "R" alignement, I'll try to lower the arm ;) Do you feel the same on the flat version? http://cl.ly/image/0R0b3s2A212w
Super nice. I agree with Joseph, it feels like the "leg" of the R ends too quickly, it should actually end below the baseline for it so become optically correct. But if it's a stylistic choice, that's another thing.
Big fan of the feeling of the fabric in the icon :)
love it!, really nice cloth effect
@Ludovic Riffault The perspective one makes it a bit more noticeable, but I see why you got there with your shape guides. I think its because the way the curve ends it seems stunted by a point or two, even in the flat design.
The Alternate R in "GIRTH" shown in this typeface tries to fix that by widening the leg toward the bottom. In your case, maybe just lowering or enlarging the radius to keep thickness equal?
Many thanks for this feedback @Joseph Ekloff I'll definitely try few stuffs to fix this ;)
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