A UI element for an upcoming app.
(It won't actually appear like this. Stepped up for fun.)
4 months ago
My eyes are turned on.
My eyes goes nuts, great to something like this in a app, can't wait.
very smooth and real
Dazzling effect! Great lighting man.
Thank you all. Can't wait to show the full app design!
All I see are snakesssss! :)
Marc is intriguing us now :)
@Paul Ungureanu Badger badger badger…
It keeps on turning.
Crazy :) , great work ***
Reminds me Super Mario Land 2. You know, inside Mario's body levels.
Sweet. Looks like a focus ring. ;)
@Benjamin Crozat Had no idea what you were talking about, so I looked it up. Yep, you're right! Definitely does. Pretty cool.
It actually probably should appear just like that.
That lighting is unreal, or rather... too real haha
Nice, Mark! Love the lighting change on the sides. Though, the light reflection on the top of each of the ripples doesn't match the rest of the light, I find. It looks like it would come from the top, so why would the top of those be highlighted instead of the bottom?
@Rune Madsen I’m not sure. It was all modelled in Cheetah 3D, with four infinite lights: Two top down, then one the right and one on the left to give the side highlights. I have made some minor tweaks in Photoshop, but nothing too drastic. So I’m not sure... blame physics? :P
Also, the perspective is a little wacky when they’re stacked like this — I’m not using orthographic projection, but the camera is placed really far away and zoomed in. So it’s close, but not orthographic. That may be another reason why things are a little strange. The final app only has one wheel though (I can’t show the rest of the screen just yet).
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