Made everything in photoshop, all vector shapes, textures, color filters, and patterns.
over 2 years ago
One word, wow!
Two words, wow wow!
Thanks Wills, wait until see the complete thing, I'm saying wow myself. Very impressed be the result.
Thanks Matthew, you rock!
great job......very very realistic.
Thank you @Jason, sorry for the pain a few months ago :)
Looking forward to seeing the whole thing ;)
@Wills Sure, after I decide what to do with this :)
Would love to see a tut on your process for making wood textures!
@Josh That might be a good idea, I will do a post in my blog soon. Thanks dude.
I second Josh Johnson's notion of a wood texture tutorial, this is dope!
@James Yeah, I will try to write one. Thanks.
If you guys want to see the full-size of this design, follow me on twitter and mention me. I will send the link via DM.
Thanks! You rock!
You really have one of the most incredible galleries on Dribbble. Great work.
about 2 years ago
@Adam, please, that's not true at all, I'm just a rookie. But thanks anyway for your words. You rock!
It does look nice, good job on the texture. What would make it even better is making the outside edges not all perfect all around. Makes it a bit fake looking if you're going for the 100% realistic look :)
Yeah Daniel, I thought that effects sometimes. It's a pretty good idea, I will try to see if I can replicate it. Thanks.
Hands down the most impressive wood texture on Dribbble!
about 1 year ago
@Zane David Well, I think that's too much my friend. Thanks anyway. My father came to Argentina from Italy when he was 13yo during the WWII. He became a carpenter. Then my brother became a carpenter. I tried, but I almost cut all my fingers (for real), then I became a designer to work with wood too in a more safely way.
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