Been a while, dribbble.
I'll be starting to release a few bits from the very soon to be released Icon Resource 2, starting with this guy -- product of one of the lessons that teaches you to do quick icons in an hour to develop strong metaphors. This was done in 66 minutes.
Far from perfect (particularly the quick map painting), obviously.
over 2 years ago
Lovely, just lovely. I really like the compass and the detail on the map is excellent! Awesome job as always, Sebastiaan.
That compass is just epic.
Really liking that the compass is clear. Not something I'm used to seeing. Looks great.
Wow, 66 minutes! Nice!
Thanks guys :)
Really nice! Can't wait for IR2!
It's an awesome looking icon! Not sure it says 'timelapse' to me, but it looks great!
Very nice! The fold needs work though... Its too small for the amount of paper that is folded.
@Mark: it's certainly not meant to be an icon that depicts 'timelapse'. Should've made that more clear. It's an icon of which the creation process was timelapsed to show an example of exercises you can do to keep your icon making muscle fit.
This dribbble is making me dribble.
Fantastic! Can't wait to see more.
Oh Gosh, this is so beautiful!
It took me just 0.66 seconds to like this.
Simle yet detailed, as an icon should be :)
Resembles the map of… Monkey Island :D
Remember the time when you had time to release stuff and everybody was cheering ? Well back to the future, dude, thank you for this slice of past right in my breakfast.
Great work as always, amazing that you pulled that off in 66 minutes! Very much looking forward to Icon Resource 2 :)
looks great man :) looking forward to IconResource2 ^^
The pin looks like a Pokeball! :D
@Sebastiaan thanks for clearing that up! In which case, when can we see the timelapse? :)
Wow. Really nice work. Great details and colors.
I realy like the glass and the texture map. Incredible work. =)
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