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2 months ago
You should make a wireframe of your wireframe, so you can wireframe, while you wireframe.
This is a monster!
thoroughly work, very good.
You make me sick
Inspiring work @Dash . Always a pleasure to study your work.
Looks great @Dash . Is there any specific software you use for these blueprint type wires?
I want a front-end framework that looks like this.
Do you use a specific app for this? Or your own setup? Just curious. Very cool.
I see another sneak peak!
*Maybe someone will get the joke this time...*
doesn´t Picasso have the (c) on the blue period? Just kidding, nice wireframing here :)
Very clean set of wires. What's your workflow like for making these? Are you working in PS, AI, or ID?
Love the blueprint feel to this.
Unas presentaciones impecables.
I would love to see this being coded :) So awesome!
Cool as always man! ;-)
@Daryl Ginn I think you might break some sort of record with that comment.
@Alexandre Naud @Designmodo (Adrian) @Johan Geijer @Alex Lupse Thanks for the awesome comments!
@3magine thx , just illustrator
@Ryno van Niekerk I'm sure that would be sweet haha
@Jason Lenker illustrator
@Brent Jackson There is still a lot of work to do, but soon :)
@Axel Herrmann We thought about using a seizure inducing red, maybe next time. For now Picasso can sue me ;)
@Ryan Fernandez @Dragon Creation @Paco Soria @Jeffrey de Groot @Tobia Crivellari Thanks!!!!
@Dash , Seriously though. Very inspiring work! Awsome man, its a pleasure looking at these.
We would really love a tutorial of doing this kingman! At least a PSD/AI freebie =)
@dash No, no, no. Sneak PEAK! (He's already in there.)
no man no! awesomely inspiringly fantabulous!
Great work @Dash
Definitely want to see how the finished product turns out!
about 1 month ago
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