I decided to learn Sketch the 'hard way' by creating more complex objects every day.
Today I am giving away the source .sketch file for a black iPhone 5, it's a fully vectorial, fully scalable shape. I am in love with Sketch! Special thanks to Paul Flavius for his original Photoshop template.
Don't forget to check the big image attachment and the Sketch file.
More Sketch work to come in the next few days
2 months ago
Wow, that's what I call detailed. Sketch, Vector, what's not to love?
GREAT WORK. What else to say?
Looks good. But as usual, I have some critique to give.
1. The chamfered edge is too dark.
2. The SIM slot doesn't look very realistic at all, and needs to be moved down about 3-4px.
3. The arrays of speaker holes also need to be moved down slightly.
4. The antenna gap at the top of the device is cut off, and should be a bit lighter.
5. The camera and earpiece seem too deep, you need to reduce the shadows.
6. Also, the home button could use less gloss.
BTW, I wrote all this while looking at my iPhone laying on the table at a similar angle to your design. :)
I know Sketch isn't for rendering, but it is possible to make these small changes for the sake of realism.
wow fabio, this is awesome!!!
awesome work, thanks for sharing
@Ari ah thanks for the feedback, always appreciated, download the file and modify it yourself, go! :)
I love Sketch.app and your work. Thanks dude!
Amazing! Great work. Thanks for source.
How... Like seriously. I can just about muster a browser in sketch.
wow, its really nice ;)
@Fabio Basile this is awesome work man. for being new to the software you're killing it. looking forward to seeing some more stuff.
ma sei un po' copione XD
Is vectorial a word?
@Epic Design & Media "(mathematics) Of or pertaining to a vector." so I guess it's usable :)
Awesome, thanks for sharing !
This is pretty amazing.
Nice details! Thanks for sharing ;)
Can't wait to get into this file. Looks great!
Wow, nice job! I'm starting to use sketch more myself so this is awesome to see :)
A free Sketch License for the first one to redeem this code:
Thanks for your contribution, Fabio!
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