Libretto IOS App Icon

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  1. Alex Pronsky Alex Pronsky

    Here's an icon I made for the app called Libretto. You can learn more about it following the link:

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/libretto-keep-track-your-grades/id641948969?l=it&ls=1&mt=8

    Don't forget to check 2X image and 1024 px icon in attach!

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    11 months ago

  2. Alexey Bychkov Alexey Bychkov

    Отличная иконка!

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    11 months ago

  3. Comést Savatino Comést Savatino

    Wow, the details are really nice. Is this vector or raster based?

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    11 months ago

  4. Alex Pronsky Alex Pronsky

    @Alexey Bychkov Спасибо Бро!

    @Comést Savatino Thanx. Pages and graph are fully vector and hat was modeled in 3D Max and than retouched a bit in PS (rasteter part).

    11 months ago

  5. Muhammad Ali Effendy Muhammad Ali Effendy

    Very good work @Alex

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    11 months ago

  6. Shota Mickaia Shota Mickaia

    Отлично, but not sure about perspective of hat and background graph.

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    11 months ago

  7. Alex Pronsky Alex Pronsky

    @Shota Mickaia Thanx a lot for mentioning.
    I've chosen a bit incorrect perspective couse in the right perspective hat looks boring and the top part of it covers the rest and it looks more like a squire.
    While through this camera angle and with lense distortion (rendered in Max) hat looks much more recognisable and interesting.

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    11 months ago

  8. weiguisong weiguisong

    Cool!

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    10 months ago

  9. alessio alessio

    wow Very good:)

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    9 months ago

  10. Vitaly Ishkulov Vitaly Ishkulov

    This is sick.
    New iOS 7 icon sucks.

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    4 months ago

  11. Alex Pronsky Alex Pronsky

    @Vitaly Ishkulov Thanx! Yeah flat icons are boring to do so I got back to 3D modeling and viz))))

    4 months ago

  12. Estela Gaspar Estela Gaspar

    You make it look so real but at the same time maintain the illustration "style". I love it!

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    about 1 month ago

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