No. 1 Watch [animated][css]

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  1. Matt Johnston Matt Johnston

    Posted my 2nd watch animation! http://www.wrist.im/

    8 months ago

  2. Nico Tzogalis Nico Tzogalis

    Wow! Your project is awesome! Would love to participate and submit you one design. :)

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    8 months ago

  3. Nick Yakuboff Nick Yakuboff

    I'm loving the watch animations, Great stuff! The site takes it to an entirely new level, rock on! I can't wait to see more.

    I've got something similar in works, just a 3D photo-real animation. I was hoping to do a watch series, just 3D modeled.

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    8 months ago

  4. Lisa Statham Illustration Lisa Statham Illustration

    Amazing stuff!

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    8 months ago

  5. Dave Riensche Dave Riensche

    Excellent! Excellent site and excellent project. Just... excellent. yeah.

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    8 months ago

  6. Alan Dowling Alan Dowling

    Cool idea, amigo. I want to pick your noggin over lunch (or dinner) soon.

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    8 months ago

  7. Matt Johnston Matt Johnston

    Thanks guys! @alandowling definitely should soon. Let's do it.

    8 months ago

  8. Nuruzzaman Sheikh Nuruzzaman Sheikh

    Cool!

    8 months ago

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  10. John Ballinger John Ballinger

    I just love this. But even more, I have this watch. So cool to see a dribble version of it. What software do you use for the animation? AE? Or something else?

    9 days ago

  11. Matt Johnston Matt Johnston

    @John Ballinger the live version of the watch is animated using CSS3 and Javascript, but this gif was made using Flash. I know AE is all the rage now, but I haven't gotten around to learning it yet :/

    6 days ago

  12. John Ballinger John Ballinger

    @Matt Johnston Funny I ask this. I am super duper flash developer and I still wonder what tools people use to make gifs... I loved the CS3 stuff. I just noticed FramerJS as well. Maybe I should try that. Thanks for replying, I think it is super interesting how people make their GIF's on Dribble but yet no one really shows how its done.

    4 days ago

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