Steering Wheel

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  1. Asher Asher

    Process

    Done in Photoshop CS6 (without Wacom). I must confess that it took every inch of my patience to complete this. Soon after making the shapes, I realized that finishing this is going to be a lot harder and trickier than I had imagined. Really glad to make it to the end.

    Since this is just for practice, I would really appreciate some constructive criticism.

    Don't forget to check the full view :)

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    2 months ago

  2. Atdhe Konjufca Atdhe Konjufca

    i love it

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    2 months ago

  3. Ola Drachal Ola Drachal

    Outstanding work!

    2 months ago

  4. Joseph A Barrientos Joseph A Barrientos

    wow, great reflections and shadows!

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    2 months ago

  5. Alex Pronsky Alex Pronsky

    Top notch work

    2 months ago

  6. Shota Mickaia Shota Mickaia

    Sick!!!!! Really awesome!!!!

    2 months ago

  7. Pedja Rusic Pedja Rusic

    It's cool an all, but it's too safe, how bout some perspective here and there? Some more curves stuff like that :)

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    2 months ago

  8. Jonathan Olsen Jonathan Olsen

    It's crazy how all your icons/shots are so damn crisp!

    2 months ago

  9. Davlikanoff Design Davlikanoff Design

    just one word - cool! :)

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    2 months ago

  10. Jorge Puga Jorge Puga

    Nice to see that you kept with it and made it through the end. I have a few projects where I loose patients and just stop working on them. Really great work. Love all the details. So all you used was photoshop? Would really like to see your design process. I normally do the framework in illustrator and finish it off in photoshop.

    2 months ago

  11. Fabio Benedetti Fabio Benedetti

    @Asher man this is impressive. Love it. I am quite impressed by the little commands near the steering wheel. Also the texture of the leather is perfect. Another great one :)

    2 months ago

  12. Asher Asher

    @Pedja Rusic I have always struggled with perspective drawing and the end result is never as good as I expect it to be. I think the best way would be to use a 3D program which I have yet to learn.

    @Jorge Puga Glad you like it :) I have included process animation with my first post.

    Thanks everyone.

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  13. Louis Bullock Louis Bullock

    I personally would just make the gloss bits on the main 'horn' plate a bit softer, apart from that, this looks incredible!

    Keep 'em coming!

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    2 months ago

  14. Peter Wooster Peter Wooster

    Very nice, which Toyota is it from? We're on our 4th Camry, but this looks a bit sportier than that.

    2 months ago

  15. 小阿福Xiaoafu 小阿福Xiaoafu

    Cool...

    2 months ago

  16. iconbook iconbook

    great
    ~

    2 months ago

  17. Leon Wu Leon Wu

    VERY NICE!!

    2 months ago

  18. SanityD SanityD

    Wonderful~

    2 months ago

  19. Eddie Lobanovskiy Eddie Lobanovskiy

    tha's my boy!

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    2 months ago

  20. uiwork uiwork

    帅!~~~~

    2 months ago

  21. Ashok Ashok

    very very nice work.. love it :)

    2 months ago

  22. Julian Julian

    cooooool!

    2 months ago

  23. Joram Oudenaarde Joram Oudenaarde

    Amazing!! If you really want constructive criticism I do have one ;)
    Right below the logo, in the center part of the steering wheel, the shadow that you see that seems a bit unnatural. It's like it's either too hard or upside-down for some reason.

    That's about the only thing I could find… other than that it's really great work :) Hat tip to the patience test!

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  24. Matt Willett Matt Willett

    This is sensational

    2 months ago

  25. ididi ididi

    stunning~!

    2 months ago

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