I am very pleased to post my very first shot at Dribbble. I have no words to thank Rich Thornett by inviting me to become a player – I've been waiting for this moment so long! :D
I want to honor Dribbble in this, because I love the site so much. It gives me learning, inspiration, eye candy... And now that I'm a player, can't wait to receive critiques, feedback, make friends...
So, here's my debut. I'm Brazilian and (aspirant) designer. Follow my thought: Brazilians love soccer, designers love Dribbble, I'm both. Nothing more apropriate then making a Dribbble-style soccer ball! ;) Here it is! Quite simple, just like the official Dribbble basketball logo. I also will be using this as an avatar for my profile, until I design something else. :)
* Sorry for my bad english. if I write any error, just ignore it, please.
almost 3 years ago
I'm a sucker for any sports themed shots. Kudos and welcome.
Thanks Kyle! :D
Actually I'm not that sports guy, but I enjoy soccer. My country's tradition is what motivate me! ;)
Back during the World Cup, Dribbble turned their logo in the lower right of every page into a pink soccer ball. It was very clever. This is a nice piece and I like the simplistic representation of a soccer ball. Welcome to Dribbble!
Thank you, Steve!
Yeah, I made it simple, just like the Dribbble logo.
It's a nice logo, and I'm honoured to modify that and receive compliments for it. :)
Kickin' debut, welcome!
Hey, Rich! Thanks! ;)
And really, thank you so much for the invitation! I can't describe how happy I am! :D
I want to see the dark panels a little bigger. Or, more to the point, the little black notch at the bottom right really bugs me.
@Little Tiny Fish I think I could make the panels bigger, that will make the notch disappear. I'll do that later, thanks for the comment!
I love soccer =D
I'm in love with this :)
@Jesus Whow doesn't? ;-)
@Dan Haha, thanks a lot! I'm a huge fan of you! :)
simple and effective!! love it...
over 2 years ago
My fav shot of the week. Job well done and welcome!
almost 2 years ago
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