Ok, so here's another shot of iOS icon I am working on, what do y'all think?
Ohh and ofcourse, greatly inspired by Asher.
about 2 years ago
Looks good, but I'd recommend changing the layout a little so that the card has been casually set down on the board. As it is now, it looks a little stiff. And - it goes without saying - the details are AMAZING! Looking really, really great!
Looks great Umar, though I agree with @Zach Forrester
Great job! I wouldn't mind seeing a tiny bit darker stroke on the creditcard (or make the shading on the paper lighter).
Will work on the credit card, thanks guys :)
This difference between crumpled paper and a shiny credit card is just brilliant! :)
awesome use of the app icon shape..
very good, but I think that the distance from the inner shadow on the board should be lower, and rotate the card a bit
@Andrey S. Rodrigues Yes, will be rotating the credit card as well, will need to work on anti aliasing though.
Love it. Detail is great.
added crinkles really make the receipt great!
Fantabulous!!!! Great work mate.
The icon is really cool man, but I thinks there are too many small detail for little work space like this. My two cent.
My next icon is going to be truly inspire from umar's work ;)
Good stuff Umar. Really well done.
Looks great as always! But I'm used to seeing the VISA logo in the bottom part of the card (as on your previos shot) :)
@Anna Paschenko haha, I know, but at smaller sizes it was hard to fit the text (the bottom one) along with the VISA logo in the botton area so I changed it ;)
This looks really nice Umar. Three quick and minor suggestions: 1) How about placing the credit card at an angle? 2) The stroke around the credit card number and account holder is too dark. Maybe lighten it up a little? 3) I would remove the word 'Credit Card'... or make it smaller.
Awesome details... Loved the original too!
by Umar Irshad
Final icon for the upcoming app "Bill Organizer". Also worked on icons for iPad for future use.
about 2 years ago
Very great work dude !
almost 2 years ago
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