Playing with some textures for the Restaurant menu. I'll never get tired of wood.
about 2 years ago
You love food? Welcome to the club!
Gorgeous! But you have a border radius issue on that top left button, see this for reference: http://dribbble.com/shots/419198-Pro-Tip-3-Proper-Border-Radius
@Gabriel Levcovitz nice, that's really helpful. You learn new stuff every day!
@Russ glad to be part of it. lol
Awesome as always @Meng To. I love the dark chocolate color!
@Jean-Marc Denis Merci, Jean-Marc! :)
@Jeremiah Wingett You're right that this reminds me of dark chocolate. Yummy.
warm colors & awesome real effects, love it dude @Meng To
digging the colors @Meng To
Love the textures and details, it works really well.
I feel the knife/fork/spoon illustration clashes with the Menu text though, because 'Menu' is depressed into the background but so is the illustration behind it so it feels odd.
@Ben Haddock good observation, I also feel that the execution could have been done a little better there. Thanks!
I like it very much. However, I'd also try to sort the paper a bit. Also, have you thought about rounded metal corners? And while I'm on it, consider using another script font such as Gelato Script or so.
@Daniel Nicolae I agree that the paper sheets could be cleaner. I can also experiment with the metal corners a bit more.
Interesting, I've never used Gelato Script so I'll check it out. Thanks for the pointers!
Big thanks to @Tanveer Junayed and @Michel Makhoul for your kind comments!
Awesome work as always!
bro this is some seriously amazing texture
Beautiful work! Great textures especially!! I can't help but think the type for 'Appetizers' etc sticks out a bit too much and look out of place. Other than that really great work!!
Looks great! It's a very nice interface and what's not to like about wood?? :)
wait! whaaat? O.O
Man, that texture is perfect!
I believe "I love food" should go 1 or 2px up.
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