converted sketch into icon, let me know what you think.
process.mov & higher res image attached
almost 2 years ago
Yes! Just curious - is the second envelope down shorter in length as in the pile isn't too fit to the bordering wood, or is it just shorter? Nevertheless, great transition from sketch, and beautiful outcome! Love the reflections throughout!
Dewd, you're the Killa!
Looks amazing, agree with patrick though, seems a little bit like the second envelope needs to either be angled so it doesn't take up the full length, or extended to fit the form.
Stunning man..... :) Nice shot ever!!!
That is f.....g AMAZING!
Wow. Insanely great work dude.
Turned out great!
@Patrick Branigan @Andreas Ubbe Dall actually the tray has more space therefore envelopes are pretty loose in it, one just happen to slide back a bit ;) thank you!
Looks great, esp with the reflection. Curious to see how this would look in a different context.
So so sick:)
Great to see how this piece turned out! :)
Thanks a lot guys!!!
@Philip Lester I'll post some shots of the website later on... thanks!
@Sergey Shapiro haha, thanks buddy ))
I love this, however, I don't get why the stamp and the postal marking are on the reverse side of the envelope. Kinda takes away from the composition IMO. I understand that you wanted to get that back fold detail onto that top envelope, but that detail really bothers me.
Great work. Thanks for sharing your process.
I see, cool! Makes sense. Just noticeable as it's the one decently major difference from your sketch :)
haha, thank you @Justin Lancaster
...I know what you mean, it kinda bothered me too at first... I did have it clean without anything up until the very end... it just felt like too much weight on the left side, so I just slapped it on there... sorry if it bothers anyone :P
I think the wood has to be a little less bright, and the tray at the top right, compared with the envelope standing, seems a bit out of perspective, but nothing to leave your job less awesome :)
Nice work and wood is best.
AWESOME!! Are you still going to add the "got mail" text?
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