A project I made for fun, it's a guide from sketching to final composition including modeling, rendering, icon design and composition. This were made in a couple of days and the focus is on the workflow and not the actual design. Will be available from my new site/blog later on.
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almost 2 years ago
Love the icons.
EDIT: Love everything.
This is great man! btw, is that an iPhone 5? haha :P
Amazing, love the simplicity going one here!
Enjoy 1st place on the popular page.
Also, I want to see it all, that crop sucks.
Man, wow, this.. WOW!
@Haziq Mir thx, they are quite simple and I got the inspiration from here and there, added a few well known social networks to fill it out :P
@Thom haha, I doubt Apple would inset the screwes in the bottom like that ;)
@Daryl Ginn I doubt that but I hope someone appreciate the outcome of this.
OH COME ON !!! STOP THAT !!
Refreshing interface. I've been growing tired of the constant gloss and 3d icons on iOS. Nice work @Mikael Eidenberg.
Bloody hell this is brilliant!!
DOSE icons! Incredible work
The iPhone hardware design is remarkable as well. I want one !
Amazing icons man.
Really loved how you made them soo easy on the eyes and yet soo detailed
This is incredible... Agree with Shaun on this one, the glossy/shiny look is growing dull. So fresh!
Awesome! If Android has this I will switch! :D
Crazy stuff. Incredible.
I would buy that.
Not a fan of the calendar and mail icons, the notification is extremely difficult to read. Also, not really feeling the chrome effect on the settings icon. Most of the other icons are flat and soft, the settings icon is stealing too much attention.
It's total garbage. I don't even know why we are friends via the twittersphere
@Jason Perez @Nick Sloggett Are you guys really watching the same shot as everyone else?
Really nice work Mikael! As always :)
@jonathan olsen haha @Mikael Eidenberg and I have healthy banter, he knows that this is fantastic and he pry did it because he was bored. It's all in good fun with him ;)
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