Just a little something I've been working on with @Matt Scribner
Made with the Underbelly team.
over 1 year ago
Very cool, I would try changing the flap under the sitching.
Great!! @Anthony Lagoon
nice paper! =)
Not sure the topographic texture works in the header with stitching too... I do like the paper though!
Really nice! The paper is gorgeous.
I'm not sure about the geo texture on the nav bar though.
Like Sherlock would say in the amazing show "Elementary": WRONG!
You're throwing different things into one.
Skeuomorphism is ok, but stick to one idea. How in the world would you have stitches on a topographic map cut out in leather, to hold together a wooden board with a paperstack on it?
Always keep in mind the KISS concept: Keep It Simple Stupid.
It's sad, because i checked the rest of your work, and most of them are really good, but this one feels like
you were willing to use leather, stitches, a topomap etc...and told yourself "nah, let's just put everything in this design, it'll do".
Hey @Thomas Van Der Vennet … Haters gonna hate
So how would you justify your latest shot using a 3d pig on a 2d background, or perhaps the cut paper banner that dwarfs the pig in size? No hard feelings… I appreciate your feedback, but would disagree on some points. Mainly being, its not a map, its just a topographic pattern, which is also used on physical products such as this.
@Anthony Lagoon looks great, but the texture on the bar, not quite matched, in my opinion, than that is fine :)
@Anthony Lagoon The topographic pattern and mate texture of the top bar is super cool , don't listen to these guys :-))
Thanks @Diego Monzon. I needed that :)
looks nice, offtopic: how did you link the dropbox, just using the original link?
I dig the topographic texture. But you already know this.
Btw, when's this update dropping?
about 1 year ago
@Kurt Madsen working hard for a release in the next few weeks. Probably will give another sneak tonight ;)
@Underbelly Sweet. :)
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