A time-lapse of the iteration of the Filibaba Smoothies icon. It was made with a combination of Cinema 4D and Photoshop.
The idea for the icon started out more complex with both a straw and a vanilla bean. Those details only ended up making the icon more cluttered. Once they were removed, the glass could be moved further up and eventually to the left for a better composition.
It took a while to get the glass refraction right, I ended up actually making a glossy smoothies material rather than a glass container with smoothies material on the inside. Bubbles and gloss on the glass were made in Photoshop.
The tray is all Photoshop work.
The strawberries mostly Cinema 4D with some retouching and textures added in Photoshop. If I'd improve anything, it would be the way the seeds are placed on the strawberries. But I figured it such a slight detail that is lost on device anyway, that I let it pass for now.
Filibaba Smoothies is a free app for iPhone + iPad:
about 1 year ago
Love the realism. So the bubbles were all painted? That's great.
The glass looks great.
haha, nice! =)
Glad you ditched the vanilla.
@Marc Edwards ✎ Bjango Thanks! The bubbles in the center are from a photo from one of the recipes. I had to draw additional bubbles along the edge, and underneath the surface to make it fit in.
very stunning work @Max Rudberg ! I guess the bubble & the glass are 3D render?
The colours and light are good. The tray perspective feels a bit weird. It is nicely done!
@Bady in my reply to Marc I tell you more about the bubbles. The glass is a 3d render.
@Lucas Di Carlo I think it's because the perspective is isometric? Or do you mean the bottom edge?
Ser bra ut! Jag gillar "ripple"-effekten i smoothien
@Max Rudberg I was talking about top edge and yes, maybe it is the isometric perspective.
Awesome! Great texture. Love the rim of the glass too, simple and perfect. All of it is just great really.
Really nice work :)
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