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Frozen UI by Evil-S Frozen UI by Evil-S
FrozenUI is a top quality User Interface made to meet almost every game project needs,
the interface contains elements for MMORPG, MOBA, Strategy and Mobile Games.

The product features:

- More than 80 Unique Elements
- Well organized PSD file
- Sliced Elements
- Fonts
- Single Atlas (NGUI)
- Custom Slot System (Unity Asset Store)
- Custom Drop Down Field script (Unity Asset Store)

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Simplar Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This is tad too much to make my mouth being opened. :o
Great job!
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AzizNatour Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
great work, keep it up :thumbsup:
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ZafireHD Featured By Owner May 8, 2014  Student Interface Designer
How long did it take you to create this ? :P

(Looks very good)
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Evil-S Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
about a week :)
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MadalinVlad Featured By Owner May 7, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
duuude, how do you do them :o
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Evil-S Featured By Owner May 12, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
hmm, with mouse , graphic tablet and lot of time :P
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MadalinVlad Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
I mean, what software and tehnique, and maybe a link to a tutorial of some sorts? :)
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Evil-S Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Photoshop is the software. Its my own technique and i don't think there are tutorials :)
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MadalinVlad Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
that's too bad, I really want to learn to do work of this level.
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Evil-S Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Practice is the key :)
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MadalinVlad Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Interface Designer
yes, but I can't practice something without first having a bit of knowledge about it. I just started an UI kit in a flat-ish style, first work of this type for me, yet I just love the way you do these. Good job & good luck selling these.
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Lazeka Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2014
I know I'm a bit late to the party but Evil is using illustration/graphic and UI design in the creation of these pieces, so look up tutorials and examples of both.

Easy/Short Answer:
1. Get Photoshop/GIMP and practice using tutorials. I used sites like Pixel2Life and PSTuts 10 years ago and they haven't changed much now.
2. Get some pen and paper and draw. Draw anything but try to keep it real. Fantasy is just exaggerated reality afterall.

Hard/Long Answer:
Design and art in general is what you make of it. When you get into all the nooks and crannies design can be really complicated stuff but so is everything, and overall all we're really doing is drawing. That's it. Either we're using pen and paper to draw or a graphics tablet, so just get one and draw!

When I was learning I just used Pixel2Life.com and read tutorials on shit that interested me, which at the time was a lot of the cheesy forum signatures and banners (we're talking a good 10 years ago now). Then I went and looked at a bunch of free designs (and deviantART accounts like this) and tried making my own. Take into account the -techniques- you're learning from these and not just the outcomes themselves as these techniques are what you'll use, rather than the end product itself.

For basic drawing you'll want to sketch at least once a day, everyday, for 5 days a week. You DO NOT have to do it that much, you just want to do it REGULARLY and OFTEN. You don't need to learn traditional pen and paper sketches before you get a tablet (as you'll have to get used to the tablet pen anyway) but it's good practice anyway. I do all my drafts in pen and pencil, scan them to a PC and then use the tablet then. If you have a tablet consider taking other peoples work and try inking and colouring it, as you'll want to learn that, too (remember, colouring/shading is a real job, too!)

In regards to what to draw I suggest drawing -real- things. Anything, doesn't matter, so long as it's real. Photographs work too but usually have unnatural lightning as opposed to something that's in your house. Pick a weekly topic (like "fruit" or "kitchen appliances") and just draw that for the whole week. If you want to draw people and animals don't start with the whole thing, start with a body part like hands, feet, horns, teeth, eyes, etc.

Like any new hobby, you need to be sure you want to do this. Learning a new thing is quite involved and hard, so just be patient and take it slow. When I started it took me about two years to get comfortable with Photoshop, and even then it took me about 3-4 before I was comfortable making my own layouts. Nowadays I do more logo/poster work than UI stuff, which is really strange since I absolutely suck at drawing!

Extra reading: Design elements and principles, especially in regards to colour theory and basic UI design. Colour theory's a good one. Also look up mindmapping and ideation if you're stuck on what to create or how to go about it.
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