Software: Adobe Fireworks CS5
Time: ~ 2 h
Idea/Completed: 2010/Sep/24 @ 18:20
Fireworks PNG: [ download ]
All vector work and fully scalable (see illustration in supersize format). Inspired by Mark’s RPMs illustration. :)
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Comments to “Daily Design (2010-042): Car Dashboard”:
One of the best is undoubtedly Rogie — but I’ll contribute, too! ;)
About the .fw.png extension — I simply add the extension manually — I now type “fw.png” when I create an editable Fireworks PNG. Helps me keep things better organized! :) (There was an idea once to change the default Fireworks extension to something else, but it really never took off… I personally like the editable .png, because you can open it even in a browser and see a flattened version.)
Anyway to get the original fw file? I’m a huge BMW enthusiast and am looking at creating some graphics for the car that I autocross on weekends and this would be a great template to work from. Thanks! Super job….really….
I don’t mind sharing with you the Fireworks PNG file — I presume you know Fireworks pretty well? The illustration above was made for practice and for my own pleasure; I’d be happy if someone can build on top of it (I’d be curious also to see what you can come up with). :-)
But — actually, the Fireworks editable PNG is shared in this post already — see “Fireworks PNG: [ download ]” the link below the illustration! :-)
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Wow! You've done a truly tremendous job with this article. I must say I am truly impressed, and honestly — I am not very easy to impress! The piece is beautiful, and very extensive — really good work! —Vitaly Friedman, Editor-in-Chief, Smashing Magazine (work: Article on Adobe Fireworks / 2010)