Sunday, 9 September 2012

Nodoka Concept Art—Finished

It's been a year, a month and a day (and a couple of hours) since my last update to Nodoka concept art (well, I've been lazy, busy with other stuff and since vast majority of my apps are still GTK2, there was also no need). Over the weekend I've finished the last one—Noir. The current Nodoka style will remain as Classic. As it will be mostly unchanged (sans maybe some small modifications to shadows) I haven't done any concept art for that. I hope it won't be another year before I start writing code, actually… Anyway, here are the pics (roughly sorted from brightest to darkest), enjoy!

Nodoka Glossy

Nodoka Classic

Nodoka Modern

Nodoka Noir

If the pictures are blurry you can see them in original size on Nodoka 1.x concept art wiki page.

I hope you like it, comments are welcomed. Also bear in mind that this is concept art, not a working example. So the working example will look slightly different and moreover I haven't started writing it yet.

6 comments:

twohot said...

Thumbs up for Nodoka Modern. When is it hitting the repos (the theme package)?

twohot said...

Nice work! Thumbs Up for 'Nodoka Modern'. Looking forward to the actual theme package in the repos :-)

Peter Gordon said...

That Nodoka Modern concept art looks FANTASTIC. I can't wait to see it in action. Thanks for your hard work! :)

Martin said...

Thanks for the comments. Nodoka Modern is my favourite one as well ;-) As for when it'll be in repos—this is concept art (drawn in inkscape), so I need to write the code first, before being able to add it to repos. And that will definitely take some time (I hope it won't take another year…).

Martin said...

BTW. At the moment I'm pondering on the code design—I'd like to share as much code as possible between the gtk2 and gtk3 versions—and learning proper usage of autotools…

Dan said...

Nice work. I have done some porting of the 0.7 branch to Gtk3, though it's not complete. A starting point for 1.x might be to get the "Classic" style in Gtk3.