September 4th: Reflections, Momentum, and The Impossible
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Click! Cassidy Williams' interpretation of a Dribbble shot by Sandor is a CSS illustration masterwork.
Momentum Scroll Fixed Element
"Often fixed elements can feel a bit unnatural I wanted to give a bit more weight to the floating object. I tried to capture the momentum feeling of natural browser scrolling." from Nathan Taylor.
Grid Experiment No. 1
"Recreation of a print layout from The Intelligent Lifestyle Magazine book using CSS Grid" by Jules Forrest.
CodePen Radio #140: Saying No
In the latest episode of our podcast, Chris and Marie talk about a tough reality of the startup life: having to say no.
August CSS Project by Sawsan
Congratulations to Sawsan for finishing her personal challenge to make a new CSS thing every day in August! Check out her post about the challenge, and browse her CodePen profile to see her August creations.
Hankuro on CodePen
New member Hankuro is off to an amazing start with their intricate and slightly surreal creations.
"Messing around with reflections in threejs. Getting a feel for cubecameras and how to adjust settings. Playing with a lot of different mappings such as displacement, specular, environment, and normal." by Bryan Jones.
Inspired by Monument Valley, Louis Hoebregts is creating a collection of impossible shapes with three.js.
Daily CSS Images - Portfolio
Salix Dubois gathered up all of his creations from the #DailyCSSImages challenge into an impressive portfolio of different CSS illustration styles.
A dazzling portrait of everybody's magical favorite bus driver by Nat Cooper!