My final logo is based off Vault Boy from the Fallout franchise, which is a post apocalyptic RPG, but I have changed him to appear more like me. I have made many changes to Vault Boy as my logo is designed to represent myself as a video game professional.
This is the part of Vault Boy which I will be changing.
In this screenshot, it shows me using the pen tool to create the correct shapes. I am tracing over it but not exact. In this example I have changed the size of the face to look more of an excited/shocked expression. I am also tracing it so I can keep the correct proportions.
Here is my finished logo over Vault Boy.
This is my finished logo. The changes include his hair colour, which I have changed to the same colour as mine. His facial expression, which I have changed from a cheeky wink to an excited expression. I have made it excited because I wanted to make the impression that Vault Boy is really enjoying the game from the handheld console. The last change I made was what Vault Boy was doing with his hands. The original had him pulling a thumbs up. In my logo he is holding a handheld console. This gives the impression it is a video game logo.
Anime Expression Chart. This is where I experimented with Vault Boy’s facial expression.
For Graphics our logo had to be created using the pen tool, which makes vectors. On the picture with a tab, the tool must be changed into a shape. The fill changes the colour, and the drop downs change the type of vectors you can do.
I created the letter P using vectors. Then I created another one and inverted it to create the hole in the letter.
I created a vector inside a shape.
In this image I have made a vector with the letter A.
With this vector I put two shapes together.
For my original idea I thought about changing the Fallout logo to something similar like the Bethesda logo as the cog around the text looks like the vault doors in fallout. I would replace the text with ‘Fallout’ and maybe change the font. I have a drawing of what I wanted it to look like in my log book.
Fallout 3 font.
Fallout 4 font.
This is the animation that I practised on before I moved onto my final animation. I created this on Adobe Animate.
This screenshot shows that I’ve made the red circle a symbol. To do that I went to insert then selected new symbol.
This screenshot shows the symbol’s scene. I gave the symbol 6 individual drawn frames. When it comes to the full animation the 6 frames will loop while it moves about.
This is my finished business card.
I have put an edited researched image onto a photograph of a stand. I have made the background black and white because that is associated as elegant, which my design is based upon. How I made this was by making the bussiness card a smart image.
Here is my photograph which contains my stand.
As you can see, if you look at this compared to the finished design, you will see that I have smoothed out the ground and the wall so it doesn’t look sharp. I have also made the image black and white.
Here is my business card image.
With this image I have made the green very sharp and the soup bright. The bowl has smooth curves.
Here is my bussiness card with it’s text.
The font of the text is hand written and fancy which is seen as elegant. I have ideas about text in my log book.
This brand comes across as neat, sophisticated, professional and ordered just like how my final outcome will be based on.
Here is my final all colours card. It has the best photograph from each individual colour card and they have been put together to create this. It is 10cm by 6cm like the rest.