As lost as Alice. As mad as the Hatter.


Intersecting and Excluding

On Photoshop I created a square shape using the pen tool. On the same layer I created another shape which overlapped it. I first had it set to shape, but to allow it to overlap I changed the settings to path.

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This screenshot shows the two shapes when the overlapping is excluded.

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This screenshot shows the two shapes when the overlapping is intersected, which means the part where both shapes are over each other are coloured in.

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Using the pen tool on shape and path mode I created the photo icon as one shape. I used combine to stop the triangles excluding.

DPI in Photoshop

I produced 3 quick black and white logos with a resolution of 72 dots per inch. The logos were created following my own identity. The logos I made were based on mystical and ancient structures and weapons.


This logo was created trying to capture the image of war. It features two arrows crossed over each other.


With this logo I tried to capture strength by drawing a sword in a rock.


With this logo I tried to create something powerful and magical, so I made an orb.


Then I produced 3 more quick logos with a resolution of 300 DPI.


This logo is of a castle door where I tried to capture secureness. To show that I kept the doors closed. If they were open it would not work as I think that feels welcoming.


This logo is supposed to show a castle logo in the most basic way possible. I thought that the castle walls would show that the most because of the common structure.


In this logo I tried to make a basic sword which is supposed to represent power. I think a showing that with a sword works very well because swords are strong mighty weapons.