This is my WIP for my final project within illustrator, I have so far used an image trace on an image of a violin, then drew some warped sheet music to go in the background. I plan to add some more music notes (sheet music) maybe overlapping the violin.
As you can probably tell my logo design has changed quite a bit, while I was working on my initial design something wasn't sitting right with me, whether it was too complicated or I just didn't like my design I decided to change. To decide on another design I went through all of my past... Continue Reading →
Creating a logo within Illustrator, which is not my favorite program. I have figured out that I was creating shapes with lines so whenever I tried to use the fill tool I would change the color of the lines rather than the color of the space between the lines (the triangles on either side). I... Continue Reading →
This is the final for the two previous WIPS, for this one I used four separate images, one of a speaker which is the background, the second being a mouth of a classmate, and the last two being the hands of my teacher. This one was fun but it took a while to come up... Continue Reading →
I decided to add hands (by the suggestion of my teacher) to the creature image thing... I used the liquify tool yet again to make the hands into weird long bony hands, then I used the mixer brush tool to make it look more like a part of the image.
Kind of a weird thing, initially i started with an image of a speaker and it slowly evolved into whatever this is. I mostly used the liquify filter to get this effect, and I am currently struggling to separate the image from its background.
It was fun to do the shatter, but I think the image that I used was to dark so the shadows from the shatter don't show up very well, and I only realized this halfway through so it was to late to change images. Source for photo: https://pixabay.com/en/man-face-human-portrait-look-men-852762/
In the middle of this work I realized that the image was really too dark to have and effective shadow effect. But using shatter is fun, its probably my favorite thing to do within Photoshop and I will probably do more shatters, hopefully improving them in the future.