Okay, so this is probably going to be my last visual post, until sunday~monday as for I start My work week, I will be gone thurs friday sat, night. I took the image provided, it seems every one is liking this design and layout. I figured we move the 2 outer V's down so that the ends of the V's hide behind the one in the middle. However rather thinking, what can we add, start thinking what can we improve. So far we have a flat image, that fills the space perfectly. think of it like a city, our boundaries allow us to only go so far outward. So when we have no room to build outward we start to think upward. Now we want to build the image upward so it isnt so flat, look at the shape what do you see? How can you fill in the area to complete the image image? We can start by using the center shape my giving it some color and depth looking at it I immediately notice 3 v shapes, I start by defining the shape of the V and adding some color to the inside, following up I can start to see the image take place. as we start to notice the image looks a little flat I Begin by adding a shadow effect around the letter, this allows me to make the the letter beveled and gives it some three dimensional pop. Finally as we finish up the letter, having our shading outline the letters look rather dull. we can clean this up by using a white storke tool, to add some lighting flares to our letters, this will give them a little bit of shine and help bring the letters to life..
Since this is a draft we can move in a few directions, should we incorporate lighting flares to give the outline contours of a bird since it does in fact look like a bird swooping down, the red flares are the bird breaking through the sound barrier or some shit i guess... kinda like wind resistance lol. Or some kind of alien spaceship from galaga or something. 😂 even just the solid V's are awesome But anyway we do It I know it will turn out bad ass this I promise.
I quickly put this together to give you a visual representation. so measurements, alignments, lighting effects are not accurate.