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BRASIL x ARGENTINA


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#1 smyth

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 04:16 PM

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Does anyone know how can you do a logo like this? i mean you need a 3D software or just photoshop and A LOT of talent and experience? Btw, i love it!

#2 sharie

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 04:31 PM

It is a very cool looking logo. You can do this in both illustrator and photoshop. It takes quite a bit of work, gret deal of illustrator knowledge, huge amount of skill working with gradients and the mesh tool.

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#3 smyth

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 05:09 PM

It is a very cool looking logo. You can do this in both illustrator and photoshop. It takes quite a bit of work, gret deal of illustrator knowledge, huge amount of skill working with gradients and the mesh tool.


I've been looking for about 30 min. and i guess you're right. no 3D software needed. Gradients, some knowledge about making paint/liquid/splash feel, and probably the most important, when aproaching complex things, a pen sketch. I don't know for sure but something tells me that drawing on the paper before in the PC really improves your skills and results. Does anyone here on this site dares to redo this logo, but this time, Argentina x Brasil? :D.

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 05:13 PM

Learning the pen tool in illustrator is an absolute must if you use illustrator. This logo has a great deal of mesh tool used along with many layers of combination gradients and mesh.

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 09:23 PM

wow... this is one cool logo
I'm think it's raster and not vector

#6 sharie

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Posted 14 March 2010 - 09:56 PM

You have'nt seen what some can do with vector, there are some VERY realistic vector work out there. If you search through some of the forum threads here at DC you can see some of the most outstanding vector art I have ever seen. One thread I will try to find...it is a vector french horn, when you look at it all you can do is just go omg is that a vector, no way : )

found the thread

http://www.designcon...llustrator.html

there tons more examples of vector realism

wow... this is one cool logo
I'm think it's raster and not vector


Edited by sharie, 14 March 2010 - 10:18 PM.


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#7 XDesigns

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 03:38 PM

i think that is not 3D.... i dont know.... is great

#8 smyth

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 05:10 PM

but i'm thinking that i should give it a try .... i mean remaking it Argentina x Brasilia, in Corel. Hope i'll succed earlier than 2012... you never know :))

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Posted 17 March 2010 - 09:35 PM

I'm pretty sure this logo is photographic in nature, not 3D. It looks like some of the splash was refined in photoshop to give it more opaque and add some metallic sheen.

I know you can do a lot of wonderful realistic art with vectors, but in this case it just wouldn't make sense to go through all the trouble.

#10 manuso

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Posted 22 March 2010 - 08:16 AM

illustrator can do this. it really awasome logo

#11 tanu

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Posted 28 April 2010 - 07:25 PM

Liquefy in Ps i believe??? or else they could also have splashed water colors in real its like the same affect as Rihanas umbrella video(rock version)! he he

#12 quentinb

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Posted 02 May 2010 - 08:32 AM

It's an amazing logo yeah, but you don't need a 3D software to do it ;) working with gradient and mesh coulddo the same result ;)

#13 Rienone

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Posted 04 May 2010 - 01:03 PM

definitely raster. although you can do some cool 3d stuff with illustrator.

#14 pericleswerner

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Posted 07 May 2010 - 06:18 PM

illustrator really can do this, but u got to be very patient on working with those meshes

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Posted 07 May 2010 - 07:51 PM

depending on the life of the logo, it could just be raster. If it's for a one time event with minimal application, it'd make sense to just do it in photoshop.

Why take the time to make a logo like this with vectors, if you're only going to use it on the web and some print, you know?

Yes - it's ideal to have a logo in vector, but I've had clients that ONLY have their logos as raster .tif files and they've been using them that way for years.

#16 ammyrocks

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Posted 07 May 2010 - 11:36 PM

if we talk about stills then any 2d designing software can do this.....
Photoshop or illustrator or any other would do.

#17 sharie

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 12:02 AM

I'm still saying this was done in a vector program. I lookied up this logo and it was used on very large signs, so if it were raster the design file would be huge! Done as a vector the file wouldn't need to be huge. I would think most computers wouldn't be able to handle a file the sized needed to print as large as this file was used. But you never know until someone says I made this design as a ?

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#18 smyth

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Posted 08 May 2010 - 11:16 AM

jecrt is probably right. you don't always need a vecor. Acctually on this one i think a combination of raster and vector is the best. the logo was used with spectral neon also, and for that you need at least the overall shape. so you have the text and the contour of the splash vector, and the texture of the shape can be done raster. it's far more practical and easy. even with very large prints there should be no problem. large prints are usually made for outdoor usage, and they are not intended to be seen from short distances, wich means the resolution is not that big ( last summer i was in charge of handling a printer for outdoor prints, and 72 dpi usually its enough, if you're more than 2-3 meters away from the print, looks great). Indoor prints, like posters need a high resolution, but they are not that big in size.
Anyway, i was asking if using a 3D soft is better for other purpose. I mean yeah, now that i can see the final product i cand reproduce it, no matter the soft, but if someone just describes you the logo it's harder, you have to do a realistic splash.
if you have experience it's ok i guess, but if not, maybe computer helps. I never use 3D soft, so i don't know, can a 3D soft make that easy? or the work behind is at least as hard as using 2D design soft?




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