The Logo design was not really hard for me to think of a brand name or an app name because you could do your brand as simple as it is so you can make any brand you want. I used the pen, knife, eclipse, and eyedropper tools. The most frustrating is that it was kinda hard to think of three different ways to do the logo design because I could only think of 2. I tried asking the teacher for advice and somehow did the third design.
The 3 logos
I made the diet water logo by thinking of something stupid because all drinkable water is diet water. The logo doesn't really represent me but I guess it shows my "creativity." I like the logo below because it looks much better than the other 2 and it looks like an actual logo that can be on a water bottle. I made the shapes from taking examples from google(didn't trace) which was helpful.
The Logo I choose
I learned what RGB stands for. RBG is Red, blue, and green. The color depends from the changing of RGB. I used the number/letter code that is used in front of the RGB place. I was asked to choose colors and check the RBG of them. I choose a color then I check the RGB which was below the color and put it under the shapes. I am proud of how the assignments turned out.
Typography is the style/font of words. You can use typography to convey a feeling/expression. Using different fonts/styles would give the audience different opinions like if you have cursive style on a Caution!! bill board then it will be extremely to read caution or the message. Serif, Sans Serif, Monospaced, Script or Handwritten, and Display are the five fonts we learned in class.
I was asked to use 5 fonts so I used: Edition = Serif, Edition = Sans serif, JetBrains Mono = Monospaced, Major Mano Display = Handwritten, Syne Mono = Display fonts to do my typeface comparison assignment. They wanted me to use 1 word so I choose ok....
The instructions wanted me to get 20 words and 10 fonts on an A4 size document. I put 20 words and 10 fonts, so 2 words per 1 font.
I learned many things about the pen tool. I learned that you can click hold and drag the pen tool to get a curved line. When you want to change the direction the next line is going to, you don't need to make a new pen dot, instead you could just "opt" and drag and release the curved line you made to change the direction. I also learned how to mask an object. Masking an object help cover/cut the parts you don't need, it can also add colored shapes to get a different color for the shape/object.
Pen tool Summative
Imagine being in a raft, and suddenly Kong and Monke appear!!
Image links: Kong, Background, Monke
I was kinda frustrated because I couldn't cut/mask the images too well, so I just tried my best.
This looks beautiful and peaceful, I like things to be peaceful so its meaningful to me. I don't know if it's true but I heard my parents saying that my names "Shashank" means "Moon".
I learned how to group things together and how to make the shapes go beneath and above a shape. I also learned how to use alignment tools to make my work look neat.
I learned how to use the fill option so I can fill the shape with a color. I also learned to make the border go out, in, and center. I learned how to use the align option. I can now use transparency to make my shapes either see-through or "unsee"-through.
I learned to use Sub-select and pen/path which were very useful in creating shapes. I also learned how to multi-select the anchor points. Overall, it was fun and I learned a lot.