Believe it or not, there’s an art to cropping larger images properly and in a way that doesn’t make the image look…well…rubbish. In this post I’m going to talk about the aesthetics of well composed images and the importance of cropping to the strengths of the image.
Pretty damn cold at the moment so I thought I’d create a vector and bitmap combined image to represent the season!
A fantasy styled composition of clouds, stars and a rainbow.
This was our first logo created using a combination of Illustrator and Photoshop. We were aiming for a sort of cutout, layered look using gradients and drop-shadows.
This is my boy drawn in vector. And the original image I used below.
Experiment using some grungy brushes and patterns. Kinda reminds us of the Top Gun logo.
We used to use this image to indicate a lack of work in certain areas of our old site. Thankfully we no longer have a use for it :)
Vector illustration of some friends using Adobe Illustrator.
A vivid, lively neon effect created using a mixture of colours, lines and differing opacities. Inspired by the Color Charge website and using elements of the ‘Bokeh’ effect.