Here is another concept I came up using Illustrator. I brought the previous image created on iPad that was in a bitmap format (Jpeg actually) into my Macbook Air’s Illustrator and traced it then crystalized the background and added another bird object.
I think it is turning out interesting and I may update this blog post as I keep working on it in Illustrator or create a new one:
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I also have versions like this without the VR wording. However, here are some further concepts I came up with patchwork effects added to the background and some effects within the lettering:
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Finally I’ve decided to change the logo text nd add something to it:
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I enjoy this type of manipulation of bitmap images I created from scratch on iPad or ones I used bitmap effects with. Then inputting it into Illustrator for further work. I think I will continue to work on this concept and the lettering or logo ideas. I also like the idea of creating gaming concept art or cover art.
Speaking of which, my other site, Artistic Counterculture, already has a new logo I created from scratch on my iPad for it. Some of my new images without the text:
And here is another idea in progress from the same original bitmap work put into Illustrator and traced:
With the topic of AI big now adays, with machine learning making huge strides as I described here, I was inspired to continue my advances into Illustrator learning by doing a vector project about machine learning technology. There are so many different ways to represent AI and so many possible interpretations and variations, that all I had a robot concept in mind. Then I went from there.
I really like Vector art and shapes because they convey a different meaning than raster or hand-drawn artwork. They are more machine like or artificial shapes, but no less interesting and beautiful. It is a great skill being able to produce good raster and vector content (both Photoshop and Illustrator) in conjuncion by combining works across both apps doing production.
Illustrator is interesting because it has included symbols in its package as I have includes in the image below — the icons on clouds specifically. However, it also has various brush tools available (despite being a vector software) like the patchwork I have showing around the machine learning messages. There are also interesting tools to use like the knife, which I used to cut around the circles of the robot to make an arc below the head.
Below is the original image in Illustrator, however I noticed a typo in the bottom phrase where I had L in capitals after A in the word all. So I just inputed my work into Art Studio for iPad, cleaned up the l by removing edges, and decided to add some other raster work onto it with some sharpening, burn and blur effects and such making the world and robot more disfunctional in nature:
I decided to esperiment with this one below by adding the robotic object from Illustrator into Art Studio with an iPad I created from scratch, my photograph of TVs in background of a club and a hand-drawn piece from a pastel collage I also did all I to this padkage with multiple variations:
Some other varistions below with different spin: