Posted onOctober 31, 2013
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As I am rather fond of laptop decals I decided to create some of my own for the Macbook Pro. I took some basic flat images from around the net and modified them (shadows effects, gradients etc) to my liking in order to generate the best possible decal. Rather than using stock images for the Macbook I created one from scratch, using 2D objects which I melded in order to create a realistic 3D template in which to showcase the designs. If you’d like to see some more designs or if you’d like me to create something specific let me know. Enjoy.
This is a concept design for the types of vinyl stickers you see plastered to skateboards, surfboards and cars. As a rule, these designs are limited to one or two colours (usually black or white) and are fairly easy to produce. These types of stickers are very popular with skateboarders and can be a great promotional tool for your brand.
Pictured above is a ‘template’ of Samsung’s S4. I will be using the phone template in future posts as a showcase for icon packs or user-interfaces that I may create. My S4 is an effective means of showing the user what the conceptualized creations may look like on the device, or any Android device for that matter, be it phone or tablet.
What better way to immortalize Walter White than with a beautiful vector graphic. This was an idea I was playing around with for a little while and will most likely do a few more characters from the show. Needless to say, I don’t own the rights to the characters but there’ll always be room for fan-art. Enjoy.
Though technically a 2D design, the use of gradients and reflections give this picture a nice sense of depth and perspective. ‘Hungry Pacman’ is a re-imaging of the classic arcade game Pacman ( パックマン Pakkuman
for the purists), with an emphasis on the four ghost enemies – Inky (transformed for eating), Blinky, Pinky & Clyde.