A lot of people keep asking me how I make my grid on logo designs. So I'm making this shot to sort of explain how and why I make it. This actually isn't a tutorial, but show part of the process, and I think anyone will understand.
All the process was made on Adobe Illustrator CS6, but you can for sure make it on any other version. I'll post soon more shots from this project, so keep tuned!
I hope you like it, and comment/like :)
about 1 year ago
A lot people like me hehe. Creating logos is a beautiful process. It's for a client?
Yes, @George! Client work, with a lot of collateral work as well, so the further posts must have some more nice stuff! :)
Nicely done, Breno, can't wait to see more.
always a treat to your stuff in progress.
This is really nice, thanks for sharing a little of the process.
love simplicity here:)
nice one Breno! very nice
Great work, BB.
so nice and clean logo! and thanks for that awesome animation of the progress!! Do you actually start with the circles or do u have an idea or sketch made earlier? And do you make random circles at first and experimenting a lot or how can I imagine your workflow?
Hey, @Max. In fact I use the circles to make all curves more cleaner, so for each curve I need to use some combination of circles basically. I'm planning to make a post explaining this as well, but is pretty simple man, just a combination of circles to replicate the actual sketch curve but more geometrically. :)
Awe, you're such a nice guy.
I hope that is not irony, @Kevin Burr :DDDD
Great work! Excelente, Breno! :D
Haha, not at all, @Breno Bitencourt . I love it when people are transparent with their process. :-D
Nice! Very Nice!
Your process is just completely awesome. I really love how smooth the curves are when created and one day I hope I can reach this level of technique, srsly!
20 days ago
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