Previous Designs: 3D Modelling
- Hive Logo
- Build-it Community Logo
- Gems Community Logo
- Natural Medicine Community Logo
- Rubik's Cube
- Chain and Lock
- Fan Blade
- Bolt and Nut
- Soccer Ball
- Rhombic Triacontahedron
- Hive Inspired Rims
- Hive Inspired Tires
Let's have another 3D logo remodeling guide today. So far I have made few attempts in creating 3D design logos of some hive communities. I have featured the @build-it logo, the gems community and lotus plant of @natural-medicine. If you want to take a look at them, you can check on those links above.
There are a lot of interesting logos I want to make in 3D form but this time, I am featuring the @hivewatchers logo and will add some illumination effect as a new feature of my design.
The funny thing happened was that my laptop crash during the process of rendering. So the outcome might not be as smooth as you expected on my rendered files below. But anyway, let me discuss the process.
The process is very simply. I just trace the logo of the hivewatchers in half. I do it in half because I can just use the mirror tool after to save some time in tracing.
Always, don't forget to apply join tool to close the region bounded by those lines.
Then extrude the figures into acceptable width.
Apply colors and materials. And for this design, I added an illumination effect to the eye figure of the logo.
Then next, create the housing of the logo. As you can observe on the hivewatchers logo, you can see this figure below.
So to be more creative, I made it as a housing of an owl or the main figure.
The process is also simply, just create a hollow type cylindrical solid and make a hole similar to the 2 hexagon figures above.
Then apply materials. I chose the English oak wood material for the housing.
Then lastly, place the logo inside the housing. Now, you're ready to render the design.
Below are my rendered files both in 300 dpi. But as you can see, they don't seemed in 300 DPI format. It's because my laptop crashed. LOL!
Stay tuned for more 3D Designs.
"best of time"