A double plate 3D Logo design I did for X-Men 2, with some mild pitting in the scratched steel face.
A glass plate with a heavy bevel and a thin metal plate on top for this X-Men 2 Log I did back a decade ago.
The top X-Men 3D Logo objects have a heavy thick bevel and the holding device has about half as much. Sitting on a gloss black surface.
Here I did a hollow face logo for X-Men, with a very big bevel in a warm environment for lighting.
Here is a deep extrusion coming up from infinity to reveal the above logo with a much deeper holding post.
A solid two plate design with the X objects pulled out from a bit in 3D space for this X-Men 3D Logo.
For this alternate I revered the type move and put the "2" out front, I also then cut out the insides to make a deep pocket in there for heavy shadows on a simple x, and a 2.
X-Men 2: PART III
3D Logo Designs from a Single Vector File
Client: 20th Century Fox Via BLT and Associates.
Art Director: Zack Ris
Date: Spring 2001
I had well over 200 logos I did for X-Men 2 from a decade back now, when I was an in-house 3D Designer over at BLT and Associates, and today I have details on one sub-set all based on a single Vector file.
Part of what was great over at BLT, was that an Art Director would give me a single vector file designed in 2D, and also give me plenty of design space to create a dozen solves, not just one.
Since I am versed in 3D design space,and most importantly, I was taught to think in three dimensions via my Industrial Design Degree from A.C.C.D., I always see a flat vector in multiple solves at delivery in 3D. I usually drop a few suggestions to an Art Director, but typically I do just one design for each logo, but here on X-Men 2, I had time to do about twelve per vector file.
I will be posting a few more solves from other vectors in the future for this X-Men 2 series I have here on my design blog.
You can view PART I here and PART II here, or you can search the blog using X-Men to see my X-Men 3, and First Class stuff as well.