Friday, October 1, 2010

Project Review: Beowulf 2007

A 3D Logo designed by myself in Stone.

Here is the above logo in bronze with a smoothed out surface and taper added in thickness.

A Logo with type supplied by Calvin Sumler for Print and AV use.

Here is that same Logo above with a convex bend applied to the length.

A slimmed version of the above logo smoothed out and straightened.

A rough Logo version done for Calvin Sumler.

Another great Logo designed by Calvin Sumler that I made into a 3D Logo out of Bronze.

A fun Logo designed by Chad Robertson for a 3D Single Point Bevel look.

An inlay design put into the face surface of a Chad Robertson Logo design.


Client:Paramount Pictures via The Cimarron Group.
Art Director(s): Chad Robertson, Calvin Sumler
Project Date: Spring 2005.

I helped do a full set of 3D Logos for Beowulf in the Spring of 2005, and this project was a perfect fit for some "Single Point Bevels" metal text treatments in 3D.

I did a full set of various logos for Art Directors Chad Robertson, and Calvin Sumler. The Logos were to be used by Roland Mesa in his AV group at Cimarron first, then we did a few for print.

The project moved on and nothing we did was used ultimately though it was fun project and subject matter to lay my hands on.

Cheers, THOM

1 comment:

  1. How did you make these? What software did you use? What tools, what modifiers? How did you manipulate the curves to look that way?
    I've been trying to make a similar-looking beveled 3D logo, but I've been struggling to get that smooth bevel, with the result instead being overly sharp and ugly. Can you help please?