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Original By: DC comics Traced By: Kevin Leifker
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THE FLASH How I did it.
This design was created by, using the adobe illustrator software. The tools that were used in the process were the white and black arrows. I used these tools by making a more round corner and to fix any mistakes that I made. The first step was to trace out the original logo found on the Internet. Then fix all of the mistakes using the white arrow.
Why I did it?
I traced out the DC comic book hero flash because The Flash is one of my favorite heroes, and I just wanted people to know about it. Also I really like the color combination that was used in this logo.
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By: Kevin Leifekr
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Why it is organized this way?
I organized this painting this way for a particular reason. The reason is because I have dyslexia and I wanted to show people how it can be difficult to determine words and letters. Also it can mix up the order the letters in words. I feel that people do not understand that this is a real thing and people do not understand what it feels to have this learning disability. With this art I feel it communicates that it can be difficult to determine what letters go were.
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Original By: University Of Notre Dame Traced By: Kevin Leifker
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Notre Dame Clover Why I did it?
I choice to trace this logo because I have nothing, but respect to the Notre Dame football program. In fact, my dream was always to be able play football at Notre Dame because there is a tradition of winning there. Tracing this logo is a way to show that respect and to communicate a dream of mine that I had when since I was a little kid.
How I did It?
This logo was tricky to trace because of the layers and the curved lines. I feel that I accomplished the goal of tracing the logo and got my message across. In order to do this, I used the Adobe illustrator software and the tools available to me. These tools were the White and black arrow, I used these to fix the mistakes I made and changed the degree of the angel.
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By Kevin Leifker
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PUT IT OUT Why this layout?
I organized this logo this way because I wanted to make a logo that communicated that this is a smoke free zone. I also wanted to add a little humor because laughter makes everything better. I choice to use a squirt bottle to put the cigarette out because it was original and I think it will make people laugh. I put the logo in the shape of a stop sign so right away people no that this is a smoke free area.
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Original By: The Chicago White Sox Traced By: Kevin Leifker
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Why I choose this one I chose the old fashion Chicago White Sox logo because in my opinion this is the best logo in sports. I like the color combinations of white and blue.
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Sunflower in the sky. Extra Information!
I designed this sunflower with different color petals because the sun was reflecting of each other differently. I used the darker yellow to show that the sun is not shining directly on the petal. The lighter yellow is to show that the sun is directly on that part of the flower. This follower has a complementary color scheme because it has colors that are opposite each other on the coloorwheel. That is the blue and yellow.
By: Kevin Leifker
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A Green Leaf How I Did this
I did this by using only the color green. I just used different kind of shades. For the background I attempted to make it look more difficult to determine what it is because that gives the front leaf more power.
By: Kevin Leifker
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By: Kevin Leifker
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Garden This is how I did it.
For this drawing I drew analogous drawing of a flow patch. I first drew the leaves and flower that stood out to me and made that the main part of my drawing. I then picked colors that most accurately reflect what the picture I have received form my professor shown. I then colored in the different shades of yellow and green. Then drew in the small detail that made it look like a follower. I then switched to the background and made it difficult to tell what it is but most people can assume that it is a flower and leaves. In order to accomplish this used a Mac book computer, a Wacom tablet and pen, the paint brush tool, and the Illustrator software with the paint brush tool.
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Tea Cup How I did it
This was done by doing a line drawing and tracing over the lines with different shades of gray, white and, black. This gives the viewers of my drawing that there are darker and lighter shadows. For this project, I used a Wacom tablet and pen, illustrator, the brush tool, a Mac computer tea cup, and a light.
What the shades mean!
The darker the shades the less light is hitting it. I communicated this by making it a darker gray or if there is light it would be light gray or white. As you can see the darker colors are inside of the tea cup this is because the angle of the light. And the light was hitting the front of the cup more than the back of the cup.
BY: Kevion Leifker
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Tea Pot How I did it
This was done by doing a line drawing and tracing over the lines with different shades of gray, white and, black. This gives the viewers of my drawing that there are darker and lighter shadows. For this project, I used a Wacom tablet and pen, illustrator, the brush tool, a
What the shades mean!
The darker the shades the less light is hitting it. I communicated this by making it a darker gray or if there is light it would be light gray or white. As you can see the darker colors are inside of the tea cup this is because the angle of the light. And the light was hitting the front of the cup more than the back of the cup. By Kevin Leifker
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Bells My goal for this assignment.
My goal for this was to have the lines that do not touch and have good spacing. I accomplished this by drawing the bells over and over again. Doing this gave me more bells to hand in for my final project. This also made me better at getting the shape of the bell instead of it looking like a charismas tree. Getting the perfect shape of the bell was difficult to accomplish. To create these drawings, I used a stylistâ€™s pen, Wacom tablet, Illustrator, and the paint brush tool on Illustrator. By: Kevin Leifker
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Wine bottles The path I took.
These drawings are three horizontal drawings are Wine bottles I did this by stacking horizontal lines on top of each other. I attempted to have the bottom 3/4 of the bottle be bigger than then the top 1/4 of the bottle. This was difficult because it was hard to find the correct proportion of the handle and the base of the bottle. For the vertical lines, I attempted to create a Wine bottle of the three technics this was the easiest to create because it was just draw two or three big lines all the way to the bottom followed by a few lines that were a little smaller. This one was also easier because it was easier to capture the shape of the bottle. To create this drawing I used a stylistâ€™s pen, Wacom tablet, Illustrator, and the paint brush.
By: Kevin Leifker
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How I did it.
I did this design by using only 10 straight lines that do not touch. The lines were eye bald to the same distance apart from each other. In order to give this object the shape of a TV I Had to have some lines end sooner and some be longer. By: Kevin Leifker
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Sxu Quits The reasoning
I designed a tobacco free campus logo because I wanted to communicate that Saint Xavier University is a smoke free campus. The general shape of my logo is and X because when people see a X they assume that they are doing something wrong. I then put the X in shape of cigarettes because that is what is being banded. I threw in the say tobacco free so that the logo message will not be difficult to understand.
By: Kevin Leifker
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Original: the creator of snap chat Traced by: Kevin Leifker
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Snap Chat Why I designed it
I picked to design a Snap Chat logo because this is how I communicate to others. I send pictures of what I am doing and comment other peopleâ€™s pictures. Tracing the Snap Chat logo is a way to communicate this to everyone. I did this by taking an original copy and adjusting the lines I traced over it with the white and black arrow. I did the logo layer by layer starting with the yellow and ending with the white.
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MLB The history of baseball in my life
Throughout my life I followed Major League Baseball. I watched at least one game a day if I was not playing baseball. Baseball is my favorite sport to watch so that is why I take pride in tracing this logo.
How I did It.
I did this by tracing over the original logo one layer at a time. This one was difficult because there are a few tight corners that I need to get all the detail correct.
Original By: MLB Traced By: Kevin Leifker
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Original By: DC comics
Traced by: Kevin Leifker
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The Batman Why I chose this logo?
I picked to trace the batman logo because I love super heroes and batman is one of my favorites. I also like the logo itself. This is because the color combination really catches my eye. The yellow and black really sends the message that this is a dark comic book character. The logo also informs the person who looks at it that this is going to be about some kind of vigilantly because of the batt body and the human head.
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Under Armor Why I picked it?
I wanted to trace the Under-Armor logo because I wear their sportswear for almost all of my games. I just love the feel of the skin-tight feeling of their cloths.
The steps I took
For this design, I traced out the logo from the one I found on the internet. Then I went back and fixed up the lines that were out of place to make it look similar to the original logo.
Original By: Under Armor Traces By: Kevin Leifker
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Vertical bottles Behind the scenes
For the vertical lines, I attempted to create a Wine bottle of the three technics this was the easiest to create because it was just draw two or three big lines all the way to the bottom followed by a few lines that were a little smaller. This one was also easier because it was easier to By: Kevin Leifker
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