My “still maturing” attempt in Digital Painting featuring Marceline from Adventure Time.
Introducing Ditto, another of my entry for my envisioned mobile concept. This time though, its more of a visual aid rather than a smart phone.
My bad for including the introductory within the images, therefore let me restate them as captions.
This one concept is just for fun – to unlock it you have to scan something you used to lock it (e.g. smile, eyes, not-only-body-parts, stuff, private stuff – you get the point and the endless possibilities of anything creepy and obscene).
And to scale its actual size –
Thank you and enjoy imagining what you can do with this and every other possibility you can add for furthering this concept.
My first concept of a tablet – which, I’ll admit now, is void of colors except monochromatic grayscale. So just sit back and enjoy the elegance of grayscale.
*note: not to scale. Ok you can, since the foremost image portrays its scale.
I really like Limbo, which I hope comes out as a pre/sequel for a mobile.
Ironically, although I’ve based the moniker of my mobile to the font, Impact – I just found no elegance in it, thereby changing the font I used for it while retaining the name. Now it has both the heavy-sounding name while retaining its elegance.
In the end, its a misnomer, with style.
Thank you! And I hope you don’t lose your love for grayscale.
A (finally) freshly made self-branding studies after my own moniker due to inspiration. I really do plan on making this my formal branding though I may have to revise it soon as I continue to explore my own creativity, creativity itself and its endlessness.
I focused on making it simple and clean. And I want to make more collaterals for my creative brand. Hope you enjoyed!
Spoiler alert: no real sample product is made as of yet
This product concept originated during my college years in which we were tasked to think of a product, give it unique characteristics which will help it compete in its market niche, and make a brand along with a tagline out of it.
At that time, I was only thinking of weird (ok, insanely crazy) products that might probably exist on our market by 2020 – which of course, me and my classmates made fun of such as…ok I honestly forgot about those things. Anyway. I heard a thud followed by a piercing scream of a man who I thought got hit in his balls. Indeed there was a huge guy hit on his balls and was kneeling agonizingly. That’s when I thought, when did briefs got some almighty blessing that made it actually unique aside from adding sex appeal or becoming diaper-like protection for grown men’s manhood?
Now what I thought of was a brief that could provide great protection for your balls (ok, by this time,I know this sounds unprofessional, but I’d rather call balls by its layman’s term – balls, rather than its scientific term). So I got into thinking the similarities between the manhood and the sword; the brief and the sheath. The resulting brand name was this: Scabbard – sounds quite intimidating and satisfyingly bad-ass.
The tagline, as I thought of, made it similar the tone of Pony’s “Let’s Get It On!” tagline – in which as if the tagline’s directly talking to the target market, the men.
I love designing especially when babies/children are my clients – well actually, their parents are. There are charms among what you do when you do it for them. I’m not yet a parent but I understand that’s how most parents feel – inspired.
Spoiler though: my works aren’t ads, just simple invitation, banners, and stuff.
Image credit to: mommyish.com