Logo Design Tutorial – Video 6 – Business Card Design:
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Logo Design Tutorial – Video 6 Of 6 – Transcript:
In this video tutorial series, I’m going to show you the Entire Process of Logo Design from Sketching Logo concepts, to selecting the perfect fonts, to custom lettering in Adobe Illustrator, to complete logo design, and we’ll wrap it up designing a business card using our new logo.
Hi Guys. Vincent here,
Welcome to the final Video of my Logo Design Tutorial. In this video I’ll be will be designing a business Card design using our new logo.
If you missed any of the previous 5 videos, click on the links to check them out.
Thanks for watching.
Now we can create the business card design using our logo. I’m going to edit the tagline as per the client instructions. And in order to give it a little extra class, I’m going to add a shine to this logo to see how it looks. I already created a transparent gradient to overlay on top of the logo.
As always, I duplicate my work in case I need to go back.
Again, I like that red color. So now I create a 3.5” x 2” rectangle to start designing the business card. Now I can drop in some placeholder text, and a placeholder title and email. And of course I need to add the website address.[/vc_column_text][dt_gap height=”30″][vc_column_text]I want to keep this simple and elegant. An elegant read arc with the logo reversed just might work. By simply duplicating the Business card box and adding a point, you can create an elegant arc. Instead of having the shine on the logo itself, I think the shine on that shape is a better move. Then I can remove it from the logo.
That arc need something additional. Too much red, I need to add some black into this design. Clean up those points. I’m starting to like the look of this. By duplicating that line and altering the shape just slightly, I could connect those two, and fill it with black. That additional black shape makes all the difference. Add in some additional points.
I like the idea of ‘Flawless Events’ as the tagline. So I can always share this with the client to see what he has to say. I think I’d call this done and ready to present.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this video tutorial series. From Sketches, to Logo Design, to Business card design. If you’ve missed any of the previous videos, please see the links below. Subscribe to my Youtube channel if you like what you see, and also check out my blog: Your Creative Junkie.com.[/vc_column_text][dt_gap height=”30″][vc_column_text]Hi Guys. Vincent here,
This Logo Design Video Series is a wrap! In this tutorial, we covered Sketching out logo ideas, to finding the perfect fonts, to Vectorizing those sketches in Illustrator, and then we designed a business card using our new logo.
If you watched all 6 videos, rock on, and thank you very much. If not, check out the links below.
And Remember, Nothing Will EVER Work, Unless YOU Do.
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