Taking gaming screenshots and turning these screenshots into unique works of art or digital design is not always an easy task. However, it sometimes presents unique opportunities for creativity within the digital arts.
Artificial Intelligence is a hot topic these days with constant advancements being made in this field. With that said, below are some of our new artificial intelligence designs:
In a previous post, I talked about some multimedia ideas and shared some gaming-like designs I came up with. However, I kept working on different ideas using those as a base and came upon another design idea related to virtual reality or VR.
I have created a nee infographic using my own assets in terms of written content and graphics. If you take a look you will notice that it can be almost seen as a portfolio of my grqphic drsigns as I used many of them within it. I also designed the original layout along with some of the vector shapes on the iPad using the recently-released Illustrator app.
I have been working on new graphic designs and illustrations using Adobe Illustrator on iPad recently. Some of these designs include a previous raster image I used as backdrop with new objects done in vector and put within a scene. Others, are entirely vector from start to finish.
Sketching or illustrating humans is never an easy task, especially doing it purely on a tablet from inception and not just tracing or scanning an image onto a device. It is not easy getting fingers right, grips with the hand, shading, body proportions and many other cafeats, hence why abstract and Picasso style illustrations are popular and all the rage now.
I have some new color and monochrome digital illustration design ideas I created entirely on my iPad designed by rewl landscape scenery I recently observed. Below are some of these results. Keep in mind, that it was created in monochrome on an iPad, and most of the versions have no to little color.
I have been working on more simple animation graphics as well as combining either photography or other media with my graphic design. Here are some of those samples:
As you may know from the last blog post if you have read it, there is a new video trailer available showing my new pixel art work. However, I only focused on a gameboy-like user interface in the last blog post and did not have a chance to showcase the latest work. I will do so here.
I have been working on pixel art lately and today I created these a retro console-like or to be more specific a Gameboy-like system's user interface (UI) with a game playing within it: