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3D Lettering - Pattern on extruded areas

Discussion in 'Graphic Design Forum:' started by Chris Baker, Jul 22, 2016.

  1. Chris Baker

    Chris Baker New Member

    Hi all,

    Just wondering if anyone knows how you'd go about creating a similar effect to the one in the attached image.

    Namely the 'brick' style pattern which follows the curve of extruded lettering.

    Any advice or pointers would be much appreciated!

    Apologies if the description isn't clear enough.

    Thanks,

    Chris
     

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  2. hankscorpio

    hankscorpio Moderator Staff Member

    I may be wrong but that looks like it's hand drawn.
     
  3. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    I could probably replicate similar in a 3D program but I'd go with hand drawn too. It would also have been useful to have seen the whole image :)
     
  4. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

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  5. Athos

    Athos Member

    Amazing work :eek:!! Add to my favorite, thanks Paul!
     
  6. Chris Baker

    Chris Baker New Member

    Thanks for the replies everyone.

    I first thought that the style might be replicated using patterns and mesh's, but couldn't figure out how.

    Hand drawn certainly makes sense and makes me appreciate the skill of Luke Lucas even more!

    The full piece of work is attached and his behance portfolio can be found here: https://www.behance.net/Luke_Lucas

    Thanks!

    Chris
     

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  7. scotty

    scotty Well-Known Member

    Pretty awesome work.

    The "brick" effect may have been made using a 'blend' in Illustrator.
    I'd ask the guy if you're curious.
    I'm kind of curious now. o_O
     
  8. Wardy

    Wardy Active Member

    No way that's hand-drawn, not in this day and age. If it was, why? It would take ages. I'm guessing
    a small part was maybe hand-drawn, but then taken into Photoshop and/or Illustrator and worked on.
     
  9. hankscorpio

    hankscorpio Moderator Staff Member

    I'm not saying it was - but after watching this video - anything is possible!

     
  10. Paul Murray

    Paul Murray Moderator Staff Member

    Creating the vector artwork looks more painstaking than the initial hand-drawing stage!
     

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