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Discussion in 'Logo Design & Brand Identity Forum:' started by -eddie-, Nov 23, 2010.

  1. -eddie-

    -eddie- Junior Member

    Hi,

    Im new to these forums, and would really appreciate some help.

    Im a uni student who has been given the task of producing a poster which shows a product we had designed.

    So my problem is how to get a decent background for the poster? I would like to have the product sitting on a 'surface', maybe a table, or kitchen worktop, or just a plain surface like the one below. How should I go about creating something like this?

    http://oldshoes.ru/files/gimgs/16_kkk1.jpg

    Thanks alot for your help
    ed.
     
  2. rossnorthernunion

    rossnorthernunion Senior Member

    1. Find the background you want 'maybe a table, or kitchen worktop, or just a plain surface'

    2. Get a camera.

    3. Take a picture.

    4. Use picture in Photoshop (or similar).

    5. Do some work using image taken on camera to desired effect.

    6. Press print.
     
  3. TomHolmes

    TomHolmes Junior Member

    To do something like the picture you posted, get a big sheet of paper, tape the top to the wall, then let it gently curve onto the floor.
     
  4. Levi

    Levi Moderator Staff Member

    um... hows the product being produced?

    Actual model, cad render, hand render... it makes a huge difference as to how you produce that image...
     

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