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I think that particular image may have been generated by a 3D application. Which one is your choice. Illustrator can do this to a degree, but it won't easily create the depth of the bump texture. You have to kind of fake it. Draw a couple random paths.... Select both paths and choose Object > Blend > Make from the menu. Then choose Object > ...


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I would just model the wire as a cylinder, then UV unwrap using a cylinder unwrap - then create a tileable texture of the diagonal striped cable


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Your reference image is a an example of a logo that uses the flat style. The shapes that make up the logo are very simple but the use of gradients gives them the perception of depth. There are different ways to achieve this effect with Illustrator. One would be to start with a base shape like a square. Then start layering additional shapes of varying ...


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A new MacBook Pro should have 16 GB of RAM fitted but depending on the Graphics settings you could be using a chunk of that for display memory and you might have other processes running which are consuming more RAM and processing power. The other question is how many vertexes are in your model, a glass and bottle are likely to be excessively smoothed, (it ...


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Essentially, our brains are programmed from year's of usage to perceive depth through the use of shadows first and scale second. Your logo doesn't have any shadow in it. As a result its ambiguous if the "tri-color core" is going inwards, outwards, or harder to see but could also be a flat shape. The circle is just a circle. To ensure all viewers perceive it ...


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I think your logo looks alright. The name with the logo fits well too. Don't take all feedback seriously, some people want to see gradients and drop shadows everywhere and maybe they expect to see the sphere with that kind of light. But your logo will be easy to use for printing and anything. The colors you chose are nice too. You can choose to ignore the ...


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There are a number of software suits that are used in the animation industry to assist in 2d animation. Two that are most commonly used and have been used by dozens of big animation studios including Disney and Nickelodeon are Toon Boom Animate and Anime Studio. Programs like this allow you to break up each model into individual parts - separate limbs and ...



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