Here is a video tutorial to bring you guys a really cool, if you were looking for any sort of tips or hints or tricks. Let’s just say if I had this video while I were trying to learn mascot designs, this would Have make it a million times easier.
You guys are really going to like these little tips because they’re pretty extensive.
This first tip here will really help you understand the world of mascot design:
- Making sure you have a defined line.
- Have a defined suggested molding of your actual mascot design.
- How should I add highlights
- Understanding of how mascots are really formulated.
Go ahead and Google any kind of mascot logo designs in Google Images. What you’re going to find is a certain color that you can definitely see is the darkest color in the actual mascot.
I would switch these colors so that I have a more finished product. I definitely also added some very simple shadows here and I made the nose more straight and got rid of all these weird little quirky curves. I went ahead rounded this off right.
Let’s add blue on the outside and add this very high saturated red on the enzyme.
He consists of two different shapes. He’s working with shapes and not lines. I’m going to change up the background color.
I went with a darker color that really didn’t show too much blue. I went with a surrounding reddish color since I wanted to make sure I kept it having that red color scheme because I don’t want to break away from the main console.
I’m going to change that to a lower saturated color. I’m going to add highlights and shadows. I’ll be a little more aggressive with progression a molding.
I didn’t actually get the color from the art board
I want make new layer. Let’s make it above the actual work line so that it stays visible above everything. let’s take this layer and just rasterize it.
Definitely missing the most important part of a mascot logo and it’s his housing. It looks like a turtle without a shell. Very awkward colors.