I think I would definitely enjoy doing some tutorials for you guys. I know I did the one from before, but I wanted to do something a little more traditional as well. Maybe in the future I’ll throw together some more Illustrator things, possibly Photoshop, hell, maybe even InDesign, if you’d like (definitely let me know if you’d like to see anything specific down in the comments). At some point, I would also love to add in more about Android/iOS App design, Website Design, and maybe touch on Logo development as well. I’m not too sure just yet. I think I’ll probably just start documenting any of my future projects, from here on, just to make sure you guys see the process as well as the final product.
The Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) has long been the place for video game development companies to release the most exciting news they can muster. Some years, E3 is a little less exciting (like when Microsoft’s Xbox One announcement left gamers less than pleased back in 2013, or when they responded to concerns about the One by saying “we have a product for people … it’s called the Xbox 360”), but other years (like now), development companies pull out all of their “big guns”. At E3 2015, so far, we have three of the four biggest “mythical” releases announced, as Square-Enix just announced the extremely long-awaited, and often teased Final Fantasy VII Remake on the PS4.
So far, my posts have only been about Science or, whatever, but I’ve thus far not included art, which is one of the main things I’d like to bring to this blog. So, since I’m sure one of the first things people will see when they come to this site is my logo, I thought I’d address how to make that icon, which could also be used for social media, or branding. Say you wanted a fun, personalized Twitter Icon? Well, there it is, and I’m going to show you how to (hopefully) make one for yourself.