Illustrator Daily Creative Challenge (May 11 - May 22)
Building Illustrator skills in 9 space-themed challenges.
Day 1 - Spaceship Icon
Approach: I found a spaceship online which looks very cool and I decide to make it as an icon.
Image link: https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2018/09/18/PBRE/de0dcc9c-2d01-46e4-92b4-584807e1ffa0-Screen_Shot_2018-09-18_at_00.40.05.png?crop=3792,2133,x0,y139&width=3200&height=1680&fit=bounds (Accessed on 16 May 2020)
Day 2 - Solar system Map
Approach: I want to show the solar system as a map and clearly layout with their planets’ path.
Day 3 - Control Panel
Approach: I enjoy making futuristic graphics and turns out making a futuristic vision in the year of 2052.
Day 4 - Logo
Approach: I’ve been using similar colours across the previous challenges and I continue to use those colour palettes and create different logo variations.
Day 5 - Star Chart
Approach: When we are all have been staying at home during the pandemic, we could not travel anywhere, so I imagined to see a house in the star chart in the sky.
Day 6 - Galaxy Illustration
Approach: With the world is changing at the moment, I imagine what the galaxy may look like in the universe of 2052 and exploration becomes the main element of the design.
Day 7 - Moon Chart
Approach: Just keep using my neon blue colour tone to represent the moon phases.
Day 8 - Black Hole
Approach: To align with the colour and glowing effects used across this series, I immediately think of making the black hole as an electricfied hole.
Day 9 - Travel Log
Approach: Combining my Day 2 (Solar System Map) and Day 7 (Galaxy Illustration), my final travel log invite passangers to travel to the new galaxy beyond the solar system that we know.
A big heart thanks to Andrew Hochradel for hosting this inspiring space-themed illustrator daily creative challenge. And all the feedback and comments in the Discord!