Fast, Easier and Effective Approach to the Fabrication of a 3D Logo from a 2D Concept


Authors : Agyeman, K. K.; Quaye, H. A.; Clement F. A.; Ofori, S. K. D

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 3 - March

Google Scholar : https://goo.gl/DF9R4u

There are different ways of executing two dimensional (2D) logos into three dimensional (3D) concepts in metals. However, most of these approaches may be painstaking as well as material intensive. In this regard this paper demonstrates the use of metals in the execution of a 3D logo from a 2D format using a simpler approach. In this regard, a logo was chosen randomly, analysed and further elaborated with 3D software (Rhinoceros). The research drew a construction plan with mild steel as the base material. To this effect the plan was blown to actual size, followed by subsequent development of templates. The templates led to the production and assembling of the members to achieve the 3D logo. The members of the logo were mounted by rod projections. The logo was further treated in the colours of the logo. The result of which is a relief logo in the “off the wall fashion” in the blooming colours of the sampled logo. The logo was mounted on a mock wall and framed.

Keywords : Logo, Three Dimensional Logo, Two Dimensional Logo, Metal Technique, Fabrication.

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