learning & listening
In 2008, I have made my first attempt to have made this as visually "convincing" as that of a final tangible; commercial product. Not tangible as in simply amateurly printed and placed inside jewel covers. But tangible enough as a concept as well as an idea.
My interest in graphic design are not always linear (although the essence and value of good and best design however, can be traced back to one linear core - intuition & discipline); and thus from this I'd like to take forth a journey completely where I have never gone before. That was terrain modelling & rendering.
More than a year spent in learning and self-training on two software packages (Terragen & Vue's, the latter of which became the platform of choice) as well as purchasing (yes, out of my own money) legit version upgrade as well as the necessary add-ons and modules - that journey was proven to be tough enough to bring anyone down to their knees. Dozens of hours of learning and watching tutorials, multiple dozens more in developing that idea to reality.
To elaborate upon the meaning of distance, I have tried to illustrates as much of the keywords "diversity" and "mother nature" into one composition. Whether it be landscapes; manmade or otherwise; along with two lone figures / characters - the man and the dog; which can be seen as a minute detail in the layout. However, to really connect all these diversity, there is one thing that we must not forget; everything of our own emotions, and conscience - is created out of history, science and space; which is where the "core" genesis of everything else therefore - are illustrated in the centre piece.
From conceptual illustration to photography
During the re-branding of the MOMENT project; I also have decided to take a major change in its' primary pictorial method of coverage. The purpose was to introduce as much of the logo's presence as possible; preferably against a pictorial canvas that is not too detailed or complex as to compete one another; but a well chosen photographic canvas that still relates well to the each title's subject and context.