Graffiti paint that pools into logo technique.
by Thomas Brigantino on Jan 5, 2017 at 12:36:46 pm
I was wondering what you would suggest to:
1. Creating realistic graffiti on a wall surface from a static state, already on the wall and not being actually sprayed on.
2. Realistically having that surface paint move and pool inward organically.
3. Eventually to take shape into a business logo that also looks as on the surface of the wall.
I am thinking this may involve others applications for best results and would love to know what they might be.
Re: Graffiti paint that pools into logo technique. by Greg Gesch on Jan 6, 2017 at 1:48:09 am
Hi Thomas, really depends on what sort of graffiti on what sort of wall. Spray on brick? Marker on chipboard? And if the logo is the same style? I would probably create the graffiti and logo in Photoshop (better paint styles and tools). Then it depends what you mean by "realistically" move and pool (I've never seen that in real life) however if you have a vision in your head you might look up "morphing" and see if that does it for you. There are programs which do it, or you can do it within After Effects.