What Cody was Looking For
Cody is a music producer and DJ from San Bernadino county, California. For his logo, he asked for a pale blue zombie head with white eyes and electricity flowing through the head like veins. He wanted the head to be detailed and as angry and ferocious as possible…And he definitely got what he asked for from Ismet!
We asked Ismet about himself and how he found working on the project:
“I was born, raised and still living in Istanbul Turkey. I studied Industrial Product Design in Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University. Before I graduate I started working as a concept artist for PC games, designing characters, weapons, scenes and similar objects. I was always fascinated by 20th Century military history, aviation, fantasy literature, video games and science fiction. Since my first in house job, I worked as product designer, graphic designer, illustrator and concept artist both in house and free-lance, for different companies and private commission clients. I have a few different generation and versions of Wacom products and I enjoy using their tablets generally with Adobe sofware, mainly Photoshop. I also do real media airbrush work such as customised RC racing car bodies, personalised objects like headphones, scale models. I also play bass for the past 21 years with different bands. Not professionally of course.
On my new days on Twine I was browsing through the briefs. I came across one describing a zombie head with an angry expression and lightning going through it. That sounded promising and before pitching I decided to have a quick sketch. It is a kind of thing I do for fun since my teenage days anyways. So I worked on a simple prototype and sent it as a pitch to the project with note says “Something like this?”. The owner of the project responded quickly stating it is not exactly what he had in mind but he definitely liked the style. He sent me a sketch he made so I redrew the head with described features and details. After a few variations and alternative details he was happy. I sized and packed in the sufficient workable format and sent it to him.”
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