Developing your business cards. You are expected to present a digital proof of your business cards with all the relevant information on them. It is anticipated that the branding you use will filter through to you web presence and showreel.
My first task was to create a logo for my brand. I wanted something classy, something simple but that said everything about what I was. I'd already registered the name DW3DMaya with as many places as possible to promote myself but could do with making up a fitting logo to support my name.
Originally I wanted to work on using the 3D programme I'm proficient in (Maya) which uses a dragon as it's logo, Going with this I came up with a couple of variations
but in the end I decided I didn't like them and moved on to playing in Maya to see what I could come up with.
This was my 1st effort but I decided that it looked more like an 80's T.V Company.
I was much happier with my second attempt and stuck with that idea.
Then using Moo.co.uk a business card specialist, I sent off for 50 Business cards costing £12.99.
The front and the back of the business card designs are below: