Recently, we witness the launch of Nintendo’s latest with their new console named: Switch. With the trend about VR, what if Nintendo took the turn into this technology? What it will look like? Will it stand against the competition? Well, Antoine Beynel took a stab at a industrial design concept and let’s give it a look. Inspired by the Nintendo Switch, we can see how this could actually work with what will be on the market soon. What do you think? Published on Behance , we are taking a look at the work from Antoine Beynel. He is an industrial designer currently based in Seattle, WA, USA. He specialized his work on industrial design, product design and branding; his work has been recognized by many awards like the CES innovation award and more.
With the one of the hardest gifts to find in the market right now, we’ve been thrown back to the past with the NES Classic Edition. This little device is now adapted with our currently technology, we get to relive our early gaming experience. We would like to share this concept from Spencer Davis and Scott Schenone who had another concept in mind and it’s far more interesting than what’s actually on the market. They designed a beautiful product called: Nintendo Legends and I just loved everything about the design to the packaging. Hope you will enjoy it too! It’s not about the console it’s about the controller. A future vision for Nintendo gaming. Nintendo Legends UI from Scott Schenone on Vimeo. More Information via Behance.
All you Nintendo fans out there, here is the excuse you were waiting for to get tickets and pack to Japan. Nintendo just opened a super cute cafe in Osaka and Tokyo. Kirby Café incorporates elements from the video game series into everything they do. So of course you will love everything about this place. From their website to the items they serve to their location, every details is filled with style and cuteness. Check it out! More about Kirby Café: Website Facebook
When I was a kid I had a Mega Drive from Sega, most kids had a Super Nintendo and were in love with Mario, but I was all about Sonic The Hedgehog. One of the most remarkable characters from video games, Sonic is one of the best options when it comes to platform games. Hope you guys will enjoy this collection, I tried not to stick with the classic Sonic look, so I looked for some really alternative versions of our most beloved Hedgehog friend. Ronniesolano Default-Deviant herms85 RenaeDeLiz gureiduson ShadowIsLoved CPC Themrock gts arvalis Fumuu Raito-Sarudoi MylaFox MylaFox ManueC arvalis Raito-Sarudoi TPollockJR MisterDavey sorata-sv
Hi everyone, following my latest beginner tutorials today I'm going to show you how to create a Super Mario face using mostly simple and easy to create shapes. As every kid born in the 80/90's , I'm still a huge fan of this Nintendo character, so this will be another "nostalgia tutorial" , hope you guys enjoy it! Just a reminder: this is a beginner tutorial, eve though some of you are really skilled on this software, I would recommend you to take a a time to read this as you can get some insights and ideas from this tutorial. Please comment If you have any problems or doubts, have fun! And before we can begin, please listen to THIS while reading. Step 1 So, the deal on this tutorial is to create this Mario's face using the most round and simple objects as possible, why? Not just because it's easier than using the pen tool for it, but as drawing analysis, understanding that everything is created by simple and geometric shapes. It's a work of observation and it really takes time to understand, but with time you will find easy to see shapes on every object you see. Ok, so I saved a color pallet on the source file so you guys don't need to screen grab this JPEG or getting busy figuring out what colors we're going to use. Let's begin by creating a ellipse using the ellipse tool (L). Make another ellipse using the previous tool and adjust it using the direct selection tool (A), this will be the nose. Mkae another ellipse on the right side of the big one, this will be the ear. We're going to create more three ellipses on the bottom of the big one, this will be his chin, Mario being a chubby guy should have some cheeks. Then select all those three, the ear ellipse and the big ellipse, go to the pathfinder panel and choose the option called Unite. They should turn all into one. Add some beige fill to it and go to the brush panel, choose the one called 5 pt. Oval, it's a good one for cartoon characters outline, so use a thick one. Use the path eraser tool on the pencil tool (N) panel to erase past of the nose, like pic bellow. Step 2 Let's skip to the eyes, basically you're going to crete several ellipses and one last sphere using the ellipse tool (L). Add some color and fill as the examples bellow. For the other eye you're basically going to duplicate or do the same procedures, don't forget that this one should be with the nose partially on the front. The mustache is really piece of cake to do, first make a line of ellipses with different sizes like the sample bellow. Select all them and use the patfinder option called Unite. Use a black fill on them. Make another ellipse over them and use the pathfinder option called Minus front. Don't forget to put the nose on the front. And add some thick stroke on the mustache. Step 4 Oh the eyebrows, just another piece of cake part. First make two ellipses under the eyes as the samples bellow. Make the intersection with other ellipses like the sample bellow. Then just go to the pathfinder panel and choose the option called Minus Front., then add some black fill on it. The ear detail is the only part made 100% using the pen tool (P), If you're not used with the tool you still can try to do it using the brush tool (B) or using some ellipses and pathfinder modes to achieve it. Super Bald Mario heheh ok let's start to give some sense on it guys. Let's proceed by creating the mouth. First let's make a ellipse and adjust the vector points using the direct selection tool (A). Make a ellipse over it and use the pathfinder tool called Minus Front. Use the brush tool (B) to give this little detail, use a thick brush. I love using this tool: use the pencil tool (N) to draw the tongue, do the same procedure to draw the teeth. Step 5 Ok I'm tired of looking to this bald Mario, so let's put a hat on him and give him some hair. First make a ellipse and a circle like this. Add some red fill and a thick stroke on it. Make the white circle where we are going to put the "M". Use the brush tool (B) on the hat to add this detail. The flap is bit tricky to do, first create a ellipse using the ellipse tool (L). Make a sphere bellow it and use the pathfinder option called Minus front. The result may be a little messy, but first you should ajust Mario's head using the direct selection tool (A).. After it you should adjust the flap like the samples bellow Draw the "M" using the pen tool (P), that's no big deal. In order to draw the hair let's first make two circles, resembling almos a "8". Then using the pencil tool (N) or the pen tool (P) to make this part. Select all and choose the pathfinder option called Unite. Add some black stroke and a brwon fill on it and we're done. Final Result Download the Illustrator File Click here to download the Illustrator file used for this tutorial.