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Creo Parametric Community Challenge 6 – Sketching Logos

Michael
12-Amethyst

Creo Parametric Community Challenge 6 – Sketching Logos

Welcome to this month’s Creo challenge where we’re celebrating personal creativity and unique design!

 

We are inviting all members of our community to use Creo Parametric to create their very own logos. Whether you draw inspiration from your initials, your favorite hobbies, or even cultural symbols like a family coat of arms, this is your chance to showcase what uniquely represents you.

 

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Challenge Overview:

  • Watch video tutorial below 
  • Create Your Personal Logo: Design a logo that reflects your identity or interests using Creo Parametric’s powerful sketching tools. This could range from something as simple as a stylized version of your initials to something as elaborate as a heraldic shield.
  • Using Sketch Regions: Employ sketch regions to finesse different segments of your logo individually. This allows for intricate adjustments and detailed personalization of each design element.
  • Prepare for 3D Printing: Consider crafting your logo as a multibody part suitable for 3D printing. Assign different materials or colors to enhance its three-dimensional appeal.
  • Use Creo Render Studio: Leverage the power of Creo’s built-in rendering capabilities. 
  • Share and Discuss: Once you’ve perfected your logo, take a screenshot of your Creo workspace showing your design and REPLY on the PTC Community forums and share your screenshot and Creo files alongside a brief description of your inspiration and approach. You can also post it on social media, which is optional. 
  • Engage with peers to exchange feedback and gain new insights.

Examples:

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peacock-logo.png

Why Participate?:

This challenge is about more than just flexing your design muscles; it’s an opportunity to infuse your personal identity into a creation that can be shared and celebrated within the Creo community. From playful projects to professional portfolio pieces, your designs can explore the spectrum of creativity enabled by Creo Parametric.

 

We’re excited to see the diverse and creative logos you come up with, ranging from minimalistic designs to intricate artistic expressions. Remember, there’s no right or wrong here—just endless possibilities to express yourself through design. Let’s get creative and start sketching!

 

Find the PTC Creo Community Challenge Guidelines here!

 

Michael P Bourque
Boston Regional User Group
A video tutorial on using Creo Parametric and Sketched Regions
6 REPLIES 6
Michael
12-Amethyst
(To:Michael)

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Michael P Bourque
Boston Regional User Group
Michael
12-Amethyst
(To:Michael)

Can anyone figure out how I did this?

Michael P Bourque
Boston Regional User Group
kdirth
20-Turquoise
(To:Michael)

Quick guess, assuming two surfaces are showing, either Split Surface or Designated Area and applying Appearances.

 

Or, added lines to original sketch to create more sketch regions.

 

So many ways to create the result.


There is always more to learn in Creo.
Dan_Mc
3-Visitor
(To:Michael)

**** Sigh ****  First I have to learn Creo.  I'm still waiting for my installation at work.

BFausto
10-Marble
(To:Michael)

My logo (3d printable).

Jaime_Lee
Community Manager
(To:BFausto)

I think I like #5 the best.

 

miologo5.png

 

What does everyone else think?  Any Creo feedback?  logo #1 attachment

miologo1.png

 

logo #5 attachment

 

miologo4.png

 

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