Today I finished uploading a vector drawing I made and used in a recent project to my new website. While researching a few things about creative commons, I became a little more interested and wanted to try to go through with the process. I figured since I had just made these drawings that are adaptable and can be used for a variety of different things, maybe someone else would find them useful. Already in our studio class, the vectors were used and adapted to a Philly Farming logo for the project. Also, John Pender used the vectors in a couple ring concepts for our 3D modeling class.
Design of fork I originally created the vector drawings for:
I was thinking of linking this creative commons work in with my upcoming instructables assignment. In getting some more use of this vector drawing, I plan on linking users to a downloadable .eps file, which would then probably be printed out and adhered to foam to create a 3D work. I haven’t worked out the kinks yet, but I’ll be designing something like that this weekend. Any thoughts or feedback would be appreciated
Link to creative commons license: http://www.westhomasdesign.com/PhillySkylineVector.html