First Person Shooter Game UI Design – These are a selection of mockup designs created from a stylesheet that was commissioned for a first person shooter video game. I created a couple of stylesheets and applied them onto what would be the lobby screen of the game. In the end the client opted for a combination of both styles. The hot-pink colouring, but pair with the elements from the other stylesheet.
As with all of my game and character designs – I tried to keep things as clear and simple as possible. The most crucial aspects of this kind of work are:
Function: One of the most common theories in design is that form must follow function, and this applies to all areas including game & character design. A design with a logical, simple form is more easily understood. Basic shapes like circles or squares often work best as the wireframe for a character or layout of the design because of their versatility and visual clarity.
Style: Contrast of shape, form or proportion is a great way to balance shapes and make the illustration interesting. The style of a illustration comes from the way in which the shapes that compose it blend together in a visually stimulating manner.
Personality: The personality of an illustration or character design is composed of many aspects but a large part of comes from the physical traits and features since those are the first things you notice when coming into contact with it. Adding some dynamic elements goes a long way.
ByteSumPi are a software development company who create video games and assets for various online game-engine stores. You can visit their website here.
If you want to see more logos, graphics and animation in a similar sharp modern style as this design, check out this logo design I did for a high street fishing equipment shop, these 2d animations I worked on for an online monster-filled virtual-world and these dynamic character design illustrations I developed for an educational platform which uses games to teach kids mathematics, language and more. For all my designs- click on the green ‘WA’ logo at the top of the page and use the filtering links to help find the content you’re interested in.
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