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sukanto Kuri
Jul 13, 2022
In Wellness Forum
The structure of Buddha statues in the traditional sense is extremely complex and the form is relatively simple, which is a departure from modern aesthetics. Using generalization and freehand brushwork, the "secondary abstraction" of these Buddha statues and the simplification of some forms that do not have profound meanings can increase the speed of dissemination of the schema. For example, in the logo design of "Buddha Cafe", the silhouette of Sakyamuni is the main concept in the modeling. This simple composition can easily give people a sense of tranquility. When designing this logo, a simple freehand brushwork Image Manipulation Service was carried out between the Buddha statue and the rich and fragrant coffee, reflecting the integration of the two, and an innovative processing was carried out on the redesign of the Buddha statue pattern in the graphic design, and the sense of life was obvious. 4 Summary The redesign of the Buddha image in graphic design can make the work more life-like, and this redesign is undoubtedly quite difficult. Because the pattern of the Buddha statue has already been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, and the idea of ​​the Buddha statue is even more sacred and inviolable, so the designer who wants to integrate the pattern of the Buddha statue into the graphic design for redesign must ensure the "grounding" while not being able to Not only that, but also the appeal of the theme of the work is the foundation of creation. Therefore, the creator should let the works come into being through continuous integration and acceptance, and endow them with their own thoughts and souls. References: [1] Deng Hongxia. The design of tourism commodities with characteristics of Chinese civilization in Gansu - the application of the shape, color and intention of Dunhuang murals in graphic design [J]. Design Art Research, 2015 (1): 13-17. [2 ] Hou Ting. Research on the application of traditional Chinese art colors in modern graphic design [J]. Beauty and the Times, 2015 (7): 123-125
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