This logo series is based on the DC Universe Lantern Corps. I created two versions of each symbol using Adobe After Effects and Video Copilot’s Element 3D plug-in. The first set includes a glow effect created with Red Giant’s Trapcode Form plug-in and the second set is based on the “Man of Steel” movie logo style.
The logos are available on Pinterest and they are also available as cards, prints, t-shirts, stickers, and iPhone/iPad/Samsung Galaxy cases on RedBubble.
Here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia explaining the color spectrum / emotion tied to each lantern:
The emotional spectrum is divided into the seven colors of the rainbow, with each color corresponding to a different emotion: rage (red), greed (orange), fear (yellow), will (green), hope (blue), compassion (indigo), and love (violet). However, it also represents the absence of color (black), which is death, and the combination of colors (white) which is life. The two emotions on the far ends of the emotional spectrum (rage and love), have a much stronger influence over their users while willpower, the center of the spectrum, can be used to overcome and maintain control over one’s emotions.
Ultraman is an evil equivalent of Superman from a parallel Earth (called Earth-3). He is a member of the Crime Syndicate, an evil version of the Justice League. The logos here are imaged using the Man of Steel movie style.
This is version 2 of a Man of Steel 2 logo teaser trailer fashioned after the San Diego Comic-Con 2013 Superman / Batman movie reveal. Now that Wonder Woman has been confirmed for the movie, I thought it would be nice to include her logo as well. I also tweaked the camera and light settings and added some depth of field effects.
The video was made using Adobe After Effects and the Element 3D and Optical Flares plug-ins from Video Copilot as well as Red Giant’s Trapcode Shine plug-in.
This was a fun (and very quick) project I did for the Man of Steel Fan Page for a Tweetup event. We actually got Mackenzie Grey (the actor who played Jax-Ur in Man of Steel) to record a promo for us and I added the incoming message and Kryptonian crest at the beginning of the clip.