Over the last week, I have shared my initial concepts for an Otisflix (my home media streaming server) logo. Yes. I am a nerd. How many of you have your own personal streaming service?! Those who know me know that I don’t do anything halfway. So, I had to create a logo for this.
Hello once again and welcome back! Here for day #4 of the daily art gimmick. As I mentioned yesterday, I’m taking a few days off from posting Otisflix logo work. It can’t all be the same stuff everyday or that would get boring. Today, I thought I would share a section from a book I recently illustrated.
Hello once again and welcome back. Yesterday, I mentioned that I was creating a logo for my home media streaming service. This service, which I call, Otisflix, is simply a media server that I stream tv shows from when at home. For my daily art post, I figured I would share my concepts page.
It’s Daily Art time. It should be a lot of fun to see where these posts take me. As I mentioned yesterday, I’m leaving myself a lot of wiggle room as to what I share. My goal is to make illustrations the bulk of what is shared. I’m also going back and forth on if I should post on weekends or leave it for Monday through Friday.
The art for today is a design piece. Over the past year or so, I’ve been using an extra PC as a streaming device. I’ve gathered my collection of TV shows on DVD. It takes a bit of work but I get the episodes onto the computer and organized. Using Plex, which is a fantastic client media server, I can stream my own collection to any tv or mobile device. The benefit is I can access the media anywhere, I don’t have to pay a monthly streaming fee and I don’t have to worry about my favorite shows being removed from a streaming service. Obviously, I had to create a logo for this setup… which I call “Otisflix”.
Recently, I’ve made some positive changes in my life. Not that anything was wrong. It is just a good idea to evaluate things and make alterations that can positively impact your life. After reading several organizational/positive thinking books, I began to implement these changes. One exercise was of great help.