How to Design Geometric Logo In Gravit Designer

I’ve been busy playing around with a bunch of geometric shapes to produce an outstanding logo. I was going around the web in search of inspirations of different geometric logos and decided to show you a simple yet elegant logo design.

Gravit Designer Geometric Logo

In today’s tutorial I will show you how to design a logo from the pure shapes in Gravit Designer. You will learn how to work with the polygon shapes and Boolean Shapes Operators in this amazing free design editor.

Step #1. Create a Hexagon

Head over to the Tools Panel and click on the Shape Drop-down marked with a little star in Gravit Designer 3.4.4.

Tools Panel in Gravit Designer 3.4

From the opened drop-down select Polygon and holding Shift and Alt/Opt create a hexagon with 200px width.

Create hexagone

Step #2. Create a Duplicate

Holding Shift and Alt/Opt drag the hexagon to the left on the distance of 40px to create a copy of your shape.

Hexagon duplicate

 

 

Step #3. Create a Chevron

In order to create a chevron shape, head over to the Boolean Shape Operators and select the Subtract from the dropdown.

Subtract boolean shape operator

Keep it selected and press Ctrl/Cmd+Shift+P to Convert to Path or click a tiny icon on the Tools panel.

Convert to path

 

Step #4. Create a Duplicate of the Chevron

Repeat the Step #2 transformation dragging the chevron on the same distance of 40px.

Duplicate of the chevron

Select both shapes and make a Group by pressing Ctrl/Cmd+G on the keyboard. Duplicate the group with Clone command Ctrl/Cmd+Shift+D.

Group and Duplicate

Select the Duplicate and flip it horizontally by using small icon on the Tools panel.

Flip

Allocate it as shown on the picture below

Allocate the duplicate

Step #5. Rectangles

 

 

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