Why you should never underestimate the power of an APEX clipart

It’s the one piece of art that’s not a digital file, but it can still be a huge help.

The first time I saw the new APEX video art clipart was while watching a movie about construction management and I was blown away.

I remember watching it with my dad at the end of our movie night, but I was still not sure what it meant. 

Then I started seeing it more.

I was like, this is incredible.

It’s like a giant map of the city.

It showed me that the entire city has a different skyline, different streets, different landmarks.

You can even see some of the buildings that you normally wouldn’t think of.

I just knew that this was the future of construction management.

It turns out that a bunch of the most prominent buildings in the city have APEX artwork on them.

I got the idea from this clipart I saw of a building in the background of one of the movie trailers.

I didn’t know what it was, but since I was interested in building stuff, I started drawing it. 

And so I was able to find my own version of this building that I knew was an APEC building and create this piece of artwork. 

It took about a week of sketching, drawing, and painting to create this artwork.

I started by building a little bit of a base for it and then I went into the studio and created a small piece of paper and cut out the APEX logo.

Then I had the other two layers on top of that and it was really easy to add detail and the logo would blend in perfectly. 

After that I just needed to lay out the layers one by one.

I used the same process for the top layer, which was just a straight line and then a few curved lines.

I then added a bunch more detail to that layer so it would look like a 3D map.

Then the next layer, this one with all the buildings on it, was really hard to draw.

I had to draw all the streets and buildings that would make sense. 

Eventually, I had a great idea of how I wanted the building to look.

I tried to make it as flat as possible.

I wanted to make the building look as much like a standard office building as possible, but there were some details that I wanted in.

I added some light-ups in the windows and a couple of other things that made the whole thing pop.

The final piece, the image that you see on the left, is a little different from the original design.

I made it to be more of a logo.

That way it’s easier to remember when you’re watching a video and when you don’t. 

The final product is not a completely new design, though.

It still has some of that same details, just with a new layer on top.

For the top and bottom of the building, I drew a small rectangle of a white circle that I used for the shape of the logo.

I also added a little more detail, like a little spot in the middle of the circle to make things more pronounced.

That made it look even more impressive. 

At the end, I also had to do a little work to make sure that the bottom layer of the illustration was aligned with the top of the image.

That was a little tricky.

I drew the bottom with a flat piece of cardboard and then cut out a rectangle of that cardboard and filled in the edges with a bit of watercolor paint.

This is a side-by-side with a full-size version of the original, with the logo removed and the bottom layers of the artwork on the right and left.

It should give you an idea of the final look. 

You can see that the image is still pretty sharp.

The colors and the lighting are still perfect.

I think it looks pretty good, too. 

I’m not sure how this will impact the real-world construction industry. 

Maybe a small company can buy an office building and have it be converted into an APEx building.

Maybe that will be something that’s a little easier for a building owner to deal with.

Maybe there will be a lot of APEX offices that are going to open up around the country.

I hope to see that happen sooner rather than later. 

There’s always room for improvement. 

For more APEX building news, check out the full list of buildings that have been converted into APEX office space here.