>casts a shadow
>suns don't have those little yellow rays circling them either
You mean sunlight? Quite being an asshole. It's based on the sun and the sun is real and it casts no shadow.
ITT, design work you would frame/hang in your home/office.
I'll start with Tadanori Yokoo
Getting the obvious Saul Bass out of the way
Anything from Nifty 50. Sorry this is small, link for all posters below:
(website is gorgeous too)
>tfw your only good pic from the random gen is 1000x500
I have to make font for one of my classes, I've done my research and all but i just have no idea where to get started or what to make. there's already a shit load of fonts and making one that's good and new is pretty hard. help?
pic related it's my useless professor
I have made a bunch of logo variations, and I have looked at them for so long I can't really tell which are good anymore. My brain is fried - maybe you can help me out!
Please give any feedback - which one do you like best? Why? What sucks? Why?
The logo is for a technical education company. I started with the open source hardware logo as a base, hopefully I have moved far enough from that design not to confuse anyone.
I made a ton of variations.
Does text in this logo make any sense?
Sucks. Everything about it sucks except for the graphics/editing people for the videos.
These are some dope artworks designed by 18 year old Jediah. His Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Jediah
He also makes some good music.
Which one is the best for /gd/?? currently i'm sold to the ASUS GL552 mostly because of the display, but other than that, what would you recoommend getting instead?
Had to remake the book cover for "Do androids dream of electric sheep?" For my science fiction class, help me pick
Hi /gd/, i just finished this school project. I was ment to design a poster for a TV series. This one is for K2000, whose original title is "The Knight Rider".
What are your thoughts on this ?
great job OP solid poster, but you'd better get better feedback on /ic/ though considering it's about 98% illustration
not much feedback we can give on one heading a small piece of copy at the bottom
good shit tho senpai nice illy
Okay, I know this is like announcing open season for trolling but I actually need help.
I'm helping a family friend design their wedding invite however they want the border gold instead of black.
Have tried watching video tutorials about how to do this on photoshop but all the options I'm supposed to choose are greyed out.
Halp pls. Much appreciated.
>Very amateur tournament
>Team friend (I don't even play)
>Design logo favor
My rowing team needs a new logo. The one we currently have is a shitty stock image and its been like this for years. Goes without saying its time for a change. Does anyone have some god-tier logos involving bulldogs or is anyone willing to make one?
I am learning to animate and my teacher did this cool guy walking:
(non related picture)
I don't understand what's the point of this thread.
Your teacher kind of sucks though, that's poorly animated. Character seems weightless and the walk itself lacks personality.
In order for the character to have weight, a low/recoil position should be keyframed
Google "the animator's survival kit pdf". That's basically a big book on how to animate walks properly. It's aimed at traditional 2d animators but the principles are the same.
Fucking everything sucks according to /gd/
You can make the most amazing design known to man and the people of /gd/ will still shit on it. It's like even before they see the graphic they already think it sucks.
Which books did you personally read when studying before you felt you knew enough to do the job?
I ordered Meggs' History yesterday as the wiki said but I want to know what are the more essential books on the list or otherwise.
Also I know this gets asked here often enough but is it worth going to school if you study on your own?
Meggs' History is a great book.
Gardner's Art Through The Ages is also a great one to have. I think there's a few different versions... the one I have is about 4in thick. A very long read but it covers EVERYTHING.