>>266953 i completely deslike vector art. it has to be really really done to perfection so it doesnt look automated and gimmicky. why not go the whole length and do a digital art illustration? as for your piece, it could use some more personality on shape definition.it really looks it came out of vector magic or something, don't mean to hate, tho
Just saying, it would've been nice if you had offered something of your own to start the thread off. I'm contributing because I think something like this would be useful, but next time it'd probably be a better idea to at least bring in a contribution yourself.
Anyways, one of my most frequently used is Mister Retro's Machine Wash suite. It's all really simple stuff, but it saves me plenty of time when I'm going for faded or retro styles or photo mockups.
Because Photoshop is industry standard. I'd laugh my ass of, then shake my head if anyone sent me a Gimp file. Gimp doesn't even provide 1/3 of what Photoshop does, especially in image editing. You have to download an additional program just for RAW editing which is fucking ridiculous. It may be great in sketching and illustrating, but even Paintool Sai is better than Gimp in that.
Hey, can i get a critique on my font? I'm in school for Print/Web media, on my second year, class was canceled today so i was not given any feedback from the class to expand upon, i thought id post it and get some constructive feedback, this is a second revision.
So I'm a photographer by trade, I made this logo a while back, but I want to improve it. Not sure where to start. I still need it to be simple so it's not distracting as a DO NOT STEAL watermark on my photos, but I also want to get the photography point across, as well as my name (kaz) . Obviously in the world of graphics today, I'd rather the form come first, but I suck ass as a graphic designer. Any suggestions on where to start or changes to make to this one?
What's the best way to learn how to get gud at GD? So far I've just been messing around with GIMP and ms paint (too poor to afford photoshop). Any recommendations for helpful sites, programs (preferably free), techniques, tips etc.
>>267568 I heard gimp is the best free alternative to ps, and I use ms paint just to dick around with.
I'll probably use the free trial for the adobe creative cloud, but I don't think I could afford to stick with a monthly plan. I mean I'm only learning this as a hobby for now so I don't want to quite start dropping $$ on it quite yet.
>>267569 get photoshop cs6 portable it's like 50mb on youtube. also remember that 90% of design is typography. >>264427 watch https://vimeo.com/15175486 https://vimeo.com/15253497 https://vimeo.com/75969563 https://vimeo.com/16833435
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