Trying to find some animators like David Firth, tried Cyriak but got bored shortly and Lee Hardcastle but his mindless gore/shock-value animations made me hate him, I'm not looking for ''cr33py car2ns omg'', but something that actually has meaning and makes you think, not something that is just based on creepy imagery and is made to shock plebs.
>I want to enjoy cr33py car2ns
>i also want to tell people that the cr33py car2ns they watch are asinine and that they are sheep
>please acknowledge me as a special snowflake
>other special snowflakes arent as special as me
>help me /gd/, my ego is in danger
graphic design for local rap artist
no it's perfect
it's exactly the art style you'd imagine for a "local rap artist" who won't go anywhere
I wanna photoshop a plane into this, anyone have any tips how to make it look realistic?
can't someone Make this type stand
There you go anon I made her stand if that was what you wanted
Post wot u got
memes, art, shit u gone n done son
pretty cancer because i never bothered to finish the shading on the glock
What made you get into graphic design?
Started this thread in /pol/ which obviously was a mistake. I want some serious designs for the New United Kingdom since Scotland is probably on it's way out so I think a redesign is in order.
Here's what I came up with so far.
I doubt anything will happen but here's my hypothetical design for england+wales
First time doing digital art, what should I improve?
Rest easy Starman
Is it hard to trade stocks? Is it hard to use a saw? Is it hard to put salt onto a dish you just prepared? No. Nothing is really that hard. You know what is, though? Knowing when it is called for and a good idea to do so. That's all the difference. That's why being able to work along a tutorial doesn't make you a designer and adding salt to your fries doesn't make you a chef.
What style would this be considered? I feel as if I've seen this type of design in generic paintings at coffee shops, but it seems too common to come from one person.
What's the name of this style?
how can i google some more references?
i googled this as "hand drawn vintage labels" but i'd like some more general references on the style. The cursive letters, the natural, relaxed tone..
any clues? it's my first real work as designer
okay what about this
or any non bs style you can think of that looks remotely like it.
Premiere Pro. What the fuck?
The more I work with it, the more I don't get it.
For example "Motion blur". It's an extremely useful tool, that you need almost every time while working with at least some kind of motion. And premiere pro provides you with motion tools but it DOESN'T have "motion blur" button from AE. It's a one FUCKIN button. And the only way to deal with it is to send your sequence to AE. EVERY SINGLE TIME. Just for that one button. I don't get it so much. I mean even if I need to do something EXTREMELY simple...
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>video is big and AE doesn't provide you with a good management tools of files, objects, sequences etc. when the video is long
are you memeing?
Ditch Premiere and learn AE. Premiere offers zero advantage unless you're an ultrapleb with AE.
AE is shit for long vids, are you joking?
I use Sony Vegas and Ae. At least you can motion blur on sony vegas with long vids. But its shit for any fx projects, the lay out is too fucking annoying. Its good for a flow or raw project though.
>/gd/ - graphic design
I hope none of you plebs are actually pursuing graphic design as a career because you're all fucking terrible and have no taste.
yeah most of this board are either awful stuck up trustfund kiddies that are shit at everything and think they're "artistic" (hint: design =/= art) and the other half are fucking hajeeds from india working for 3 cents an hour and undercutting actual firms and businesses.