Not everything needs a logo, Google, Pintrest are examples. It is clean, good spacing. I dont know what it looked like previously so cant really comment on how well it works as a rebrand, that aside its decent. I'd make the purpose of the site more apparent at a glance probably. Also, is it too clean?... maybe.
I am looking for a (non-apple) cheap lightweight laptop that I could carry everywhere for working with emails, indesign, illustrator and photoshop. Any advices? Thanks!
I am trying to create a logo for a small game company that i would like to make.
Any thoughts on this logo?
I was wondering if anyone can make a cool icon for my guild named "Epic Guild Name".
The icon should contain the word "Epic" with a rainbow and a unicorn by chance.
Thanks in advance.
designing a menu for a school project and could use some inspiration. I can find stuff on google too but so far I havent seen anything that really wowed me.
id appreciate you guys contributing any work if you got it
Hi guys, i want to mave a cover for mi 150 and 400 in 1 nes games cadtrige.
Someone can help me, i dont know hot to make it well.
Just found this on internet.
I've been looking into risoprints and i like the style, can /gd/ give me any advice on want duplicator to get, and how to get started, etc.
Unless you have a lot of money to burn, and space for the machine and storage for the cartridges, I would suggest you look into riso print services instead. They are too big, too expensive, and too labor intensive to just buy one and mess around with because you think the style is cute.
Owning a riso duplicator really only makes sense if you have commercial ambitions such as starting a print shop of your own or getting into the independent/self-publishing racket. If you do have commercial ambitions, make sure you are committed to it. I've seen a number of riso printshops...
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Does anyone know, how to remove white background, each time a file is opened?
Right-click your mouse button and choose a color you prefer. See a screenshot attached.
I'm very new to digital art.
I made a piece of lineart in GIMP and now I'm trying to color it.. but how do I avoid this problem(pictured)?
how do I get rid of these little pixels that don't fill in?
It's the only way to do it cleanly.
I imagine you could increase the threshold value of the paintbucket to do the same.
I don't use gimp, so I'm not sure if it has that option.
Doing it in layers though allows you to keep everything organized, and is generally a better solution than just filling areas like you would in paint. If you intend to do detail work like highlights and shading.
No one else seems to think that the graphics for RoosterTeeths 'Million Dollars, But...' are tacky and awful. So like a good citizen I'm scouring the internet looking for someone to argue with me
Anyone knows a tutorial to make something like this?
I'm not familiar with this kind of layering. and also the way you can open the logo on another file and then it applies to the current file.
it's actually quite easy in PS:
>transform a smart objects so it fits the perspective
>apply filters/adjustment layers or anything to blend it in (but non-destructive as smart filter)
now, if you want to change the transformed content, just doubleclick the smart object and paste your content
heres an idea
how about you put the vector logo+text in the perpective you want above the position you want on that paper photograph, and use its borders as mask, and apply a simple colour-range replacement (that adjusts for variances, i think even corel photopaint 8 had this already)
Is this a good basis for a somewhat original logo for a run off the mill photography startup, D&R photography? The client is totally into hipster design and although you can make some nice looking stuff, it all looks alike and has no identity. Tried stuff with shutters too but it all looks the same. Seems everything has been done already. Have no pc on hand as I'm on the road, so excuse the shitty pic.
t. mediocre designer
Your drawing is shit, but atleast your design is good and efficient.
>it all looks alike and has no identity
Worry not, this isn't a company logo where you can draw an apple or a swoosh.
>Tried stuff with shutters too but it all looks the same
Thank god. Shutter blades or camera shaped logos are so generic!
WHY DOES ILLUSTRATOR'S APPEARANCE PANEL EVEN EXIST!?!
This is the cover for Britney Spears' 8th studio album. It's a desaturated picture of her with a pink, neon glowing heart surrounding her blue name. How would /gd/ improve upon this? If at all?
Anyone who can add a genkidama?