unless I have to design an illustrative logo, this is usually how I design logos. however, I've been told by professors and other students and designers online that I should be unifying my text with the icon. would changing the text color to a color scheme that matches the icon fall under unity or do I have to include another additional element to tie an icon to its text?
pic related but it isn't my logo, its just how I prefer to design iconic logos.
>>274414 Previous poster is right. Look at your example, Antarctica. The shape of the penguin mimics the shape of the lowercase 'a'. So even though the icon and type are physically separate, they're still unified
I appreciate the insight, I feel like now I can stop trying to force elements. people kept suggesting to try adding a background to every logo I did and it was driving me crazy. Or they would suggest connecting the icon to the text which I think does work in some situations nicely but It doesn't mean I want every logo I make to be designed that way.
Hi there anons, I'm struggling to figure out why the rendering of my vid in after effects takes forever to finish, plus it always remains stuck in the same place and hang there forever. The video is 60 fps, coolor 16bit. Any suggestion? I'm trying to render it since three days.
60fps and probably a very high resolution + length of the video and complexity of effects and animations matter most. also your renderstats. are you rendering quicktime? for those kind of vids i recommend to use adobe media encoder to render int in mp4.
>>274254 OP here I've tried to low the res from 60 to 30 fps, but still remain stuck on the same place. And is quit odd, cause there isn't anything special in the place where it gets stuck. Moreover, no error log
>>274997 Not bad considering but it could be better. The colored shapes seems pretty arbitrary and do not add anything the way they are. Everything is stuck in the upper left corner leaving a huge blank space. Though leaving white space is important, it feels unbalanced the way it is now.
What’s the format? Aren’t the photos going to be really small? Sometimes it’s better to use only one or two pictures, people usually wants to put a maximum of pictures just because they have them but it doesn’t make the design... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>275043 Futura is better if you have it on your computer. Otherwise you can check the websites I put but honestly that’s not that important. I you want a clean sans serif check these maybe http://usemodify.com/fonts/rubik/ http://usemodify.com/fonts/chivo/ http://usemodify.com/fonts/work-sans/
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I'll be starting my first day of college tomorrow. I'm going for my associates in Graphic Design. To be honest, I don't want to go at all but it'll look good on my resumé. Its gonna be difficult since I'm not so social and have anxiety so I know I'm not gonna fit in with all the preppy rich kids. Can I get some tips on how to survive?
>>274903 Pro tip for life. you are litteraly wasting money to get the degree. You already seem to do pretty decent art. Just start now. this is the mistake youngins make these days. You think you have to get the degree to get the job, then whine on the internet when even entry level jobs wont hire you because they require a few years of experience.
Just make a couple of really good pieces, or gather the art you already have/are proud of, make a portfolio, and start putting yourself out there.
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>>274907 >Just make a couple of really good pieces, or gather the art you already have/are proud of, make a portfolio, and start putting yourself out there. 30 year old here Wish I had followed this advice earlier Don't procrastinate, do stuff, that's the only thing that matters.
Hi /gd/. I'm a senior undergrad studying design and comp sci. Web and interface design are my strong points (probably all the time spent with computers) but I'd really like to improve at print design. I struggle with things like brochures and magazine layouts in comparison. I can make them look *fine*, but not often great.
I already have the technical knowledge of how to use InDesign, but I feel like I'm not always really using right (if that makes sense). I've read the Vignelli Canon and Grid Systems by Muller-Brockmann, but I'm searching for... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I think vertical rhythm is something I struggle with from working so much with web. Web designers have 100 ways to craft horizontal grids and an endless scroll to cheat verticality with. Obviously, the same methods aren't conducive to print whatsoever.
so i made this a few hours ago, in gimp. i know the outline is rough and shit, not sure if thats because of the default brush or just because of the size but for doing things like this would i be better off in illustrator or photoshop? (outline was easy because it has that shift "draw line to cursor thing"
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