Also, past experience I've had with anything remotely connected to GD: >I know the basics of 3D rendering, modelling, texturing (and yes I use bmps when texturing) > have fooled around numerous times in PS
Holy fucking shit, I am so sick of seeing these responsive design in your face fucking websites that run like shit on high end hardware.
Heres a list of what im talking about: http://www.corsair.com/en-ca/landing/bulldog http://learnpythonthehardway.org/ http://www.lynda.com/ https://plus.google.com/ https://teamtreehouse.com/ http://www.netflix.com/ http://www.wired.com/ http://www.forbes.com/ + Outlook mail, holy fuck is there a worse email client? I have to use this POS for university + Every fucking blog/tumblr/portfolio
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I think it works extremely well for one page with list-like info (sites with low content), if it's well coded: ie small personal site, quick portfolio.
Unfortunately, that's not often what it's used for. If you're not going to scroll through it like a list, don't use it. Most of these sites are using it as a main origination with a lot of content. It's just bloated and not a surprise they run like shit when implemented that way.
How do advertisement companies take a digital copy of a product and post on online e-shops and TV commercials? They have consistent lights and no intense shadows/reflections, they are clean and well presented. What are the principles of photography for this and post-production? I didn't post this in /p/ cause there is obviously a digital re-touch for the final result. Pic related, it is from an e-shop.
ok so somehow I managed to get an interview for a graphic design position at a company in the oil industry, however I actually know absolutely nothing about graphic design beyond some stupid logos and posters I made for my friends bands and some other miscellaneous bullshit
they honestly seem to think I know what I'm doing so far but nobody has really questioned me because I think everyone I've talked to is old and knows even less about graphic design than me
Fake it till you make it but you better hunker down and fucking learn as much as you can if you want to keep your job. Buy a subscription to Lynda if you have to, I don't care. Read books, watch documentaries, develop an eye for design all around you. Everything is designed by somebody, there are always lessons to be learned. Just keep studying, keep practicing. Learn your fundamentals and learn the basics of Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, then learn how to be awesome with them.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi, I am learning how to use Blender for a couple of months now and I know basics. I need advice what should I do, like today I was trying to create some more better looking barn and it was a struggle. Should I keep watching tutorials about the things I want to create, or should try to do it by my own and keep trying till I make it?
>>250952 >>>/3/ (sticky) learn about 3d workflow don't watch tutorials unless you are looking to achieve something specific. also try learning the basics first and then track your progress as you start doing more and more complex stuff.
Hi guys! Total noob here. I need new graphics for my post-hardcore band "This Fall". I would like to use this Zdzisław Beksiński paint as background and put the name on it but I don't know any good font that can match and have no idea how to make it nice. Can someone give me a hand?
>>250729 This image makes more sense to me than the top. Looks like a basic gradient with some object effects like inner glow. Perhaps a transparent gradient on top as well for the light blue side effects. That's my guess.
Hey there /gd/. I'm really interested in graphic design, and want to learn more. I was hoping someone could recommend a graphic design textbook that really helped them learn. If someone has a /gd/ essential textbooks list, that would be great too.
Hadn't seen your reference video. That's chroma keying and you can do it in Pr. >Record whatever you want to add over a plain background. >Add chroma key and choose the background color. You will need an evenly litten background for this to work properly.
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