Does anyone know where I can get a download for this mock up pack anywhere? I'm trying to finish an application I'm working on and I need some decent mock ups to make everything look crisp as hell.
>Topic of discussion
Do you guys think it's wrong to use assets from the Creative Market (Or sites like it) to sell within your work as long as you have an extended license?
Okay I'm a beginner and this is just a practice but I feel like the H's don't belong there anyone have some tips or options on where I can/should put the H's?
keep it simple, clear, use two colors max
And drop the horrible effects. No shines, metalic materials, strokes, gradients, patterns or glows until you know how to actually apply them correctly.
There is a bit of a trick here. The more you limit yourself, the more creativity you will be forced to use to create something.
As anon mentioned above, use two colors max, not just because it's trendy now, but to get some solid training.
If you are unsure of the colors, consult a color wheel or experiment. The result needs to be clean, readable, without distracting elements.
if you look at the logo with a "fresh look" your eyes need to be drawn to the logo as a one flow, from top to bottom, left to right would be ideal if you have words in it.
If there is a single point where your eyes get "stuck" it means there is unnecessary contrast in colors, shapes, style or too much detail.
keep us posted on your progress!
Can someone make a Pepe out of him? I have some semi- rare pepes I can post as payment.
Is it possible to put an anchor point at a specific coordinate just by typing it in on photoshop. Im trying to make shapes with equal lengths and im tired of doing it just by looking at the Info window and trying to adjust it. I have looked online but there is nothing on there. I also tried rephrasing the question but it still wont show up.
However, neither Photoshop nor Illustrator allow numeric access to handles. Only points.
Technically you can manually edit the handle coordinates if you export an SVG, but that's retarded.
Can anyone I.d. this font?
how do you go about designing a corporate identity that doesn't look like complete shit?
aside just stealing elements from the logo to use on everything else, I don't see how people get inspiration to design these. how would you go about designing these? And if you're never faced with designing letterheads or envelopes or business cards, how would you go about designing them if you were?
read pic related + practice on fake or client branding+ drawing + reading/studying gd books.
I need help altering a picture that will be printed out on a bday cake. I need it to be batman robin Alfred the hulk and Aqua man all sitting in front of a bday cake singing "happy birthday dear Robin....." In their speech bubbles that all are joined together. The picture I have basically makes half the pic but I can't do the computer work to add the others. Any help will be appreciated.
Quick question about clipping masks in photoshop:
Is it possible to make a clipping mask that isn't visible? I want to be able to see the layer underneath it, but turning down the opacity of the clipping mask layer affects the opacity of the layer above.
Let's see if I have the terminology right.
The magenta layer would be the mask in this example, right? I want to be able to see everything except the magenta, and lowering the opacity of blue just... lowers the opacity of blue.
Clipping masks use white and black to determine if the corresponding pixels on the main layer are visible or not.
Areas that are BLACK in the mask are INVISIBLE in the main layer.
Areas that are WHITE in the mask are VISIBLE in the main layer.
You can also utilize greyscale to make smooth transitions. Grey in the clipping mask means that the corresponding part in the main layer is half transparent. The darker the grey, the less opaque it is.
In other words:
Black = 0% opacity
Grey = 1-99% opacity depending on how dark/light the grey is
White = 100% opacity
Hating comic sans is a meme.
Comic sans looked okay on comic books and was an okay font in its day.
Deseigners are all just a buch of sheep with a group thinking mentality.
"Hurrr i hate comic sans because they told me I should in graphic design school."
I need to redesign THIS into a four-copies-per-A4 document that is straightened and cleaned up.
What software do I use, and what method do I go about for it?
If it was a tiny bit clearrer, you would be able to OCR it.
Unfortunately the quality is just a tad too low for automated processing so you'll have to do it over in Illustrator/InDesign.
The font family is Helvetica Neue LT Pro and it doesn't look particularly complex.
How the fuck did you find that font? I put it through what the font and identifont and got something different.
Illustrator? Like InkScape, yeah? How do I set it up so I don't have to drag and drop everything into place?
>How did you find the font?
The R and t are dead giveaways. You learn to identify fonts by eye if you dick around in a /gd/ job long enough.
Never used it, but in Illustrator at least just lock the base image down and 'type over it'.
how do you guys get paid? Freelancer sites are full of poo in loos who will work for rice, where do you get work?
I need a laptop by September for school. This will be my second year. Don't tell me to get a CuckBook Pro, because I simply don't have the option to wait for the 2016 refresh. Currently looking at a dell XPS 13 or 15, no less than a core i5.
Is kthere any real benefit to having a discrete gpu besides an accelerated interface in AI/PS and maybe some motion graphics stuff? If I can get away with integrated graphics and use the giant iMacs in the computer lab for other stuff, that would be great. Also, do I need a 15 inch screen? How important is a true SSD?
Working on my client logo, he is selling software since 2012 and the name of the logo he want is "Everest". So here is my design. Feedback's? Thank you.
how to get this acrylic paint brush strokes, either with photoshop or some other program?