Found this font called "JayCons" that has the meaning written underneath each kanji. I want to make a font like this too, but what site/program should I use so it's not incredibly time-consuming?
fontforge and/or github (maybe there's some people who could help you if you make it opentype)
Font Awesome (onlne)
i was just reading this that mentions git.
Thanks, I hadn't heard of Font Awesome (Glyphs and Birdfont had some problems last time I tried them, dunno if they'd work now).
I just found FontArk too, which seems pretty easy to use aside from the "unreadably small interface text" problem....
Thoughts on the new instagram logo?
Disgusting, looks like every other cheap camera or filter icon. The old one was the one skeuomorphic mark I liked, felt genuine and not easily recreated which made it unique, kind of like a banknote design.
Did i do good?
You should've told your friend that thanks to OLLE, his name looks like miiiows or some such shit
Also I feel something more could've been done with Higher Division. It's kinda just plopped in the middle.
Fine enough cover though
Hello there /gd/ I'm designing my personal logo for the first time (initials I & S) but I can't come up with something good. The one that convinced me the most is the big one on this image. Any help/critics?
Dear /gd/ bros
may u help me find the font used in the following picture
ITT we post logos we fucking hate.
Yeah, basically the same problem as the Commonwealth Bank logo, it has some convoluted meaning behind it that no one will understand at a first glance just making it some pointless shape
This year I've noticed a new trend in graphic design , it has that feeling of "high level" design which I like it but at the same time there a few pieces that are just "meh"..
It seems like every graphic design even for web looks like some editorial stuff and they play a lot with type but I honestly don't get that part, most of the time that just looks like they just tossed some random letters into it and distorted them kek.
I see a lot of neon colors and IK blue, wiggles and milano inspired patterns, I look at it and I feel like every shit I've done to my portfolio feels outdated, but I believe I don't have enough sensibility to create my own "avant-garde" design, they seem to have a retro inspo but look timeless at the same time
I'm sorry I don't know how to express myself exactly and language is a bit of a barrier here.
Bottom line is, could you guys help me out to decode this style? Post inspo pictures, articles, books, grids, colors, links, whichever you think it's helpfulll.
I want to reach that higher level of design but I don't know exactly how
Doesn't make me want to eat
Reminds me of the denver airport murals
Bad font with unnecessary large stroke
Ugly logo with gradients
Denver airport is scary as hell :/
There's got to be some creepy secrets hidden under that bish
Are there any websites with some graphic design contests, like e.g. that UI challenge every day? I'd like to practice on something and it would be cool to have a specific task every day.
Okay so I am interested in graphic design but the only thing I have ever done is mess around with photoshop for the past 2 years but now I want to be serious about it. My question is, is there any good tutorials anywhere and can you name some good software that will help me?
I am fucking clueless
not sure if bait but go here >>264427 and download/read everything you can (start with Essential graphic design concepts pdf and also Computer Arts Book of Inspiration)
for photoshop try this playlist
and here's a type lecture:
I'm going to register a game company, and I need a logo for that purpose.
I have pretty much decided on these three variations, but I thought I'd ask for some feedback first.
I'm generally pleased with the look, but I've never made a logo before, so I might have made rookie mistakes.
Have a couple more variations, which I'll post below, but I think these will fit best.
Are there any good references or guides for learning how to do tribal patterns?
I want to get into doing tribal patterns for logos n such but i have a hard time understanding the logic behind them.
Eh, one kinda sorta thing is study up on nature, look for patterns and junk. The swoops and swirls and whatnot. Try mirroring/spirographing the swoops and swirls to get those interesting effects.
I don't really do a whole lot with those but I had a lot of luck just sketching out a design in photoshop, making a mirror line, and then flipping it over on a side, selecting smaller shapes and mirroring around, etc.
No clue if that's actually what you're supposed to do or not.
Well, there's Tapout style bro tribal, a bunch of meaningless swirly pointy shit, usually surrounding a cross or a skull and placed prominently on the front of Guy Fieri's shirt.
Then there's actual tribal patterns, by actual, you know, tribes.
Study up on art and tattooing by the Maori, ancient Inuit and Norse, etc. Fuck, it's right in the word "tribal", this shit isn't hard.
I like pepes
Got asked by my mom to make flyers for her church's hot dog sale. I went for minimalism, so I'm curious if this looks okay? Usually they just have what it is, some clip-art, and when/where.