best programs for video editing and basic animations(pictures).
Anyone got any minimal logos they've done lately?
So how do you apply the golden ration to a design to make it look more harmonic?
Seems easier to spot than to actually apply it yourself.
my personal approach is to 'apply' it afterwards, when the design is basically done and the AU ratio and fibonacci's spiral help in positioning key elements in relation to each other.
more importantly, i believe that most logos and illustration *do not* need to strictly adhere to the AU ratio.
if you are banging your head against the wall trying to push your birthing idea into 1.618 fractals of itself, simply clear your mind of it. Period.
After you are satisfied with the core of your design, use the spiral to apply adjustments, but again don't fixate on it...
hope it helps,
Critique thread. Made a personal logo for a friend, his initials are JQ
what do you think?
Im trying to get into minimalism.
I just made this thing, what do you see, what do you think?
Is something like this considered art?
How do I make the eyes like in the original picture? I've done this so far but I have trouble with the eyes. Any good tutorials that can help me with the eyes? Should I just draw them in photoshop after finishing the vector? Sorry, I'm new to this.
need a combination of the colorful charts colors and smoothness onto the second charts layout.
seeking graphic designers for app project. thanks.
I am looking for a montage or a real picture of a EVGA 980 Ti totally burned and destroyed that looks real that one exactly EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti K|NGP|N ACX 2.0+
Really looking hard for it, I want it to looks like totally burned or partially burned that you can't see/do anything with it
Thanks you guys
I'm so fed up with dreamweaver, which are some good alternatives to dreamweaver to have a nice, easy to update web portfolio online?
Does anyone know a method to rip fonts from myfonts.com? I've seen a tutorial somewhere here some time ago, and I wonder if it still works...
Thanks in advance
I'm working on a /3/d character, and I want a logo that says "we explore asteroids and inhospitable planets to mine chemicals/resources"
The character is in a space suit, and is basically 2 parts scientist, 1 part explorer, 1 part miner.
I think 1 and 2 are your strongest logos, but they both emphasise either the science aspect or the adventure aspect. If the space suit already has a sience feel, go with 2. If it has a more adventurelike aesthetic, go with 1.
>If the space suit already has a sience feel, go with 2. If it has a more adventurelike aesthetic, go with 1.
What do you think?
I think it's kinda down the middle....
The large thing on his arm looks like a gun, but it's supposed to be a mining tool/drill.
accidentally posted this in /ic/...
It's sinking in that I need to get my shit together asap so I'm going to start making work for fictional companies for my portfolio...
Could /ic/ help me out on what I should include/would be the most economical use of my time? I'm not really sure what I want to go into. Just NOT app design/coding
> Coffee shop branding
> Website mockup for restaurant
> A poster series for something to demonstrate illustrative ability (but what?)
But... That's it? Do I just make a random concept up for a shop and go for it, or should I approach some local places and ask if I can parody them/design their stuff for free?
>Your (if yours) BTP in the circle is weighted to the left, you should center that a bit better
I would go with the coffee shop branding and restaurant mock-up (on inVison or something working that can be shared). While I love posters, they just aren't important to most people after college.
>> Coffee shop branding
>> Website mockup for restaurant
Idk mang these are pretty generic and easy. It's hard to screw these up.
Why not try a rebranding instead?
Pick an existing brand or app/website and build upon it. Impress employers by building upon brands they are already familiar with.
Just how effective is it to use "made up work" in your portfolio. By that I mean work you've created for fun. Logos and brand identities not made for real clients?
Been working as an in-house corporate designer for a few years and would like to switch over to do more "fun" design. Figured a design or marketing agency is what I should aim for. My work is a bit more corporate looking and I feel this might detract from agencies.
Have you heard of Aaron Draplin of DDC? There's a video interview of him somewhere on the web and he's said that personal work/for fun projects are what he wants to see most from people in order to know what they love to do most.
Need help to draw this in black and white. I want that as an tattoo. so need it in black and white. Somebody that can help me?
So I haven't done anything with graphic design in ~8 years.
I've been pondering rebuilding my portfolio to see if there are any worthwhile opportunities in the field for one so disconnected as myself.
What do you think /gd/, still worth trying?
>Pic related, my entry for freelancer's new logo contest
Depends on your motivations, other skills/employment/age, opportunity costs, etc...
>Get hustling, do some gigs that inspire you, and you'll see for yourself.
If you wanna start posting things for your portfolio other anon's can critique, but doing the above will help you much more because you'll refresh your skills, you'll create new things that are actually needed today, and you'll probably learn something new.
Best of luck,