For my AS History class, I am supposed to be creating an infographic poster on the Space Race.
Can you provide any tips, improvements or otherwise advice?
Help is much appreciated.
Can someone comment on the fonts I have used, they are Adam and Caviar Dreams. I don't feel like I have used them correctly. Another font(s) I could use?
I have created a cover page for my folder in my Ar Communication class. I was going for minimalist, simple and clean. Has anyone else ever created a cover page for a folder or book, what do you recommend or suggest.
Pic Related, that is the cover I created.
I know, logical fallacy on my part.
I had previously experimented with simple shapes and decals. Thanks for the observance.
Post here your favorite logo.
>inb4: Spartan Gold Clubs and Duck and Mallard restaurant
I actually really like the Pinterest logo, it's simple, to the point so it works in all sizes, from tiny mobile app icons to bigger print and letter heads (works in black and white too) it gets that single letter recognition (like F for Facebook, A for Amazon etc) it works both as the letter P and a pin with twine on it with no one having to tell you what it's meant to represent (like the stupid Commonwealth Bank logo)
teach me databending techniques
May I ask how? And also is there a method for animated databending?
It's just coincedental, I was planning on asking for the formal name and method used to make this and your thread appears to me.
Is it trash? Should I start over?
Inspired by that other crocodile post.
No editorial design thread? How so?
Some pages I've made in this gif
Is graphic design a well paid job in your country?>Translation: Graphic Designer Barbie
I live in the suburbs of New York so I'm a train ride from NYC. There it ranges anywhere from 40k-80k+ a year.
this is based on casual google searches, so if any designers in NYC can correct me feel free to.
Picture related, but good luck finding a job here, unless you have plenty of past experience.
Also if you want to know the average salary of a job in your location payscale.com is a pretty good website for that.
If you're a junior designer, it's mediocre. But if you posess some other talents, you can earn a shit load of money. Selling yourself well is more important than making good work. Doing both is gold.
I'm trying to figure out how to add GLUI to my opengl project. I tried to install it thru apt-get but the packages are not available. I've downloaded a zip file which contains the headers and the sources files but I dont know where to copy the source, and which line to type to compile the whole whole stuff.I am working on other projects and this GLUI stuff is time consuming, some guidance or help would be appreciated, thanks.
you dont copy the source code you need to compile it. you need to install the build-essential package. if you dont want to mess with compiling source code you can just install an arch based distro such as manjaro and its mos likely on the AUR
why would you use GLUI, it's old and ugly as fuck. Probably uses only legacy OpenGL, and it requires GLUT (yuck.)
Look into some of the modern alternatives; turbobadger, nanovg, maybe kiui.
If you need something significantly more complex, you can embed an opengl context into QtQuick and vice-versa.
I have no idea where to go for this, maybe /g/, maybe here but im hoping one of you can help me with my Photoshop woes
I recently got a new monitor, its running off of my motherboard, but if I try to run photshop cs5 it doesnt allow me to do 3d because it seems that photoshop is automatically defaulting to my CPU instead of my AMD GPU.
I downloaded CC and now it doesnt even start a new file unless I disable my second monitor and then start it up.
Everything I see online is giving me tips with an nvdia card, but im AMD. Someone help pls
your onboard "graphics card" isn't powerful enough to run both the 3d features of photoshop and a second screen at the same time. You can go to edit>preferences>performance to tweak settings and have photoshop use less resources which might help
I found your problem.
Make sure you check the AMD site for any firmware updates, then software updates.
If that doesn't work, check for firmware updates to your motherboard.
If that doesn't work, update to Windows 10. Sadly, this last one has fixed over a dozen problems I was having with Win 7.
I have a 7970, and an i7 3770k, theyre seperate. The second screen is vga'd out of the mobo. I cant adjust the memory usage because it crashes immediately.
Yeah I might just end up selling this card and getting a nvidia card, Ive had problems with this thing in the past, cause ive already done all the updates and all
¡Hey! I'm helping a friend to make her logo, I tried my best and she liked my work but you guys are truly amazing
Pic is the original logo she send me. I'm going to upload my version.
>Let us see how good you are.
This homework is over and we are not really professionals or anything,we don't want you to make homework for us, we just want to see your work pleaaaaaase
This is my version
If you want to base your project on mine just tell me and I'll upload the gimp project
>tfw you will never be this good
Has he simply edited the paths of an actual ampersand or spliced part of an & together with hand drawn elements and then added the beaks etc?
>Really good concept, but the design is very simple.
I don't get the problem with that. Its a logo, its supposed to be simple. Its the concept that makes it what it is
How common do you think it is for people who make ads and similar to hide stuff in them?
Do you know any examples of when this has been discovered?
"Chip art" is somewhat related. Engineers often hide microscopic images or text on them that gets printed on every chip
not that common since you have to be very smart and subtle about it. you can watch tons of vids on youtube about that stuff but most of them are just coincidences. a few years ago i watched a documentary probably made by a christian channel and it shows a lot of subliminal messages in cartoons/ads/tv etc. but i haven't been able to find it again it was like 3 hours long and most of the things they show didn't make any sense at all but it was fun to watch.
>Wilson Bryan Key - Subliminal Seduction
>Stephanie Louise Young - Subliminal Advertising Techniques
Any idea what kind of work I should submit for my portfolio into uni? I know it has to be graphic design related but all I can think about are imaginary logos and posters. I suck at drawing so that's out of the question too
I have a uni interview tomorrow, what I'm bringing is all my finished work and sketchbooks including development
Sketchbook development is important
Also when I submitted my mini-portfolio when I was trying to get the interview spot, they gave me criteria to fill in (10 digital work, 10 traditional work/development), but it may differ depending on the course you're looking to apply for
Hell, I even submitted random shit like a wooden clock I made 3/4 years ago, some art and design stuff from high school and some 3D modelling stuff I do it my free time.
I have a problem. I am new to graphic design, and generally any kind of image editing, so I might not know specific terms. I have a couple of images I was working on in paint.net, and I moved parts(selections) of the image, which would in turn move the selection, but also leave a checkered space where the image used to be. I was fine with this, and I thought it looked pretty cool in context with my image. When I exported the image from paint.net, I was able to view it in my windows photo viewer, but the checkered spaces where black. I was fine with that too, until I opened it up in a different photo viewer. Instead of being black, the spaces were now white. I had designed the image with the thought in mind that the spaces would be black. Now they were white, and the image looked like crap. So my question for you guys is:
Is there a way that I can convert these checkered/black/white spaces into universally black?
I tried to be as concise and clear as possible.
BTW, pic related is/should be predominately black. I do have some white spaces in the pic, but that was intentional, and not a result of any selection moving.
Viewing the picture through firefox on 4tune, the checkered spaces are completely see through, at least for me. This should make it easier to see which spaces I am talking about.
Save it as a .png
The checkered area means it's transparant. But not all file(like .jpg) can view this.
If you however do want a checkered patern, google a pic and just place it in a layer under ur current one .
I need to design a mascot with humanoid appearance. And the question is:
It is immoral to use an image to the design structure? I should try to draw with my knowledge? Or is "okay" to use this "cheat"?
It is okay to use images purchased from other photographers in advertising campaigns, but in art have a nonsense ethics.
I really do not know what to do, and both sides have their defense.
Oh, and no, this is not an artwork, but a graphic design work.