Do we love Gotham?
are any of you employed?
what's your position?
Arial or Helvetica?
Fuck that modern rubbish Akzidene-Grotesk is what you want.
>120 years old.
how do I add some life to my lame jurassic park
Get the gate right.
The gate is everything.
Add small herds of dinos running around.
I'm not sure what's keeping the dinosaurs from destroying the buildings either.
Are they in the enclosure? Is there an enclosure? Those Pterodactyls fuck people up and they're just casually flying around (until they see someone). That watchtower by the lake won't keep people safe.
Hi there /g/raphic designers. Pic related is my desktop, and I'm interested to see if I turn it into a larger-size print for my wall.
As you can see, the pic itself would fit fully on a 14- or 15" computer screen (I have a 13" laptop so it's a bit big for my desktop). Ideally, I would like to scale it up to 3x the length and width for hanging on a wall.
>Is this possible?
>Is this a good idea?
>If yes for both, who would I go to to make it happen?
Meh, you could do it but I doubt it'll look good. It's about 1700x1000 right now, three times is going to give you A3 size, it's not going to look nice blown up to that size.
If you find a higher res picture, I usually print stuff like that at a copyshop, If theres a university where you live there should also be one of those.
Choose thicker paper.
>be graphic design student
>5 days to design a resume
>spend 3 sketching
>come up with an idea
>bring it into indesign
>idea is awful
>had the idea to use colors to create rhythm and bring attention to center of resume
>not enough room to write resume info
>literally no design elements used on text other than color
>tfw you know whats wrong and still don't know what to try
>need to do 2 resumes, 2 mood boards, and 2 cover letters by tomorrow
>ready to kill myeslf
>vent to non design friends
>"dont overthink it, just go with what you feel!"
>shit doesnt fly in commercial arts
>been obsessing over this one project for the past few days
ive tried looking for inspiration online but every fucking resume looks like shit to me. I personally like the really clean cut/well aligned/nice use of space and layout of text ones but all these faggots are doing 10 drawings for the background. thats not designing to me, your just drawing a bunch of pictures to hide the fact that your resume is plain like anybody elses.
explain the degradation of quality
Is this pure butthole? Are there any redeeming qualities?
Hello I work for a company that deliver food and they use this shitty logo. How would you re-create it?
So, Im thinking about going back to school for GD. I don't know too much about it, but how steep is the learning curve?
I took me about 30 minutes to make this. Also, does it matter what kind of school I go to?
Just take a cheap class at a community college, learn the fundamentals. The rest you can learn online + practice.
Speaking of fundamentals the tree line is too close to the center and the left mountain peak is too close to the top of the image. The mountains would be much more interesting if they were less uniform/symmetrical.
Probably because he just ripped off that image for that Firewatch game, and felt like it was different enough to call his own.
The fact that he had to spell out the time he took to make it only adds to the problem. No one gives a fuck. I don't know if he expects us to be impressed, or cut him slack because he didnt feel like he should put the effort in to make it good.
All that, and there's a dedicated thread for questions like these.
hey guys, a little while ago i posted here about making my first ever poster fr my first ever assignment for my first ever print design class. i ended up jerking off for most of the week and only completing in the day it was due.
Teacher hasnt seen it yet so im here asking for your guys' opinion. Is this a fail? I know i couldve done better with the photoshop but i was running out of time (i know thats not an excuse)
What sort of things are inspiring y'all lately? Artist, pics, inspo thread.
You've just been assigned to create a logo fo rthe new company name, Sterling Cooper and Partners; SC&P. What do you make?
in this itt thread post stuff you made and other people judge you
>post album cover art that you made