Where do you guys find your stock photos (that are free of charge without registering)?
I only know of Pexels (that is somewhat decent), but there are not many photos there.
I am a broke artist and I am looking for one of you talented individuals to make my cover art. Please help.
Please don't hate just upload the original file.
"if you're going to go retarded go full retarded." - me
If you need inspiration please ask.
I know this is no request, but can someone tell me, how i can improve my work ??
There's no real advice to give other than to try and make something most days, even if it's small and not really worth showing to the world.
Look up tutorials and try new things. Fuck around with stuff in whatever program you use never considered messing around with before.
Am I good at photohshop yet?
I need this font, if you know or can help me find it i would be so happy
WTF is this shit? Why did he sell to Japan?
Does anyone know if there is a standard type of floor plan software?
One which architects always use to communicate floor plans to each other?
this, or Revit if you're looking at bigger projects
But the adoption rate of Revit is low because architects like to be stuck in the past when it comes to software. So your best bet is AutoCAD or ArchiCAD
>windows media player
freezes every few seconds without fail
Takes minutes to open
Stays on screen when it crashes, has to be manually taken down
Doesn't even install
Tried a few other and they all had very specific, glaring problems. I usually use my smart tv for any kind of video so I never really used video players.
Is there any player thank can perform the simple task of smoothly playing videos and occasionally show subtitles?
How do you deal with the near-constant anxiety and depression that comes with being a professional designer?
How do you go about finding a small industrial space the size of a bedroom to make your office for under $500? I'm in south Texas.
Do the colors look good together?
(and is it maybe a little too offenisve/cynical?)
I found myself in love with the style old american wildlife and park pictures/paintings/sign/adverts. First of all: Do you have any tips or website for getting inspo on those paintings?
Secondly, any tips on how do actually achieve that "painted"-like effect? I know CorelDraw should probably be the best tool, but could I achieve the same effect with a tablet, "nice" brushes and PS/AI?
Thanks in advance
>>>/ic/ will be more helpful than gd for painting.
i guess you could just start playing with a wacom and ps (or the software you are the most comfy with) and see where that leads. i do have a few of those posters along with some /ic/ tutorials/infographics i could post them if you want. but it could take me a while.
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Please help me save this trainwreck of a Kickstarter header image. Excuse the furries, but it's who I'm marketing to.
I'm trying to display the fact that I'm selling cutesy socks, and I have the following suggestions:
">Shitty serif font
You're trying to appeal to people based on cute socks. Use a cute, friendly font.
Either have the characters be accents for the name and put them behind or make them the focus and actually show off the socks. They should be showing off the paw pads under the socks.
>Banding in background
Learn how to into dithering, faggot. Again, the background should emphasise the cuteness angle. Muted generic blue doesn't help. Try something like paw pad pattern background with pastel colours.
At least try to make it look like you spent more than 30 seconds on it."
Anything to add to that?
I'm looking for anything else they might've missed so that I can make as many corrections as possible all at once. Suggestions for an appropriate font, for example, would be appreciated.
General Critique Thread, I'll dump my first and only works and I want your most brutal opinion on them.