What's up guys I recently create a eSport tram named Ucy-Union with some friends. I talk to many grafic designer to make m'y logo but no succes. I didn't have 300$ to spent on that.. So I made a "Alpha" of what I want.. The result is Nice but mot proffetionnal. I what this shape but with a 'sticker' aspect and Ucy on it you know. Help me come on
If you do something well contact me! [email protected]
Can someone help me with L4D2 Authorising Tools? I am trying to create a window with window frame, but all the entities on the entity menu are unable to be scaled, so appear much larger than the structure I am building.
Also, I cannot seem to find any tutorials for window frame creation (as in to produce a detailed frame with shading and such).
If anyone could help me, it would be absolutely great, and make my night.
What is up /gd
Hello peeps trying to get a gaming channel started on YouTube and am in need of some graphic design up first to come up with some sort of logo and also a intro to my videos got lots of ideas just need that right person to get the job done. Pic not related
What would look better on a video website:
>dark grey navbar, light-grey header, yellowish green background, dark grey buttons
>red navbar, light-grey header, very pale grey background, red buttons
My mom (she's an artist) says that the first one would look much better, while I (a webdev) believe that the second one is far, far better. Who's right? Not linking to the website because of privacy reasons.
I'm using the bootstrap framework by the way, so I think you get the idea what the layout looks like (just like every modern site nowadays).
Also, what do you think of changing from red to blue-ish layout (like the Twitter one)?
When i import from photoshop to after effects my text layer turns out as the upper text "sample". Its as if the letters are transparent, yet it does take away the background effect.
When i try to use the same font and type it in AE, it turns up like sample 2.
I am kinda new to AE and i have no idea whats going on and what i should do to get me text the way i had it in photoshop, can anyone please help me?
I have no idea whats going on but the font in photoshop doesnt have the weird lines inside like in sample 2. Also ive added some effects to it,etc. But when i import it to AE it shows up as the upper sample (shadow like thing)
No growth in current studio so I want to take some stuff i've design for the company and put them up on behance, etc. Asked my boss and he refused, even the rejected studies. I asked my other friends in the field, they said he's wrong and as long as I don't claim it as mine, I could add it in my portfolio discreetly.
What action should I take?
Also what is more in demand nowadays? UX/UI design, motion design or web design? Or is UX/UI basically under web or something
the designs are property of your boss company, start working on your portfolio on the side i once heard the same thing from a 3D guy at a talk.
Get into web a sell on envato market, best move I have ever made, design and build what I want, work the hours I want. Might be a large learning curve if you haven't done any web
pc related: current project, cafe/restaurant woocommerce theme
This was my first time doing a T-Shirt design without any free hand drawing besides the sketch and the shading. Bit of a Star Wars and Portal crossover for the nerds with the deep pockets. Does it look legit?
Improvements for the next design that I should focus on?
Detail is very much appreciated!
If anyone is interested in it, I uploaded it to TeePublic, you can find it under the user meggiemoose.
Any tips you'd like to share for creating professional looking websites?
Is it possible to make a living as a graphic designer using nothing but open source software ?
Probably, but you're going to be stuck taking jobs on Craigslist or working at some shitty Chinese decal shop that uses Corel Draw.
Respectable agencies and companies use the Adobe Suite, either find a way to deal with it or be happy accepting third-rate jobs.
Depends on what you mean. You can make a living with almost anything provided you're willing to try hard enough.
That being said, Adobe is the industry standard and it is what everyone expects you to use.
File associations, compatibility, and for things like raster and vector applications you may be able to get by with Inkscape, Xara, or GIMPin' it.
But the second a client asks you to lay out a large publication, and you DON'T use Indesign, they are going to know. Especially if they intend to go to press with an actual packaged file and you show up with a .pdf.
Anyone know how i could make this better? Any easily found mistakes?
Thanks for the feedback! It's definitely pretty generic feeling, true.
"Finalise" is correct in British English, and spelling "todo" as one word is also reasonably common here.
Is this website or what?
"add item..." and "add project..." is links? If you click it will open new page?
Why "projects", not "Projects"? [spoiler]same with "my instant blablabla".[/spoiler]
Hi /gd/. So I'm looking to start a small graphic design bureau; I have the technical skills to do logos, banners, etc. but need some basic help on which formats, sizes, etc. you normally send out when a task is done..
Also what are some aesthetically visionary marketing bureaus out there right now?
Thanks for the advice. I do study business administration on my third year and can do a little bit more than creating a logo.
If you know anything about standard formats, sizes, what is expecting, etc. that would be great. If not I don't see why you would spend time replying
Help a brother, I need help identifying the font in his poster
Post inspirational sites that you frequent.