Band Logo, thoughts?
Guess you want a Black Metal vive but that reminds me of <<
how do I improve my logo
company name is
pic related, how do I make my logo geometrical
Here you go OP
I tried to make it geometrical as fuck.
Attaching a vector based pdf so you can blow it up to ANY resolution and won't have to worry bout your logo no more.
You owe me. I'll trust you, but have recorded your IP just in case.
If you plagiarise, you're replaced by preschooler who will do a far better job than you did.
I liked this alot 2bh
I'm trying to create a lattice-type design in Photoshop. This is a crude mockup I did with the brush tool--ideally, I'd like the ability to move the vertices around on the fly and see the shape change in response, as well as the ability to fill the space within with different colors. I've tried using the pen tool to do this, but it doesn't seem to let me interconnect shapes (as in, once I close a square, I can't branch off one of its vertices without creating an entirely new, unrelated shape).
Should I tackle this in Illustrator? Is this even doable? Thanks for the help in advance, lads.
Yeah it would be a lot easier to tackle this in illustrator, if you want advanced effects on it that you can't do in illustrator, just do file > place and import the illustrator file into photoshop later.
This way you can open up the file through photoshop, which opens illustrator for editing, then it will update the shape in your photoshop file instantly.
All the Adobe programs play well with each other, there are ways to combine them that let you do way more things.
Also: I'd advise doing separate shapes for the planes, like you were before. The direct selection tool (White Arrow) lets you select anchor points, not shapes. This lets you draw a marquee around a bundle of them (where 4 planes intersect for instance) and it will move them all, and the lines would adjust accordingly.
Also this lets you align them to each other, making them snap to exactly the same position as each other with 1 button
I found this image online with the bright blue and magenta highlights to give this neon feel, my question is does anyone know how would I achieve this effect on a portrait?
Any tutorials or tips would be greatly appreciated
Dude you can disect channels after converting to CMYK, you pick each window, select bitmap > halftone (or any other style)
In case of half tone a new window will appear, it is where you enter the angle of for every color..
collect all layers and put them in one window CMYK order and one extra white layer in the back ground
I'm seeking some critique for a division page in my school's yearbook. Our yearbook theme implies beauty, hence the flowers and the color palette.
So /gd/ what changes should I make to improve upon this?
Hello guys, how this graphics art called like ? Its like very simple graphics..
Is anyone willing to pay me to make something for them. Hoping for at least £50-100.
>Pic somewhat related
The whole picture is awful.
Hiroyuki should run a contest on /gd/ to make a new one or just use the logo.
Have you ever designed a regular publication? I want to but you'll never be able to unless you're 30 years of experience.
How to start your own publication? And make enough to keep it going?
Things you do while high.
Me: I was listening Purple Noise - Boris Brejcha and this shit just came up.
Im in the creative part of advertising at school and a teacher once told me, "never say the same thing twice", the song is called Purple Noise, you used purple AND wrote purple, that's too much
Trying to get the typography right on this as I want to get this mug printed.
I know the font is Gill Sans on "YOU JUST GOT" but the "LITT UP!" doesn't seem quite right, especially the UP! text.
Is it the kerning? I've tried various things but can't seem to get it quite right? Then I thought it may the the curvature of the mug distorting the font? What do you think? Any help appreciated!
Need a graphic designer to create some sketch-like images for an app. Where do I go to hire?
not on 4chan.
Find their portfolio on behances and stuff and once your choose your designer ask him if he's available for a work. He should ask your back what he need and gives you a price.