On a contructive note, I think from a technical standpoint the video is okay, even though the pixelated background with the smooth fonts and vector graphics kinda triggers me. Maybe you should have stayed with a pixaleted font to give the whole thing some definitive direction and not just mix it all up.
Next time you might want to spend your time on something less maymay'esque, you could have also made fun of 2000s meme/internetculture in some original way instead of just trying to copy.
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I love art like this. Where would someone go to make this type of work and outline how one would begin to learn to make stuff like this.
What do you think about these?
Plans on majoring/ career in graphic design.
all flat and boring, is this what graphic design has become?
make something original, the only reason why I remotely like any of them is because I know where each picture refers to, if you didn't have that connection with certain members of the audience it's all garbage!
I'm kidding don't give up, always tell yourself that' you're bad so you have room for improvement. If you're content with what you produce you will never create good stuff.
It's bad too be honest but your layout is good, and the color choice for the drill one is great, besides the type.
Can you do better?
Can anyone rate my teams logo, we play counter strike, i made it using strictly photoshop and i have no idea how to use Ai, i was wondering if it was possible to create 2d logos using strictly photoshop or should i learn how to use Ai
Making logos is strongly discouraged as you can only export to a specific max size. You should just trace your existing logo in so as your first project. It shouldn't be too hard since it"s a symmetrical shield.
I'm trying to find a logo to go on the back of my business card. I'm a musician, not a graphic designer, so I'm just going through some copy paste-level stuff before I go to somebody who actually knows what they're doing.
I'm a bass player, so I figured the simplest and most understandable symbol to use is the bass clef. I wanted to find a way to spice it up a little without taking away its emphasis, and I stumbled upon the far right image. I figured it would be nice if I used my own fingerprint (the police will do it for a fee), configured a circle out of it, and put the bass clef in the middle. Kind of looks like some sort of seal or stamp, And I figure it would go good on the back of a business card.
And suggestions? Bogus idea? I thought about using my name, but my initials are AA which is all too common, and I figured adding text would be overkill since it's going to be on the other side of the card anyways. Thanks guys.
I like you idea. Few things:
>Don't use a real finger print
>I think you would want to make the finger print less apparent, so grey it out or use thinner lines.
>Make the bass clef black so it is more apparent
>I wouldn't worry about your initials. Your bass clef and title on the card will be enough context for the logo.
>And the logo should be small on the front, and big on the back (or leave the back blank to save money, which is fine too; lots of writing space).
I just recently had somebody give me one of these. They're cool, but I'd like to have some regular cards as well. Musicians tend to lose a lot of picks.
How can I achieve something like this? I have tried duotone but it aint the same.
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What do you guys think about those?
We made it together with a friend, do you like them?
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!!! PIC UNRELATED !!!
NEED A LOGO WITH : Teez on it !
× can someone make one and upload it ?
× But no 3D pls
× Album cover : Shindy - FBGM
Will someone please make it look like my cousins in a ghetto neighborhood surrounded by mean lookin' thugs?
What are these types of logos called and how are they made?
does /gd/ approve of this?
they wanted to have a clearly unique visual mostly in order to being set apart from Australia's flag (foreigns/tourists can't tell the difference)
Ok /gd/ I have never EVER been on this board before, but I really need your advice. Pls hear me out!
Today I talked to a family friend who owns a big company in my country. They make fabric textures, flooring, interior design, and decorations for special occasions, those kinds of things. Because he recently lost a lot of employees from a recent recession, he is offering me a job in whatever I can make myself useful in. But that's not the only reason. Thing is, for some reason my parents told him, that I'm good at drawing and graphical stuff. I mean yeah, I can draw... a little... but he thinks that I can come up with some real fancy shit. But I don't know squat about interior design! I am literally pic related.
What am I supposed to do? The pay is kind of sweet, the workplace is right next to where I live. Can some of you /gd/ people give some advice? I would really appreciate it.
You either bullshit your way through it and put ALLOT of work into home-studying graphic design, typography, color theory and all that fun stuff just to come up with something passable.
Or you take the asshole route and pull every design you need from mock-ups, templates, pinterest and Behance and pray to sweet lordie Jesus that it doesnt come to bite you in the ass in time.
Or you take the short route and tell the guy your parents were wrong and that you know jack shit about /gd/, but that you can still help in packaging/shelving.
I'm gonna try and learn as much as I can, and if I can't manage I guess I can be contempt with shelving/packaging. I'm gonna start searching for some literature and vids for home-study. But if you want to give me some heads up on specific names and titles, I'd appreciate it very much. Thx /gd/.