What do you guys think of the logo for the flyer in my lifting club? Any suggestions?
It doesn't come together. The logo breaks into combined elements rather than looking unison.
The base concept isn't anything unique, so saving is not worth the effort. Do you have any more concepts or sketches? You should do many of them before settling on a one and then refining it.
Also a reminder, when presenting a logo for critique you should abstain from any unwanted elements, like the bottom wave. You can do whatever you want when showing to the client, but to other designers it is best to view it as it really is.
I need to buy a laptop for graphic design so I can take it to school. What laptop should I buy? Pc or mac?
>one time I used the eraser tool to get rid of some edges
>I make logos in Photoshop sometimes
>I hired someone else to make my business card design
who else /mischief/ here?
that's actually the proper way to do it.
-don't see what's wrong with using the eraser tool, that's what the other end of the wacom pen is for.
>I always try using vector magic instead of tracing over the image I want to vectorize. Usually keep the vecor magic traces and correct them in Illustrator afterwards.
>I have illegally downloaded after effects templates, pimped em and sold them as my own work.
>content-aware fill 4 life
>cracked adobe suit and 784638 plug-ins
company pays me $$$$ to make logo for them
they pay me
then they fuck it all up and use it incorrectly
what's the point of spending 40 hours stressing over a design when other people take a dump on it?
how do i control the way its used next time?
answer- you cant. Some clients are shit like this one, others will respect you more as a designer. I hate to say it, but the more powerful the company, the more freedom and respect the designer gets. Head for that market, not the people at Design Crowd.