This is a simple test of a long-existing design. Please excuse the crude sketch, and it may be very easy, but anyway: the picture describes five types of a thing. Please tell me what the thing is, and please tell me what the five types of thing are, associating them with each of the five things in the picture.
If you agree that this is a good design, are there other designs like it, of similar simplicity-yet-complexity?
Hey, does anybody know the name of this font, or one that is similar?
For my school project i'm planning on creating the design for a mobile OS, complete with settings, lock and home screen and some default apps.
I've done extensive research on the topic, but i still can't decide whether to use Photoshop or Illustrator.
I prefer PS, and i'm used to it, but i'm not sure if graphics can be raster or is vector required?
I'm afraid i'll have problems down the line when adjusting for retina and larger phone sizes if i start the project in Photoshop.
Thank your for any help
Or at least something very similar, any advice/resources will be appreciated.
Make a bunch of 3 line columns.
Rotate them 45º.
Copy+paste on place and reflect>vertical.
Transparency on multiply or maybe darken.
Put on solid color background.
Hey what do you guys think of this. I made for an assignment in my graphic arts class
cool concept but yeah its like there are two worlds:
1 - the flat graphic (obviously digital) controllers
2 - the real world wood texture of the court.
maybe ditch the court (or render it as simplified graphic shapes) and give it a more flat coloured cartoony background?
I was dicking around in Inkscape, trying to make the letter "z", inspired by the vulf font.
It ended up being a "2" but whatever.
The thing is, I've grown reasonably comfortable constructing stuff using stuff that was either directly geometrical or derived from a number of such simple object.
By division, union and stuff. But I don't at all know how to build things that still have a certain symmetry and harmony that are more complex.
As soon as I touch the nodes and try to change them, the balance and symmetry dies.
How you guys create complex shapes while not fucking them up?
I've got a project that some of you guys might be able to help me with.
my brother got an old chevy squarebody, and is getting it road worthy to go cruising in. before it reaches that point, it needs new front suspension parts, like tie rods, etc.
heres where you guys come in. I used to use grafitti spray paint on bare metal parts on suspensions of truck we did fleet work on. both as an eye catcher( oh you used the fancy parts!!!, and as protective coating since graff paint is supposed to be a bitch to get off a surface.
this has been 7 years now. which brands would stand up to motor vehicle use the best? im going bright as fuck contrasting colors, this is all under carriage stuff.except maybe the water pump, power steering and A/C compressor, and the alternator.
real contrast sort of stuff.
which brands do you think would work best ofr this, without me going a couple hundred bucks deep into cerakote. I'd like to stick to graff paint for the palette.
I took the liberty of photoshopping a cold, refreshing can o' Bepis as no one else decided to. It's high quality I guess
I fucking hate graphic designers
Graphic designers are just people who know how to use adobe products
They just photobash things, and "draw" logos and shit in illustrator. (usually just putting circles and other shapes together)
They then go around acting like they are talented and creative people when most of them can't even draw.
But guess what, my a friend of nmy girlfriend made her own business cards and they looked fine. She is a nurse not a designer.
Why did I choose do a degree in this shit again? I feel so stupid sometimes.
All of this is true but fuccbois will never admit it. It's essentially a con job. However, what I think it makes it the worst is the community. You'll find the most pretentious and egotistical people in this industry.
How to do it?
I have a pic with a blank sheet of paper where I want to add a handwritten note to "proof" I am real. ;)
dl 'hand written' fonts
on photoshop add the text you want on a new transparent layer
place text on top of the paper
scale it down and use the transform tool (ctrl+t) and right-click perspective (distort by dragging the edge points till it fits the perspective of the photo/paper)
lower the opacity and right-click rasterize layer if some part of the text needs to be deleted
Just made one hundred 2.25 x 4 inch bumper stickers. The same dimensions as 9 by 16 YouTube videos. Planning to place them in grungy bar bathrooms and lamp poles that already have bunches of stickers on them. Not on anything that is kept clean, nice, or tidy. Thoughts?
Is there a way to get a free lynda premium account?
If not, what are some other free alternatives to it?
I'm interested in learning more about Davinci Resolve, C4D, After Effects, Premiere, Photoshop, Illustrator
I need something almost as simple as this design or you could suggest me any other designs to print on a hoodie, color of the hoodie will be most likely black, help please!
Hey can anyone help me out?
I need to draw a portrait of this girl (pic related), however, every time I try to do that, it looks like shit. I work in Illustrator, so maybe some anons can give me tips on what to do/how to do it?
Any help is appreciated.
Anyone here have any experience with gd at RIT I hear they have good gd but I find I get more honest info in place like this
College dropout here
Did 3 years at RIT
The professors are alright for base core classes but as soon as you get past that it's mostly shit.
Unless you are prepared to spend 4 hours sitting in a room using garbage design speak while a self-centered asshole professor will just grade you based on what they like sure, go for it.
IMO just fuck right off and get into STEM. Design will be dead in the next decade but CS and everything else won't.