How to achieve this kind effect
I actually barfed up $70 for these fonts. Love the look. You stack the fonts in various layers.
Is anyone familiar with Direct-To-Garment printer?
Im planning on opening a business for shirt printing
Where can you get one? Is there a place in California where you can buy it?
I will start studying Graphic Design in March so i wanted to ask which are the best Laptops for the career.
Most Laptops will run the Adobe suite images applications just fine, you'll need a better laptop if you want to edit video.
The only thing you really need to look for is a Laptop with a good screen with color accuracy.
Look for a screen with: IPS, at least 8-bit, at least 1080p, 100% sRGB.
Bad times for freedoms
Anyone else think it looks like the KKK?
I'm from the illustration/painting field and I want to reach a more 'graphical' style (pic related). What do you suggest ? How do you graphic designers learn the fundamentals of design ? I learned composition, balance and rhythm but it's not enough. I need some graphic design knowledge to reach my goal.
Also, who are the best in your field /gd ?
>I learned composition, balance and rhythm but it's not enough. I need some graphic design knowledge to reach my goal.
Those are used in graphic design as well fampai.
Download photoshop and illustrator and learn pen tool. That's the first and most important step into learning 'graphic design'. If you know how to draw, you'll get far.
Just play around with the software until you'll get the hang of it. The rest you need to know is color theory, texture, form, hierarchy, contrast, etc., but I'm sure it's not the first time you see these.
So I'm developing a font and I want to make some cash.
My idea was to distribute it for free, but not for comercial use / logo design, and then with google image search try to find companies which use my logo, and contact them that this is illegal, and squeeze them some bucks or else.
Could this scheme work?
>pick kinda related.
I have two scans of a commission too big for my a4 scanner,
Two images both containing most of the same material, one has a bit more of the top the other a bit more of the bottom,
What can i google to find out how to meld the two, or sew the top on?
what do i even google, its not blending but kind of sewing part of an image to another seamlessly
Does anyone have any pdf's of this?
Anyone of you here use Behance to get around and use as a digital portfolio?
Lets discuss it and share it here
any tips you want t share? any work?
if you want I'll follow your work
Does anyone know of any more studios like man vs machine in london? I'm looking for ones, that do 3D stuff, but graphic design, too.
http://mvsm.com/ is their website
there's an amazing community of 3D peeps on Twitter (including people who work at Man vs. Machine), I suggest you check out their profiles and see who they all follow. Here's a few:
By the way that Air Max ad is AMAZING. I wish I had a good enough computer to do that type of work..
OPEC is supposed to be the world's richest and most influential lobby organisation.
I get the logo spells the company name but it has to be another meaning, otherwise why design it like THIS?