This is a logo for a plumbing/cleaning/waste dealing company. Any tips or ideas?
made the head bigger and image simpler
maybe try better colors, the grey is flat and willdissappear
So I tried two different designs, removing the bulky hexagon from the spray bottle. You think it's still too detailed?
Hi amazing anons of /gd/ - is there any way to make my path like the one on the right, without having to remove the whole path and do that specific part with the rounded pen tool?
I tried now everything and I can't even get the usual lines to appear where you drag the path to be rounded shape
Could someone tell me exactly color balance and hue saturation works.
I'm scanning something, and it's coming out extremely yellowish for some reason, and I can't seem to fix it no matter how I mess with the hue saturation.
Top is a digital version of the image that's been on the internet.
Bottom is the version I scanned.
Is there any possible way to make the bottom one look like the top color wise? Because my scan is more crisp and clear that the digital version, but the colors are all off.
Here's the PSD.
I'm either doing it wrong, or it's just not possible to fix.
Because getting the skin tone to match on the bottom image makes everything else in the image look drastically different.
The rest of the colors are not that far off, it's just the skin that looks awful because it's so yellow.
Maybe I'll just have to make a mask around the skin areas and selectively edit those parts.
I was just hoping there would be a way that took less effort.
I make these in my free time and plan to make stickers to earn some extra cash
Are they shit? Are they good? How to improve?
Can I get a freelance job doing these?
Very awesome, keep going on. Illustration is hard. The magic ball seems very much how it's supposed to be. Tip to improve - try to continue drawing of the graphic in this particular case of the magic ball with hands. Make arms, torso, etc, continue the drawing.
How do you create a good memorable yearbook that isn't cheesy or too simple?
Good luck with that. Your best is to get inspiration from like, "family-friendly" brands like Target and Ikea: Big splashes of flat color, bold but minimalist type. Dynamic layout, lots of breathing room, very few ornaments.
see this kind of shit (courtesy of Urban Outfitters) ? Do that.
this is if you want it to be high-effort
I've only been using photoshop heavily for about 2 months ago. I've been learning how to make fashwave. How good is this in comparison to the more experienced and good looking ones?
EVERY MORNING I WAKE UP AND OPEN PALM SLAM A VHS INTO THE SLOT. IT’S CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK AND RIGHT THEN AND THERE I START DOING THE MOVES ALONGSIDE WITH THE MAIN CHARACTER, RIDDICK. I DO EVERY MOVE AND I DO EVERY MOVE HARD. MAKIN WHOOSHING SOUNDS WHEN I SLAM DOWN SOME NECRO BASTARDS OR EVEN WHEN I MESS UP TECHNIQUE. NOT MANY CAN SAY THEY ESCAPED THE GALAXYS MOST DANGEROUS PRISON. I CAN. I SAY IT AND I SAY IT OUTLOUD EVERYDAY TO PEOPLE IN MY COLLEGE CLASS AND ALL THEY DO IS PROVE PEOPLE IN COLLEGE CLASS CAN STILL BE IMMATURE JEKRS. AND IVE LEARNED ALL THE LINES AND IVE LEARNED HOW TO MAKE MYSELF AND MY APARTMENT LESS LONELY BY SHOUTING EM ALL. 2 HOURS INCLUDING WIND DOWN EVERY MORNIng
which one of these guys are you op ?
could someone take away the glasses on the right of the computer and the speaker too
Hey guys, I saw how DUIK works here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCPZwbhWs_w to animate a character, however, I was wondering what other alternatives (Free) are out there, Could you suggest any?
Hey guys. i am a second year graphic design student and my school requires a laptop so i can work on my projects in class.
I will be using this computer as my main machine. I plan to use most of adobe's programs such as indesign and photoshop.
I dont know what will benefit me most. A computer that is small and portable or a bigger computer that is heavier and more powerfull.
I do not live on campus so i would have to take this computer back and forth on public transport plus some walking everyday.
heres what i had in mind.
macbook pro 13 inch no touch bar ( i heard it performs better when compared to the touch bar version)
with 16 gb ram and 256 ssd 2.3 ghz dual core i5 processor
or the 15 inch mac book pro with
2.8 ghz quad core i7
dedicated radeon 555 graphics
16 gb ram , so basically the stock model of the 15 inch.
the price would be about 1700 with my student discount for the 13 inch vs 2250 for the 15 inch.
I want something that will last me the rest of my school career so about another 3 years. i dont want to have to worry about buying another computer though.
thanks in advance
/gd/ on a 13 inch screen seems like a bad idea.
also, design=mac was true in the early 90s but is nothing but a meme these days.
if you are a mac fanboy go for it, otherwise, save some money and get a better machine.
also, don't worry about the gpu, it's only useful for 3d rendering and you aren't gonna do that on a laptop in the first place
my school primarily teaches on macs though. they even said that it was up to us to figure out some of the bugs that might be apparent on windows and not macs.
also i have a 21.5 inch imac that is slow running adobe but it might be doable if i need a bigger screen.
what other computers should i look at?
so the gpu isnt important? i dont plan to play any games on the computer. i would just use it as an adobe machine
If you don't have to be portable or can work from the cloud and in labs on campus, get a desktop. More bang for your buck.
Apples are fine and dandy but are NOT a necessity. Really hoping this thread doesn't devolve into another OS flamewar.
Ideas for a /good/ Design with the letter "D"?