Hey can you guys tell if this has been photoshopped? This girl is tricking people into buying pills to loose weight. I want to call her out. I'm thinking she has enlarged the left side?
You can check the original image's exif metadata (we can't since 4chan deletes it) and it should say if it was saved with photoshop. But that's not very useful since both pictures have had to be put together in some kind of image editing softwre.
It does look shopped though
A) There's a difference in skin colors and the edges of it are feathered.
B) That bumpy angle looks weird and unnatural
May not be photoshopped. You can do this yourself. Make your stomach stick out and then pull it in. Fat then skinny. There is also a lighting change. Try it. You don't need photoshop to do this
Post the earliest shit you have on record.
I get big pass on this, while I have been working in AI and it's relations since 2000 I was so fucking wrecked the whole time I have no files to speak of from this time.
This is the oldest native file I have. Post yours.
I've been out of the graphic design loop for a while. Adobe now has a subscription plan that supplanted their already highway robbery system of charging tons of shekels for just one program, although when you own it, you own it (at least for one license, goy). What the FUCK is this shit?
I actually think it's pretty decent. Adobe knows that most people pirate it either way, and they've always been smart enough to not fight it too much, because they know the ones that pirate it will have to buy it when they start commercially either way. Also, the photography and student deals are real cheap, especially considering that you get the newest versions and updates automatically instead of having to buy a new version every year or so.
Anyways, for commercial usage, it's a pretty small cost, especially for medium to large studioes like the one I work at. But then again, my boss pays for my license so I don't really care.
>Adobe knows that most people pirate it either way, and they've always been smart enough to not fight it too much, because they know the ones that pirate it will have to buy it when they start commercially either way.
I just realised this sentence didn't make any sense, sorry. What I was trying to say is that adobe doesn't really take kids using their software for hobby stuff into consideration, because they know that those kids will get accustomed to adobe and buy the software as soon as they need to get a commercial license when/if they ever start in a creative field later on.
leaf icon is kind of boring and generic, it would be fine I guess for some client that doesn't want anything flashy.. but if it's for a portfolio or graphic design homework it's not good.
I've recently seen that umlaut used in the same way for a design project somewhere on the internet. I can't remember the name of it right now. It saddens me that now I will never be able to use that because someone else has already thought of it and if I also do it, it means that I stole his/her concept. It pisses me off that sometimes when I'm ideating concepts I will stumble over exactly the same thing. I don't want people to consider me a thief, but how should I defend myself if this happens?
can you put the words LOUD JUNGLE BIRDS on this picture in a /gd/ way?
hey /gd/ i asked /g/ about this but they just kinda ignored me. My laptop screen an heroed in the middle of the night while i was sleeping. I'm gonna take it apart abit after work with a friend and see if i can get it working properly, but just in case what laptops would you recommend that can competently run creative cloud products?
pic related is the computer screen in question.
I'm not much of a designer, more of a photographer, but I am trying to train myself here and there to get better.
I was wondering if anyone could give a quick tip as to how to achieve these flat look. The purple window in the attached image looks so flat. I'm not sure how to explain it, but I love that look.
Sorry if my description is hard to understand. I'm not really sure how to explain.
tl;dr: how do you achieve the flat sort of lifeless look the purple window has in the attached image?
How good is Buzzfeed's design?
Thoughts about the layout, specifically popular posts on top of the page?
I've seen worse, but you can tell they're just throwing things in they've seen on successful sights without knowing why. I'd say the only thing they have going for them is mobile compatibility, but I'm sure their site spams shitty pop ups that don't work on mobile
As much as I hate it, and most people with an eye for design will as well, it is one of the most successful sites on the web.
Even though it may look trash, the design obviously works for their brain dead audience who needs things shoved in their face at every corner.
Cool. Can you tell what exactly is bad looking here? Hierarchy is pretty good, everything is clean, featured stuff is decently highlighted. Overall, it doesn't look anything special to me, but I think the design is pretty good.
It's certainly better that those design-y websites with thumbnails that take 80% of screen space.
I can't tell why I kinda like that full width thing on top. I've been thinking about implementing it on my site, so I'd like to ask if that would be a good idea or is it just a meme.
Hey /gd/ total novice but got an interview for a Graphic Design internship that I would love to land. My portfolio is mostly Illustration work however, its my major. What should I do?
Thank you /gd/ this is huge, I'm going to spend all day preparing.
I'll report back in tomorrow after the interview and let you guys know how it went
OI whats better cyka
How would one go about landing a job as a graphic designer for a japanese magazine? In my last year of HS I did my 3 board design portfolio about my own magazine. Now
im nearing the start of my graphic design course which will just give me a diploma and im just trying to think ahead. I really like the style I see in a few japanese mags I have.
>How would one go about landing a job as a graphic designer for a japanese magazine?
To start up with, living in Japan wouldn't hurt...
You will grow out of being a weeaboo eventualy though.
I don't even watch anime dawg.
What I meant by I like them was the style in Jap mags, mainly fashion and lifestyle ones like Popeye, Woofin and The Day. I really like the articles these guys come out with as well as their design style and working along with them could be smth really cool imo.
Like mentioned, thinking ahead
>What I meant by I like them was the style in Jap mags, mainly fashion and lifestyle ones like Popeye, Woofin and The Day.
Those are ultra-influenced by western magazines. You only know the japanese ones because you care about japanese lifestyle (and you browse those /fa/ scan threads). And you care about japanese lifestyle because you're a fucking weeb.
Hey /gd/ can you help me on my decision here?
I wanna study animation and digital art, I have a big passion for it. However there are no colleges with that career near me, but there plenty of schools teaching graphic design.
How similar are these two? Should I study graphic design even though I just wanna be an animator and illustrator?
Animation is not graphic design, and graphic design is not animation.
If you want to do one or the other, I suggest sticking to that.
Graphic design would involve stuff like logo design, package design, advertising, print design, etc.
Animation heavily depends on illustration and animation (of course).
I'm looking for wordpress themes with interesting layouts, the ones in ThemesForest are so boring.
Any ideas where to find them?
I was talking something more in the line of pic related: juxtaposicioned content, flowing balance, grind breaking...
Hi! I've made a tutorial "How to make hidden images in PNG". I hope you'll like it.