Not sure if I can ask this question here, but I really want to get into graphic design. And I was wondering if there was a good download/crack for the latest Adobe cc.
I'm not planning on using it professionally, just as a hobby. A friend of mine recently found a good version for mac, but it doesn't work on pc (yes I use windows).
Any help will be greatly appreciated!
I've gotten into graphic design a while ago and I really liked it. I used to do really shitty YouTube banners for money, but I kind of got bored of it. So I was wondering if someone knows a website where you can just work on requests from other people. Not looking for anything to make money, just wanna get some experience and maybe feedback.
(The gif was made in like 5 minutes, I just used it because I cant make a post without an Image)
Check out worth1000(nevermind, it appears to have died earlier this year)
You can try looking for design competitions.
What I did for web design was I found websites that were related to shit I did, like gaming(clans, guilds etc.) and would do their websites for free, it netted me tons of connections and work experience.
You seem to be more pixel orientated, try finding a pixel design community or game design community and offer up free sprites etc.
What laptop do you use for school or outside?
I was considering the T460s at first but I read that its sRGB color gamut was only 66%
Is this the new Wacom Cintiq killer?
Wondering if anyone has any real experience with either job area.
Going into college to finish up my Bachelors and unsure which degree to take, Graphic or Web Design.
>Which one has more jobs?
>Which one is most needed?
>Which one makes more than the other?
Not too sure, could use some help with some of these answers and anymore that might come up.
Getting a job in graphic design is just lol. Dont wanna tell you what you can and cant do, but jobs in just pure graphic design are extremely scarce, pay shit, and just generally not worth it imo.
Web design youve got more options. Generally more boring/tedious, but pay is better and if you know how to make connections with the development people and clients, then you'll pretty much never be out of a job.
Either way you go op you should learn some copywriting skills. These are extremely in demand. If you can convicne people to sell shit with just your written words, then you'll go far. Tbh i think copywriting as a skill is more important than high level design. You can get by by just being decent at web/graphic design but being a good copywriter.
Can you expand on this?
I was actually going to go into Computer Science, but I am not all that math literate (even though in college I passed my math classes with A's) and don't know much about coding or programming, even though it interests me. I'm kind of artistically inclined.
So Web Design would be the better option I am guessing?
Any other side classes I should take with that?
Or any other advice, is there anything I can do now to help me prepare and get ahead in class?
Im pretty new to Adobe Illustrator so please bear with me. Im trying to create a low poly art but Im not going to fill the shapes instead Im gonna use stroke so that it would look like a mesh.
My problem is that I want to get rid of the excess "point", the one that are in circled in red, and I need your help to make it look like the one in circled in green.
It did solve the problem but now there's another one. Is there anyway to overlap the shape's sides?
This brochure I'm working on. What you guys think?
Share your work on Illustrator.
>Pro tip: You cucks can't.
How do we not make it look autistic, /gd/?
How do I make images fade out like this around the edges?
Halftones. Doable in Photoshop with Color Halftone, Illustrator with the built-in halftone effect (better with the Phantasm plugin), or Clip Studio Paint with Tone. I'm sure many other programs can also do it.
"halftones" is a printing technique to generate color range and gradients prior to process band printing.
While the effect name in PS and AI is accurate, you referring to "images fade out like this around the edges" as halftones isn't inherently accurate.
This is my logo. R8 and post your logos for r8ing.
I have a business card assignment and so far my professor disliked all my submissions.
I need someone that wants to make a logo for me,
it has to be this symbol in a cool looking graphical way
4chan, give me your honest opinion. Does this logo look good? Context; This logo is for a soup delivery business.
No. It doesn't look good. The elements clash. The fairy is a silhouette. The bowl is geometric outline with a fixed line width. The font, while readable is highly unfairy like.
Also, it's not wise to accept food from a fairy so you got your work cut out for you.
What are your thoughts on the new "Kojima Productions" logo?