Ok, /gd/, it's been a while since I posted about this the first time. I always decide not to bother you and continue working on it, but I realized I can't do it anymore without some direction and feedback from you.
Basically, I've been developing this news portal of mine, around 2 months passed by and I've been working on the design here and there, since there were no deadlines, but I'll have to present it soon, so I need to finish it.
Keep in mind that I still don't have much experience in this so I have serious troubles with my workflow.
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This is a news portal about movies (don't bother about navigation links, this is actually just a test version, not one that is online at the moment).
I would like to achieve a more classic look. I am thinking about some aesthetics from high fashion (look at Vouge.fr for example), but then again, I was also thinking about modernist approach (Bauhaus).
Colors: black, white, not sure about accent, but beige is one of the probable choices.
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Ok, the article page. This is the current version, and basically, this is with what I've started and had a clearer direction than with the frontpage.
Last time it seemed that anons liked it. I was playing around with the dark background for film information, I don't know how you feel about that. Ignore the disgusting italics in the header, that font doesn't work very well in italic.
Then, I tried something cleaner, like this. Thoughts? The problem is that, this is a news portal after all, and I'm not sure if I really should add recommended content to the side or have the design have the main role.
I've seen some modern companies who do really cool stuff with this kind of dramatic width difference (ie some characters are very extended and some very condensed) but it's definitely gonna remind people of 00s-20s design styles.
There is a certain "flatness /soft" look to album art especially in the typography during the early 2000s and earlier. Is there any way i can authentically create the same textury look of album art from that era using digital means?
I mean specifically, if i use the same typeface and colors "recreating it digitally". the same white will be too uniform or still have too much contrast compared to the rest of the image. (here the type is super flat and A PART of the cover)
A guy repeatedly asking me to make stuff for him, I ask him for directions and he has none. Make some mockups and he doesn't like them, I ask him what he doesn't like and wants changed, he doesn't know. Fucking mongoloid
Why does Photoshop leak memory so fucking fast when I use my pen tablet?
After like half an hour of drawing the memory usage climbs up to 2 GB usage and then the application goes all haywire, giving an error whenever I try to click File->Save and other actions. It's not like I'm doing something retarded like creating dozens of layers and tons of effects and plugins, I'm just using the brush and eraser tools.
I don't have this issue with other programs like Krita and SAI.
Should I just settle for GIMP and figure out its weird interface?
>Using CC 2014.2.4 (2/8/2016) >Tried CC 2015 last year and it was even worse, gets really laggy >Have CS6 as well, but I think I was having problems with that too >Latest GPU and tablet drivers >Win7 x64; i7-3770s; 16GB RAM; GTX 960
>>273822 You need to vetorize it in order to enlarge it without pixelating it. Bad news OP. That image is full of tiny details and you won't be able to auto-trace it with vector magic or whatever software, it needs to be done manually and that's a painfuly slow and boring task. No sane person will do that for free. I searched the image and found stores selling hoodies with the design, just buy one, it will be easier. Also, here you have a better resolution version of it.
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