It's a pretty simple two-step process, OP. First you open the image in Photoshop - none of that Paint.NET shit here, it has to be Photoshop. Then, you take your keyboard and jam the corner of it into your eye socket until you get the desired effect.
Does anyone know a cheap/affordable programe that i can use to design the exterior of cars? I want a job in engineering but need to get familar with the sort of tools id be using in the future. Thanks!
My mum asked me to design her a logo for her newly opening beauty salon and i stupidly agreed Basically all i want is a little bit of criticism and ideas and if your really nice (I hope you are) you can even add to what I've already come up with
Try strarting over. Then, draw up some basic sketches of what the business does and embodies, write these things down, too. Then, with all that different stuff, try to draw something that looks good. To me, that just looks like a shifty Barbie logo
>>250045 This. Don't just go with the first thing that comes in your mind. Take the name of the business, come up with synonyms, related words, etc. As many words as you can. Then go from there. Also are you are you using Photoshop or Illustrator? Cause the line quality looks like shit. You need to design logos in illustrator so that can work for business cards, or something else small, or blown up into a billboard and not lose quality. Also her tit looks fucking weird. But I would just throw the whole thing out and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A job simply fell onto my lap from the sky. It's a well-paid one, too, and not a single person has even asked about my competence or capabilities. Which is good.
The job is to make a bunch of vector illustrations for a book about nature and stuff for higher education. The previous book from this author sold very well. It's the biggest book publishing company in my country. That's all I'll say about that.
So now I've made all of the ones they requested in Illustrator, and they turned out pretty... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
just put on color proof, and go through everything re-picking colors til it looks right. save this as a separate copy. ask your employer about what printing process they are using. if it's basic cmyk, then you already fixed it best you can on short notice. if it can handle more varied color you may be able to use original/
You may have to pull an all nighter. Put on your favorite youtube series, get some coffee, remember to ask about printing next time and get to work.
>>250034 Well, it's about 4000 dollars, that's a lot to me.
But considering photos printed in books are pretty accurate, is Illustrator lying to me? Here's a picture comparing what I want some lumps of coal to look like in print after adjusting colors for the most appropriate color proofing settings. When color proofing is turned off, it's ridiculous. I can't imagine the difference will be that big. Will it?
Also, does the sharp, bright edge between dark and light colors mean I need to trap?... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm new to video editing and want to replicate this style on the two characters in the webm.
Does anyone know what the artstyle is called or know any techniques to achieve it? I'm fairly competent with photoshop but I'm currently learning how to use sony vegas pro for a project I have in mind involving this.
That CG was done by rendering software that had heavy light/shadows to create severe shadows on the characters. Then the light part is made transparent so the shadows are what's left.
If you're trying to do this (shittily) with video, theoretically this should work.
I would shoot black-and-white in low-key lighting (so, bright keylight) on a well-lit background (so you can distinguish shadows on the subject from background). That will create figures with sharp contrast (see pic, but light the background so subject's shadows don't bleed to background)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>249999 Vector are mathematical creation. "The area between these points must be this color".
Bitmap is a grid. "The pixel at A1 is black, A2 is black, A3 is grey, etc"
As suck vectors can be scaled up (ie, to cover a plane or building) or down (an icon) without any issues.
Scaling up the bitmaps will result in a pixelated look (the squares get bigger) and scalling down will loose details and sharpess (the squares only get so small, afterward the software removes some of them).
Both... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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