Sorry if this is not a proper reason for a thread.
Working on an instructional document for a TV and I want to represent a blinking light in a static page. How best to represent a blinking light on a printed document?
we need annoy this guy, is my friend
someone can edit my pic?? thx
She looks good in black.
Were the Designer's Republic any good? Opinions?
anyone know what font this is?
new critique thread fags
just something i did for shits and giggles one day
any can edit this please?? just change the background
can somebody recreate this logo for me? i'll paypal you 5
Can you guys help me find the book mockup and fonts used in this picture?
Ok guys. I need help.
Some years ago i used to "play" in a page where you could draw those things but i dont remember the name.
Do you know that page or any similar?
Hello, I was wondering if anyone could help me with Inkscape. I know nothing of design/photoshop/this kind of thing, but, recently, I joined a college group that I want to be a part of (Environmental based) and, as a trial, they want me to produce a poster and the tool they recommended and that I will use Inkscape. Help, please?
You can learn inkscape as easily as anything else on the web
This guy doesn't really suck:
Really, most of the tutorials about inkscape suck, but not more than every other soft.
Plus going the free soft road you are consistent with your stated beliefs.
hey gd can you guys give me pointers how to improve this and what you think of it as a idea so far
make the ship like some sick-ass Spanish frigate instead of this gay-ass cruise ship, like wtf bro that's just bad design right now.
then get rid of some of the lens flare, there's way too much and instead of space set it off the coast of Portugal during 1420.
In this project I've set up a grid-system for creating my font. When I press CMD + Y I come into outline-mode. When I toggle it back some of the layers stay in outline-mode. How do I redo this?
I figured it out.
To make your content stay in outline-mode after toggling it back and forth globally, put your content in a sub-layer and toggle it into said mode by CMD-clicking on the layer-visibility button.
Any opinions on using /gd/ resources in design?
I mainly use them when I dont have the time or any idea how to create a certain effect.
Nothing wrong with using stock images and textures in your design, but I personally wouldn't use design templates. But you should definitely use mockup templates to present your thing to the customer, they love that shit. Many times the mockup pictures are what actually sells your design, they get really excited about that stuff(especially people that know very little about design).
Problem is when they want the actual mockup to be used instead of having it made. Like wanting a stamp mockup printed instead of having a stamp made and stamping their logo.
Source: it happened to me.
>time for client change
What can i do better?
(also bear with me, i'm a noob)