Photoshop is giving me grief. I just finished making a map for a game and went to save it as a JPG, but it wanted to save it with a shit ton of empty white space added all around. I've been googling solutions for the past hour and a half with nothing but wasted time to show for it.
Pictured is the "layer edge" for the art board. None of the layers in the art board go out that far to the left or top.
>>259562 For the top and bottom text, you can just erase what is outside the circle, using a big brush size to get rid of most of it, then zooming in and using a smaller brush for the smaller details
you will notice that some of the text is inside the circle (the "the" of the slack-jewed yokel), to remove this, select the layer and right-click>select pixels. Then use the color picker to select the color of the shirt, the use the paintbrush and paint over the text.
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So I need to design a poster thats similar to Christopher Wool's work and I need to design it around a quote. I seriously can't think of anything, so I would really appreciate it if someone could give me a quote or phrase similar to what's used in these two separate designs by Christopher Wool. Thankyou :)
>I was fine before you came >Get out of those shoes and grow wings, dear. >It's not OK To pretend everythings alright >Throw your hands in the air 'cause property is robbery! >You will destroy me with words that you have never spoken >The truth is what we make it, not what you see, so... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
With that being said, I participated in 99 design contests while in school and shortly after graduation. It was one of the few ways that I could get some experience working with clients and progressing my skills in corporate branding since most businesses weren't willing to hire a recent college grad without a job history. I made some money from the site but ultimately moved on to other things since the payout vs. the work put in sucked.
>>257081 My best bet is After Effects. Track the left eye's relation to the right eye, bind that to a null object and bind a copy of the video to that very null object. Fine-tune the position and mask shit out.
/gd/, I'm doing a menu. I'm hellbent on doing it myself because I've found the hard way that there are no competent designers in my town (which is in Mexico). I know my way around photoshop enough to be able to do whatever comes to my mind, and I have enough sense of what looks shitty and what doesn't not to completely fuck up doing this. I'm just wondering if there are some rules to follow or key fuck ups to avoid for menus. Pic related, my restaurant's also a casual dining establishment, so I thought of Applebee's.
OP here, pic also related. It's something I did for a St Valentine's contest we held. I know it's not perfect, but it's honestly easier for me to just do what I want to do because I can't communicate what I have in mind to the designers.
>>260512 Nobody likes crowded menus. The focus should be on either pictures of the food, or the text. Take HopCat's menu for example (a bar and burger joint in my city) [ Menu Link: http://www.underconsideration.com/artofthemenu/project_images/hopcat_lansing_PDF_03.gif]
They have no pictures, and the yellow one white (shockingly) isn't painful to read, then again it's a pale yellow, not a strong one. Their menu is simple, and of all the restaurants I've dined at, it was the best designed.
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>>260600 use open type or learn how to make them yourself. sometimes you can buy fonts really cheap if you don't buy the whole set (things like extra-condensed, extra black italic, extra light italic, etc).
Where do I learn to make a very basic personal logo? I'm not a graphic designer but I just want one to put on my website and use as my favicon. Or where can I pay to get one done by someone who IS a GD? Don't need a complicated one, just something with my initials that looks decent.
I looked at fiverr but it ends up costing $7 (CAD) and I'm a jew.
>>259367 In some cases it's really convenient to have snapping to grid since you can be 100% sure what you're drawing is aligned properly instead of having to eyeball it, at least that's why it's so important to me
Not everything needs a logo, Google, Pintrest are examples. It is clean, good spacing. I dont know what it looked like previously so cant really comment on how well it works as a rebrand, that aside its decent. I'd make the purpose of the site more apparent at a glance probably. Also, is it too clean?... maybe.
>>260527 Hey OP, I made a thread about this as well(>>260512) and someone directed me to this site: http://www.underconsideration.com/artofthemenu/ Been watching it for a few hours and it's got some really cool stuff. Check it out.
Unless you have a lot of money to burn, and space for the machine and storage for the cartridges, I would suggest you look into riso print services instead. They are too big, too expensive, and too labor intensive to just buy one and mess around with because you think the style is cute.
Owning a riso duplicator really only makes sense if you have commercial ambitions such as starting a print shop of your own or getting into the independent/self-publishing racket. If you do have commercial ambitions, make sure you are committed to it. I've seen a number of riso printshops... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>260348 It's the only way to do it cleanly. I imagine you could increase the threshold value of the paintbucket to do the same. I don't use gimp, so I'm not sure if it has that option.
Doing it in layers though allows you to keep everything organized, and is generally a better solution than just filling areas like you would in paint. If you intend to do detail work like highlights and shading.
how about you put the vector logo+text in the perpective you want above the position you want on that paper photograph, and use its borders as mask, and apply a simple colour-range replacement (that adjusts for variances, i think even corel photopaint 8 had this already)
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