I need some help. First off... I might as well mention that I have been a freelance graphic artist for two years now and I still have a lot to learn.
My girlfriend's father is starting his own business and asked me to create a logo for him for free. Naturally I said I’d do it because I’m dating the man's daughter. But doing the logo free is not the problem... I care about my girlfriend's father and want his business to succeed so I agreed to do the logo. The problem arises when he was describing what he wanted as a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Your logo is a stearing wheel? Its pretty nice, but maybe you can make it more define. Its a bit too abstract. The logo on the right is just too boring. And the name dont even match that boring golf cart.
Maybe put two golf clubs behind the stearing wheel?
Tell him that his company name doesn't match the logo on the right.
>>240536 Thanks for the quick response! /gd/ is normally pretty dead.
I understand the argument about it being too abstract. The only problem I see with the golf club idea is that he makes really suped up carts that are really just for cruising around, they likely won't ever see a golf course.
Also here are some extra rough drafts of the logo, just for kicks
Ok /gd/ I'm in high school, and I'm majoring in graphic design. What I want to know is, does it make enough money to sustain me? I want a house, not apartment. I want a new car, not a pre-owned. How much do you make in a month?
Depends on a few things. Where do you live? Are you willing to move? Show us a portfolio of some of your work, chances are you won't be sustaining yourself off graphic design atleast for the first few years unless your work really is something special.
>>240239 I live in a small town, south Texas. My uncle does Graphic design and makes quite a buck. He's told me he's starting up some business of his own and needs some graphic designers like me. Should I take it?
>Emailed me about a contract. >Wanted it done in a week. >I told them the rush job would cost 3x the standard rate >They said no way >Three days pass >They email me again saying they would pay the adjusted rate >Reply, "Nah."
hey /gd/. i'd like to know what you think is the best way to track down an image that has been used elsewhere online, using a reverse image search or another tool. i figured some of you must be pretty experienced with this.
all of the following can be accessed using ImgOps (pic related)
google · bing · tineye · reddit · yandex · baidu
are they any others, or more "underground" tools that are also effective? what has been your experience with using tools like these?
i'd recommend checking out... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hey /gd/, I just bought Illustrator and I want to learn how to use it. I have some experience in Photoshop, but nothing pro level, and I want to switch to Illustrator. Can you guys give me some basic tips and techniques? Or a link to good a tutorial.
>>239942 >>239950 >www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcyGhMagsZcjoW45JGYl7XD7dG01wqZPY >www.youtube.com/watch?v=zHuH8P_Vqc0 >www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWG3ddHkssY >www.youtube.com/watch?v=FMkJVXi7Rp8 >www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVHvWUKj1eU >www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDoVcGPw_3o >https://vimeo.com/112655231 Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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