yes, but you have to expect to work twice as hard for the same results (and hence probably same amount of money) as your peers. Especially inkscape makes you take a huge productivity hit over illustrator, which is more streamlined, powerful and faster in almost every regard.
- Be prepared to talk about your work and what you can do. Have some examples ready.
- Project a positive attitude from the moment you walk in the door. Be friendly, smile, show enthusiasm whenever someone or something new is introduced to you and ask questions.
- Have a few "weaknesses" in your mind in case they ask but find a way to spin them into positives. i.e - "I'm not so good as this, but it's on the areas I'm looking to improve and is part of the reason I chose this company as I can gain experience in blah blah blah-"
- Turn up at least 10-15 minutes early. They'll call you in when they're ready.
- Willingness to learn and improve is often more important than pure skill so it's good to reinforce this. Pointing out areas in your old work you would improve given your current experience and skill level for example. I do that a lot.
- Look clean and presentable (obvious one)
- Highlight any other relevant skills you have which can help you appear more versatile.
Most of these points are probably quite obvious but anyway hope it helps. Good luck!
>>239205 this is probb done with Cinema4d. I made this years ago but with other colors. its pretty easy I will type it out.
>cube >mograph cloner >cube as cloner child >cloner mode as grid array >play around with the cube dimentions >animate the cloner with the sizes. >for a speed building effect select... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>239206 Thank you! Despite I haven't understand because I didn't worked on Cinema4d before. Have you opened the link http://imgur.com/gallery/1aeYJ? There's more and I'd like to find Tutorials on YouTube
>>239178 Just find yourself some really striking artwork for the image, then focus on the heading and other texts. You could also add a barcode, month of release, current issue number etc. to add more elements than just text
Post your best work here budding graphic designers and noobs alike. I wanna see what /gd has to offer. Extra points go to descriptions about why you like it, who commissioned it and what you want to do next.
I recently made a zine for the yearly zine fair in my area. Watching Mr Robot/Fight Club/Matrix and reading Chomsky's Media Control: The Spectacular Achievements of Propaganda put me in the mindset to make this. It was an educational experience that turned out better than expected. Currently making a CD wallet for another lil project.
Looks cool, will you show us the inside? By the way, part of me wants to see one of the letters in HERD be backwards but that may be too cliche... Whats your yearly zine fair called? Any websites to check out other people's work?
>>238055 Thanks pal, and believe me- the zine's just one massive cliche xD But I had fun. It's basically about how the general public's voice really don't count for much when it comes to how a democratic society is run. You can vote now and then for a leader of the specialized class, but thats about it. The main character comes to this bitter realization, and struggles to come to terms with it.
As for the zine fair, it happens in Bristol, England. And workwise just browse behance, follow the dandad... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>238036 answer- you cant. Some clients are shit like this one, others will respect you more as a designer. I hate to say it, but the more powerful the company, the more freedom and respect the designer gets. Head for that market, not the people at Design Crowd.
Josef Müller-Brockmann - Grid Systems in Graphic Design Robert Bringhurst - The Elements of the Typographic Style Drew de Soto - Know Your Onions Sean Hall - This Means This, This Means That: A Users Guide to Semiotics Edo Smitshuijzen - Sculpting Type An Introduction To CNC Typography Jeff Gothelf & Josh Seiden - Lean UX: Applying Lean Principles to Improve User Experience M. Itkonen & H. Uppa Eds - Resolutions : Responsibility in Graphic Design Richard Hollis - About Graphic Design Paul... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Can't say anything about mx category, but I've had m705 for a few days and the precision on it is fucking abysmal. The only way I could use it was set pointer speed all the way down, and even then it would be jittery sometimes.
Mx is supposedly better, because of their darkfield tracking technology which is lacking in m705
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