Not bad. Looks Faze as fuck. Long-shadow is still just within the bounds of not-shit, but maybe redo in a year. Also come up with a policy for where this isn't cropped within a small square (where does the shadow end?)
Tuck that shadow corner in on the bottom left of the M though. Untidy.
since the squares are all evenly grid spaced, and have enough space inbetween them to fit a new set of squares, you can overlay a second copy of the same image, shift it by 1 square row & 1 square column, and set the blend mode to darken (so the darker color value of the two pictures apply over the white square)
the result is kinda shitty though, not perfect.
alternatively... open in python, use opencv or sumth ez, make some quick code that identifies squares, and sets their color value to be the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have severe Anxiety Disorder (and depression) as well as ADD.
When I'm designing something at home, I'm very relaxed. However, when I had I job (I never got fired, I just fulfilled my timed contract) I could never get over the anxious thought of fucking up, especially when my boss was watching. Focusing is such a daunting task, overthinking becomes a common obstacle I face, and my attention to detail becomes shot.
The design world is tough as shit and doesn't have room for people like me. I take full responsibility, but I can't help it no... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
op, i had horrible panic attacks where i felt like i would die from a heart attack, and general axiety.
look into inositol powder (also known as vitamin b8). it's the only thing that's help me. it's a supplement readily available in health stores and online. buy the pure bulk powder, because for anxiety and panic you have to take around 12-16 grams of it, which is quite a lot and it's way too expensive to buy the capsules. the powder dissolves in water and is tasteless. it's very safe.
Hi guys i have been interested in graphic desing some time ago, a have a bit of experience with photoshop and i want to learn about it and Adobe Illustrator, if you can send me some tutorials or some advices please... Im sorry I know that my english is not the best.
Hi man. The best thing you can do is reading and practicing a lot. There are some great Photoshop and Illustrator tutorials on Tutsplus, ranging from beginner to advanced, so be sure to check their website.
Also, if you're interested in the retouching part of Photoshop, you might want to check Phlearn's Youtube channel.
Abduzeedo, Spoongraphics and Line25 are also some nice websites.
Hi everybody, I am creating an association with medical students in France, but we have difficulty with the logo, we would like to leave on this base there, if somebody could try to improve it, it would be very kind. It is doctors' association aiming at offering free care, we would like to make a reference to the red cross, while being original
Two things I think might make it look much better since you want it to look like the red cross. 1: Use very blocky letters, it'll make the whole thing look much more like a single object. 2: Combine the L and I by placing the I within the negative space of the L, the idea is to make them take up the space of one single letter, which will balance out your cross visually.
I have completed a task for a job interview and have to return with my "mechanical" files. Can someone explain what this really means? If it means ready to print, which settings should I ensure I used on my files??
>>253385 It's less what they're looking for and more so that they have all the resources and assets available if need be. If you package up all the fonts and assets in an InDesign folder, you know for a fact that whoever opens it will be able to see it exactly as you do; with all the proper fonts and images and everything, instead of them opening it and getting a "Font Missing: Replace?" message, etc.
Is that helpful? I think I understood your question right.
Im trying to put him in a Baltimore Ravens jersey, but I cant find a good image of a player in the angle he has in the photo. I managed to get the helmet near perfect but I cant get the jersey right. Currently using Gimp because I dont like Photoshop because im too used to Gimp
Just got a fresh job doing environmental design and signage for an advertising company.
I'm confident I can do well enough in the position, but there is one huge catch: I'm supposed to be solid in Corel. I hate Corel. I had to use it at my last job a tad and it just drove me nuts. I am at home in Adobe land and that's where I'd like to stay.
That being said, what are the key differences and what do I need to be most aware of going in Monday? I have plans to take a chunk of tomorrow and familiarize myself with it, but I fear it won't be... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>253251 good typography. look at medium as a baseline example. readable body text, line height, size, letter spacing, width of the page are all important for comfortable reading. and lots of pretty, well-integrated photos and headers make it more scannable so people don't click away as soon as they see a wall of text.
a good line length is ~11-15 words per line, you've probably noticed that blogs with text running really wide across the page are fuckin chore to read.
I need a clip of a 1st person view, zooming/flying into a house window, from clouds or space. anyone know a movie where that happened or know where to find or have a short video like that? kind of like the bullet in "wanted" but something that is more 1st person
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