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Hello brothers,

For a small project, i need your help.

I need a picture of a nice coffe table with 2 used cups on it. Like a coffe cup and a tea cup (mugs). As if 2 individuals had coffee together.

Focused on the table and cups.

Thank you very much
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>>355154
>>>/wsr/
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>>355154
not the right spot for this
/wsr/

What happened to the Discord that /gd/ had? I met some of the most helpful people on that place. I got swamped with life stuff and I stopped being active as much, but then when I went to go look. The server was gone...
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>>354242
what
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>>354245
>>352654
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>>354248
that is not me; I made the one linked in >>353088
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>>349824
lmao this thread is a clusterfuck how many shitty servers are you guys gonna fucking plug?
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>>354254
I agree anon, they can suck on a cock

What does /gd/ think about TUI (text/terminal-based UI) and minimalist window managers as a way to interface with computer?

I'm not a fan of 'ricing' (/g/ / lebbit/r/unixporn pretending to be UI designers all day), but after setting things with i3-gaps window manager and after using it for a few months I do find this way of doing things more 'content-oriented'. No distracting branding, current-year trend visual quirks like in Windows or macos, no content-overlapping UI elements... Just text, images, videos, pdfs etc. in appropriately divided frames. Can quickly put any application fullscreen, put streaming video floating in corner of the screen etc. Something along VIM text editor key bindings seems to be pretty common way to interact with the relatively small and Unix-ish applications that more or less just werk.

(Too bad I have no use for this on wagecuck-station because GNU/Loonix wont run all my Adobes.)

Pic related, some random sperg's setup with application windows thrown around in floating mode, looks good in ricer screenshot, but i3 is generally used with screen divided in tiles.
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>>354803
You write like an obnoxious faggot and a complete tool.
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>>354831
thanks
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>>354831
I was literally trying to decipher what the fuck this post was and then I read what you said, lmfao.
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I see it this way: if I'm gonna use a terminal I'm gonna load up Arch or Debian, don't startx, and not fuck with GUI at all.

With that said, I feel like having a user interface that doesn't make you cd to literally everything or pass arguments to open a file can be nice.

Doing the same thing with mice and menus, but still nice for simplicity.

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I got an interview coming up for a job as a graphic and digital designer, it's my first interview ever. I have a pretty solid online portfolio, but the interviewer mailed me with "Bring your portfolio" and it threw me off, is she going to expect me to bring a physical portfolio? My plan was to just bring my computer and show my website with my works and go through/ talk about them in depth (She has most likely already seen them as I gave a link on my resume). Am I going to look like a total tool if I don't bring a physical portfolio? I don't have one, but I could make one as the interview is on Thursday next week, but I'm afraid it's going to be haphazardly brought together as I don't really have time/money to print out complete books or folders professionally.

I understand that print works it probably better to be seen in print, and there is an added sensation of feel with a physical portfolio. I just feel overwhelmed and so not ready for this... How fucked am I on a scale of 1-10 if I just bring my computer?
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This is an interview so you don't really wanna bring your whole computer, try to get set up to go onto your website, etc.

Print would be better imo, but since you said you don't think you can make it of any level of quality, maybe it's better to just avoid that.

I would suggest arranging a more presentable, short version of your portfolio that you can just have saved onto your phone as a PDF or something. That way you can just pull your phone out and show the interviewer with your phone.
Save that AND your main portfolio, in PDF forms onto a BLANK flash drive that you can give to the interviewer, that way you can leave your porfolio with them in some way.

Saving it onto your phone to show them has the added benefit of showing that you can design for screens, and since the position is digital designer, that would look pretty good.

What is this kind of illustration called?
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>>354912
Third wave medieval engraving
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>>354912
Scary.
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Spooky
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>>354912
a drawing

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Give me all you got on composition, visual height and all that jazz.
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what the hell am i suppose to do with this lel
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>>352052
https://www.coursera.org/learn/fundamentals-of-graphic-design
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>>352352
/thread
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>/gd/ - we don't like to share our knowledge
wasn't expecting that to be honest

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Which one is best to create fonts?
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Font Forge

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rate my tshirt design
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5/10
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>>355104
>autotrace
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>>355104
Try again.
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>>355104
Use the pen tool you lazy cunt.

Im working on my youtube channel, named Blunted Player, its about video games.

Unlucky, i know nothing but shit about image design.

Looking for a decente top banner, someone can give me any help giving me something basic to put there?

Thank you
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>>355088
>something basic to put there
people on here won't do anything for free, /wsr/ is the request board, also if you can search for "youtube banner template" if you look hard you might be able to find something decent.
also this site has tons of pirated graphics/templates
http://psdkeys.com/tags/Youtube/
http://psdkeys.com/tags/Banner

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Copying someone else's portfolio?

Then using it as your own work to pretend you can do it and make money.

What happens if you do this?

Does it matter?
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>>354289
well first off you'll had to hope your clients don't look up the image sources, then you'll have to hope someone doesn't call you out for copying the artwork of another designer (your site could be hidden away with a dmca from google), and since you're just a copy you'll had a hard time getting any decent money. you'll probably would be more sucessful and save a lot of time by working on your own interests. there's also an "ethical" way of "stealing" someone's else work and make it your own. check the video below.

and also tons of chinese and indians have been blatantly copying designs and artworks for years, they sell them for pennies so good luck competing with them.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBEoXFLWs4g
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>>354289
Even if we ignore for a moment the chances of getting caught: How will your make money if you can't design? And if you can, why not make your own portfolio? It doesn't make sense to me.
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You;'ll be a con artist, but obviously it's possible. You can lie about anything. You can put CV experience on your CV that you don't have, get jobs you're not fit for, even if those give you access to things you really shouldn't.

Most people are lazy, they won't try to search your credibility. If you get caught however, and it is tied to your name. You can get into some serious trouble.
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^ However, you still have a longterm game. If your product isn't as good as advertised, you won't get paid, they'll fuck you right back.
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Thanks for new wallpaper

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anyone here knows what font is this? please help

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Heya /gd/ I am trying to make my own font. I have drawn out the related jpg in hopes of using that. How can I go about making my own font, but more than that, make it so the pc will automatically convert grouped letters into the new characters? TH SH GH OU all have their own character in this script. Ultimately this is for D&D and i just want to be able to use it more easily, even if that comes with more work up front.
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>>354997
https://www.calligraphr.com/en/
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>26
>27
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>>354997
The "easiest" way to fit arbitrary new letters into a font is just to map them to unusued points; say, for ease of memory, ChX, GhH, OoU, Ouu, QuQ, ShC, ThY. (Greek and derived languages use X for Ch to begin with, and English once had þ, which looks almost identical to y when handwritten, for Th.)
For Japanese fonts for example, most professional ones rely on complex input conversion software, but most amateur ones simply present themselves as English fonts that happen to draw か when you press Q, て when you press W, and so on, matching the printing on the keyboard to the display on the screen even though the computer is internally representing it as "i-yb@" rather than "にほんご"

You can then use simple find-and-replace, or better yet an Office macro or regexp to convert automatically.

As an actual-GD aside, I'd spend a moment thinking about how your script is meant to be physically written, ideally using a brush or calligraphy pen or chisel; I think you'll find that the first is poor at closed loops, the second at diagonals, and the third at curves, and decide to modify it based on whichever is predominant.
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>>355042
Thank you very much for the advice!
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>>355043
Also worth noting, there's nothing preventing it from having an upper and lower case. Our upper and lower cases derived from proper, blocky, no curve smaller than a segment of a circle half the letter height inscription form (easy to carve with a chisel) vs. more variable, curvier, tailed rather than serifed form (easier to write at speed with a pen.)

If you do this, of course, it limits your ability to use upper/lowercase for added gylphs with similar sounds. But you've still got a wide variety of symbols like $ (presumably your world doesn't use dollars) or @ and & (ligatures of at and et, presumably would appear in your system as things like "( with two /s through it" and "」 with two \s".

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Anyone know what this kind of style is called?
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I fucking love Negroni.

50's design.
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>>355030
pink panther bg core
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Neo 50s

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Would you buy high res .png or .ai of stuff similar to pic related? If so, how much? I've got a bunch of these laying around and want to make a few extra $
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>>354252
No you didn't. You may have brought them into illustrator and used the live trace tool, but you didn't make these yourself.
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>>354799
that's how things work in this industry, cry about it bitch boy
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>>354804
Epic kek my man!
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>>354252
naw that shit has obviously been image traced my dude.
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>>354201
yea

you got a portfolio or website or something?

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No response in /wsr/ except to say try here.

I'm looking for an artist to do a logo/t shirt design for a Kid's Karate club/class I run for low income kids.

By low income I mean my rate is $10 a month, testing inclusive, and some of my students can't pay that.

The idea is for a design that can go on the back of a tshirt and perhaps a 4" patch.

I'm a looking to call it Kaiju Karate and am looking for a cartoonish Godzille in a gi breaking a board with a chop and the phrase Kaiju Karate incorporated in the image.

The shirts and patches would only be for my students, no other sales and those sales I do make would be at cost.

Pay is negotiable. Not rich here but I know an artist's work is worth money.

Please give me a link to your deviant art page as I'll communicate through there and it will let me see samples of your work.

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>>354991
I have done some patches and cartoonish logos before, pic related I've made it for $50, my email is axtaresdesign@gmail.com.
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>>355012
You dumb fuckface- by doing this, you've just encouraged and enabling more filth to treat /gd/ as a request board.
OP (you disgust me, you animal) said he went to /wsr/ - why didn't you go there and respond to his post there?
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>>355029
this board has been crap for years, who even cares but you.
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>>355037
Habit and tradition, I suppose.
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>>355037
>who even cares but you
I do as well, this was a beautiful board long ago
>why do I even keep coming?

>>354994
to be fair, paid requests were always allowed here

>>354991
you can test your luck on >>>/ic/ as well


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