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Where best free fonts?

Fonts that are free.
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>serif fonts are irrelev-ACK
>taking the bait
What are you trying to say with your comparisons? Are these your favorite serif fonts or something?
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You're thinking about it backwards.
Don't go through font websites trying to find best one. Read something about a famous typeface, see where it leads. Keep an eye out IRL for fonts that are everywhere, take pictures of ones you like, use WhatTheFont to identify it. Write down the ones you like, or find a free alternative, and then use them. Use your word-processor, 72pt., scroll in, compare, appreciate.

Then you will have found best one. Fonts that are free.
prolly screen related.

Does anyone have some exampled of that reworked Caecilia at hand?
Not what font. Where font?
Website. Web address. Domain.

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I mostly just play around with The Gimp for shits and giggles, and I stumbled across waifu2x in an attempt to find something that could fix shitty jpeg images in an extremely lazy way. I had no idea you could actually download it to your windows PC and use it without an internet connection.
This has got to be one of the coolest upscaling and image fixing programs EVER.
I know, I know, it's nothing new, but this simplifies things in a way I never thought was possible.

Post em schizos
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Is that the guy you see in your memories?
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Here's some album art I drew when I was 16

been thinking about picking up some art lit recently. Basic principles of design seems interesting, but all 4 volumes are very expensive. Is it worth the buy?
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>duuuuuh this book is the only way i can learn design because sam hyde sed so ser
holy shit, this board
massimo vignelli was trained as an architect, so the scope is really wider

we should make a list of designers, school, teachers would be cool if kpt edited and tidy
is there a /gd/ discord server?
most graphic design discords are utter shit
some dumb ass mod/owner trying to shill their bad designs and gives you the boot if you criticize them

i might know of one . . .
yeah I also watched the Sam Hyde stream

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Your thoughts on MM aesthetic?
Another irony-overdosed take on late 90s internet graphics. Cool, we didn't have enough of those
What's up with these fucking names?
Much better stuff has come out of Sam Hyde's graphic design team. All of the over-saturated colours in this are so unappealing.
Post 2018 Sam Hyde content: extremely professional, well done graphics that lack substance with low grade internet wit trying to appeal to zoomer fans and burned out og fans.
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It's good.

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How do I remove a white transparent dress from a photo? I ask for a colleague. Is there any AI tool for this?
you don't, retard.
She’s hot.
If you want to jack off to a photo of a mid women just say that. + you’re from India

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Does anyone recognise where the pink highlited subtitles are from? What piece of software was used? Is it a stylised plugin? Part of tiktok? How was it synced to the audio?

I would really appreciate any help on this

Thank you

The video in question: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/tXSIAKjXfBw

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Why did a graphic designer at twitter decide to put shadows and lighting on this checkmark while the entire rest of the UI is flat?
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because the remaining employees are just changing things to look busy and stay in the job
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reminds me of old vB usergroup icons/crowns
a lost aesthetic that rly needs to be reborn. im glad they did this i like it
Honestly if they do this with the rest of the UI I'd be pretty happy :)
because it looks bussin

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spin this shit
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This is really cool
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Trips of E's
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Drum n bass

how was this pixel dithering effect (is that what you'd call it?) achieved on the photo in this poster? I've seen similar effects before but I'm really drawn to this one, especially if I could apply to video
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color halftone is not what OP was asking for though
also before you go ahead and completely rip something off you may want to reevaluate the basics of your design. completely messy body copy, two locations on the same line, bad font for body copy. study how to properly typeset and use a grid.
With software, I'm unsure. But this site has some pretty good dithering options.
You cut it up? Wtf are you asking, how you'd emulate it? Cut it up, make it that rounded box shake, colour and pixelate it.
If you're asking for specific instructions kys
Oh wow you are just asking how to rip it off. Jesus Christ..

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How do I change the noise seed in photoshop? I'm using Filter>Noise>Add Noise but it always applies the exact same noise for same images.

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1) use beautifulsoup to pull down images from gamedevmarket (https://www.gamedevmarket.net/member/tokegameart?page=4)
2) resize the images to be uniform
3) train a textual inversion for stable diffusion
4) pump out an infinite amount of images

pic rel is after 20 minutes....I'm going to leave it on all night

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and that's a good thing
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>As long as it gets the message across it's fine. Internal docs don't need to look good.

As a graphic designer, I agree with you, but my anal-retentive art director doesn’t seem to get that. Any time she reviews a deck I prepare to show to a client, she finds something for me to revise. Shit like:
>scale the logo 20% bigger, align the caption more to the left

I understand her reasoning behind it is to show the client we’re “high quality”, but it’s just the deck itself and not the graphic. Most clients do not give a shit if the caption is 5 pixels to the left
Yea but if you're showing it to clients then that's not internal docs.
This melanin rich individual >>441783 was talking about employing graphics designers for "internal communications" like lmao
corporate design is about consistency. It shouldnt be like this and then like that next time. It might seem anal but it's the entire point of your job when you create shit that is seem by clients
What you need to realize is that most of the posters here are underage
Dude the people creating the content that goes into PowerPoints don’t have the time to assemble the information with any sort of formatting or organization. This is called specialization of labor and it’s how western society works, like it or not.

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Help. What is this type of graphic design called? Specifically the category is like internal corporate graphics from the 80s-90s in the early days of computer graphics.
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gov. contracted companies employing either young or very old people who have just finished an adobe photoshop "professional qualification" after being on disability or unable to find a job in an unrelated field for a very long time

bevel layer effect is the hardest design out there

like walls of a bad 80s built office building covered in styrofoam-like cheap insulation material painted radiant citrus red-orange already water stained crumbling off

like noname light brown or white office furniture with plastic/vinyl coating chipped off edges and corners revealing the particleboard (there are a pile of dirty yellow ps/2 ball mice, vga cables and dead headphones laying in one corner of the shelf since 2003)

like being fat

extreme mediocrity
it's called I-had-my-cock-in-your-mom's-mouth-yesterday-da-vinci-style style
>What is this type of graphic design called?
Old-school Globohomo Art.
>bevel layer is hard
Noob. Take an art class you won’t even need the stupid ass tool on photoshop.

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I've been looking for the font in this image for a while but font sites don't seem to help.


There’s literally a font request thread on the front page mods do your job

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