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I don't hate comic sans.

I think is the best font in certain contexts.
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Good points, oddly enough where incongruity might make a particular typeface a good choice for subtly conveying levity, playfulness or irony, comic sans fails because it's *so* on the nose and has no subtlety.

Even typical comic book lettering can work in less than comical contexts and add another dimension to how the reader perceives it; comic sans is just maximum cornball "smile now" signaling that offends people's intelligence and is maximum lazy effort when there are so many truly amusing typefaces to choose from if you really feel the need to sell the yuk-it-up factor that hard.

It's the artificial pumpkin spice meme scent of the typographic world.
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seems a skill issue.

comic sans is perfect for babies products, cope.
>seems a skill issue.
Yes, people with zero skills think it's "the best font in certain contexts" because on of the skills they lack is recognizing and selecting a better one.

>comic sans is perfect for babies products, cope.

So what you are saying is that it's good for people with totally undeveloped intellect, have no life experience or sense of taste, quality, etc. to inform their decisions and have no choice but to consoom what's given to them.
Also babies might like it
No, every faggot teacher I've spoken about this, the first idea they have for actually properly using the font is baby and toddler daycare stuff.
>every faggot teacher
>the first idea they have

SO ...people with totally undeveloped intellect, no life experience or sense of taste, quality, etc. to inform their decisions.

Thank you for making the point yet again.

Quality typefaces don't need "educaators" to go out of their way to find reasons for their existence, ESPECIALLY when the allegedly "proper" use is stated right in the fucking name.

Rule #1 of comedy is: If you have to explain it or signal the "proper" response, it's not comical.

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I'm not completely sure if this is the right place for this question, but I'm looking for ways to remove watermarks from video's. How far is the AI technology for this? I've tried a few free online tools that I found through google, but I found the results to be disappointing. I'm really willing to pay for a tool if that is necessary. I just want to know what the options are and how good they actually are.
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I said video
good question, op you freeloader
I think the solution would be to use ebsynth. You draw one frame of what you want the footage to look like and let the magic software do all the work. you try it out and let me know if it works for you. I might try something like this in the future
not op

cool idea! are you using ebsynth yourself? I dont think I would have thought about that software ... ever.
used once, worked pretty ok
but if left a bunch of "artifacts" on the footage that seemed more difficult to get rid of than what I was trying to do inicially.
I guess I just don't have the practice
Somewhat based

This just dropped
Do we like it?
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it's their way of telling the world they know they were fucked by Microsoft.
Too bad there is no E in the name. Then we could have the burger menu too
I read nocia
no, man, wtf
how rich you were, anon

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Banks collapsed. No need thanks.
>Pixies song starts to play in background
I saw a post on /x/ sometime ago predicting this specific happening on this date exact date.
The enlightened walk among us.
f**** c*** moment

Apparently this style is going to be big in 23. How do I learn this so that I can capitalize on it? Its called neobrutalism.
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>chasing design trends
literally student tier strategy lol
3 years late to the party grandpa
It's "retro".
AKA let me create 80s quality graphics using 2023 software and claim I worked hard.
looks like habbo hotel to me

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how do I into graphic design?
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Lefty here
enjoy your viruses
Why on Earth would you do that? Haven't you read the news? Graphic designers, video editors, and basically all """creative""" jobs will soon be done by AI.
Maybe, maybe not.
But Blender has a bright future for sure.
Motion graphics also.
More UX oriented but check out https://uniteddesigners.chat/

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What's a good place to go to do $5-10 "freelance" shit to start building a portfolio?
at least go a bit higher than $5 or $10. Trust me, the clients that ask for those low prices are the absolute worst.
Where anyway
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I'm hardly some sort of skilled professional who can demand more than pocket change for some odd jobs
I'm not really looking at long-term portfolio building for a career in graphic design, more just want to test myself and see if I'm capable of doing it well enough to make a few bucks. I don't have any sort of formal training or any real practice, just a basic idea of how to use GIMP from using it to toss together maps and shit for fun. Want to try doing a real job and see if I can figure out how to meet a proper quality standard beyond "good enough to post on 4chan"

i love it :D
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this high detail pixel art always impresses me
Rose Art
based schizo
love it too
what makes his post schizo

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I want to learn how to mask people out of one background and into another, just like this. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P-NsT1WUW4o As well as any information on the current state of masking technology. The quality in this link is pristine imo, how much of it was by hand frame-by-frame I wonder?

Looking for alternatives to photoshop and generally anything free. If all else fails I have a code for a 7 day trial that I'll use as a last resort.

Bonus points for links to any quality tutorial videos that are direct-to-the-point-processes instead of overlong, personality-infused drivel.
Have nothing to help you on your quest but my bump, dont let the spark die
>guys i'm too fucking demented to look up and find a tutorial on how to fucking mask an image
holy fucking shit a thread died for this

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I haven't drawn in years and whatever skills that I had are all gone so I have to start over. So what are some books, videos, etc that I can use to help improve on drawing and I'm also interested in learning graphic design so if you can give me anything to help me on that I will greatly appreciate it.
Just use Stable Diffusion
>/ic/: exists
>this dude: asks on /gd/ anyways

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Can't find the link to the old thread edition
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post more arms
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Real artists, good artists will continue to make art.
They will define the style AI prompts use in the future.
The only people bitching about AI generated imagery online are desperate degenerate furr fags who spend the last decade making a living by painting the same anthropomorphic yiff fest every day but with different furr patterns.
Nobody will miss them!
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well that's what you get for relying on drawing

>The only people bitching about AI generated imagery online are desperate degenerate furr fags who spend the last decade making a living by painting the same anthropomorphic yiff fest every day but with different furr patterns.

You mean r34 artists in general...
I remember that guy going mental on how he made his money out of drawing the weirdest shit for that "community". He would not have earned just the same amount of money doing anything else.

I agree then, just that the field of "art" will shrink increasingly. Webdesign is a prime example, I don't even know why anybody still makes money out of this with all those templates being available. I guess the only company's still spending money on this are the huge ones, be it some complicated user platform or real well-thought-out work including the weight, the proportions both formal and informational.
I've been hearing about how AI will replace so many professions since 2007.
AI doomposting isn't anything new.

It will never ever happen.
>If I put in a prompt of “Robotnik” and “Picasso”, it’s going to search for images of Robotnik and paintings of Picasso and mash pixels together.
Brainlet-tier understanding of neural networks.

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Hey /gd/, I'm looking for a nice sans serif monospace font specifically for displaying numbers. I want something that looks minimalistic, but modern and sleek, and very importantly, it needs to look somewhat condensed and space-efficient. Something that might look natural when paired with body text in Accidental Presidency, Bebas, Nexa, etc. I find that most monospace fonts are somewhat ugly (albeit functional) and look like they belong in VS Code or something. I like numbers in Accidental Presidency but I need something monospace. :(

Any suggestions?
Darude Sans

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where can I learn video editing?
Take classes or just Jewtube

I'm sick of arttards whining about AI models being trained on others' artworks. Every damn artist learns the same way - from other, better artists. Nobody just magically finds out rules of perspective, shading, colors etc. Now, when AI does it, it's suddenly "art theft". What do anons think?
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Analoguechads keep winning.
What are those potential benefits?
They're mentioned often, but no-one bothers to say what they might be.
not the anon you are referring to.

the benefit is ease of creation and degree of personalized consumption.

we are heading towards a world that doesnt distribute finished movies, but procedual consumption machines (=specialised ai bots).
the creator wont be needed as a means to produce anymore. and thus the urge to create will reduce as well. because we all will be consuming what is bespokely made by AI assistants to suit our very individual needs anyways. just by connecting our browser history with a short simple prompt of ours
Ease of creation I can see sure, but not the rest of what you said.

If the creator stops producing content then the AI generators will rapidly decline in quality. It's called 'regressive data learning' if you're interested.

The personalization aspect also isn't really a thing. The AI generators output samey and generic-ish art, even if you adjust the parameters or whatever. To actually make it personal you'd have to edit the output yourself.
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well. have you extensively tried any of the image gen AIs?
I do not agree with you that it would NOT be personalized. instagram (and also most of main stream gd) is arguably 90% samey as well. so reducing AI to being more 'gener-ish'' seems like a convenient but not necessarily relevant verdict. sure. there will always be societal abnormalities called 'artists' creating stuff that is different. but those fringe cases are exceptions already. so we shouldnt lose our time talking about them.

images as a consumable product will get increasingly 'procedual', showing the each of us a version that is tailor made for us individually.

I do agree that there will always be content. and therefore money being made generating content. I even strongly advocate compensating creators of training instances in order to keep this whole system alive.

but it seems certain. creating images is increasingly getting comodified. like translation has been before. and many other professions will be.

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