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  • ThePreyMan PHS
    Reply to Custom social icons
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    Justo to clarify, I didn't change the colors of the actual logos, per say, as in the 'F' of the facebook logo was never yellow. The logos were all black, which is fine, and the backgrounds to them were...
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    It still leaves me in uncertainty. What I had before, in the creation of this thread, seemed to me to be respectable to their branding. I can understand not having the Facebook logo turned into a gun...
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    Great.
    Thanks for the bits of info, guys. Helps.
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    I think the weathering shouldn't be part of the logo at all.

    If you want to use it as a treatment fine, but in the design phase of the logo, it just isn't a good idea.

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  • Dynamic painting

    "The Canadian artist San Base has invented a new kind of Art - the dynamic painting.
    Instead of drawing a picture, he creates the recipe for its creation, in other words something reminiscent of DNA. Then the computer builds the image using this recipe, each time bringing in it casual "mutations". As a result instead of one picture the viewer can see millions of variations of an initial plot. Pictures slowly replace one another never repeating. According to the author this is the true art of the 21-st century.
    Source: http://www.sanbase.com "

    Regards,
    San Base.

  • #2
    A little bit of SPAM with that?
    It's not about the world of design.
    It's about the design of the world.
    Massive Change

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    • #3
      Originally posted by PersonasBinar
      A little bit of SPAM with that?
      Yes Sir! I'm an Art spamer.

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      • #4
        Semi spammy, but still kinda cool. Why do you word your post like a press release and refer to yourself in the third person?

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        • #5
          Nice art. Strange way of announcing it to us. And you should hire a web designer. You're using Comic Sans for cryin out loud.

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          • #6
            It is a press release but I'm a honest person. I've signed it. I've drank 6 bottles of beer and I have sent this message. Do you like my art? It's OK. You don't like it? No problem. Nothing personal.

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            • #7
              I like it, Spambase. I think it's very cool!
              Ned Yeung, A.C.E.
              mediamainline.com
              cyclopsphoto.ca

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TheBluePanda
                Nice art. Strange way of announcing it to us. And you should hire a web designer. You're using Comic Sans for cryin out loud.
                I'm an web designer as well as I am a programmer and the artist. I work alone... I use Comic Sans because my real name the San. What's wrong? I like this font. Probably I'm a comic too...

                By the way: it's a demo: http://www.youtube.com/v/1uM-6tMcJw8 (the quality is VERY BAD!!!)

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                • #9
                  You could use the multitude of SANs serif fonts...They actually look good
                  It is more fun to talk with someone who doesn't use long, difficult words but rather short, easy words like "What about lunch?" Winnie the Pooh

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