Yeah, nice huh? I probably would have done it for free if they had asked nicely and respected me. Another relative did hire me and my writing partner to produce a full id campaign and we delivered. When...
Yup, that's what I would do. It's a bit unbalanced. You can still have the veggies look free form, and ever make more of them on the bottom but it's just unbalanced to me. It doesn't have to be justified,...
I think eventually every artist finds a style they either prefer or excel at. Unfortunately, in graphic design you are not designing to satisfy your own idea(s) of art and style. Graphic design solves...
I will apologize now because this is a beginners question, but I am trying to get into the business. I have been asked to design some ad samples and the specs are 2c. x 1 7/8", however I do not know what/how to measure 2c. I have been told it is two columns width, however I am starting on a blank page. Is there a way to convert the measurement to inches?
Are you creating ad samples in order to get the job? or are they made up for your portfoilio?
If you are creating something specific for a client in order for them to deside if they even want you to get the job. Then beware!
This is called spec work. Basically if you fall into this trap you will waste hundreds of hours on work that will never pay. Also the client can see the work before a contract and possibly use the ideas without ever telling you.
Contract is best on every single job you do. This protects you and the client as well. There's many threads on here for contracts and people just starting in this business. If you start with good ethical business conduct you will be leeps ahead in your career.
Yup, that looks like 2 columns to me. Call the newspaper and find out the exact measurement for their 2 columns. Be carefull because 2 columns doesn't always equal to 1 column plus 1 column. Why? because gutters between columns need to be taken into account. Some publications have gutters, some don't.
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