I was talking not too long ago with my brother's father-in-law, a graphic designer who did a lot of work for the L.L. Bean catalog, and who went to art school in the 60s. He said at that time, it was almost like there were two schools, one that taught traditional skills and a new, emerging claque that was more theory-based and conceptual. "It used to be that all designers could draw," he said, "now I work with Art Directors, they can't draw, they're 'idea men.'" I guess the type slips into various strata of the organization, depending on where you are.
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Illustrations - How Fast Should You Be?
Thank you Pavlo.
These critiques have been quite a wake up call, but they're all appreciated nonetheless.Today, 01:50 PM
By far the best.
Is it properly licensed?
But is your...Today, 12:53 PM
We had this when I was in High School 1979:
We used an Apple II-plus with a dial-up modem to access it.
I can still...Today, 12:41 PM
There was no dial-up in the 80's, that didn't come along until the 90's. You'd be better of with a Duran Duran loop or something with a lot of electro keyboard.
The challenge with making...Today, 12:34 PM