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    I agree, creative spellings will work against you if you're going after corporate work. You know your niche, though, so like you said, kbrumbaug86, it's a personal decision....
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    Neither Gimpscape (?) nor Inkscape are drag and drop. Beginners can have at it. Don't cry at the funeral for your profession.
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    It's a matter of negotiating what you want in the contract. If you want your name on the cover, ask for it. If it's important to you, insist on it. A professional publisher, however, will likely say no,...
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    Typically, the publisher decides that.
    If self-published, then the author decides that.
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    "It doesn't match my monitor," is the observation of a neophyte.

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  • Open Source 3D Tutorials

    Hi Guys

    Does anyone know of good 3d tutorials using open source software? I want to turn a part of my logo into 3d. I currently use GIMP and Inkscape, but dont mind using other OS software.

    Thanks guys in advance

    Martin

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    blender.org is a powerful 3d app, but you'll find that it is fairly easy to do text in it.

    Jade

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    • #3
      Blender is one good option, Sketchup from google is another. I find Sketchup to be a little easier to use and for text...it's a dream, really.
      "Go ahead, make your logos in PS. We charge extra money to redraw your logo into vector art so it can be printed on promotional product. Cha CHING! " - CCericola

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        Thank you!

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