pecializing in illustration and animation, Henk uses Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, Premier Pro, and Luxology’s modo for 3D rendering to create everything from photorealistic to conceptual illustrations.
Some things can be so complex. Isn’t it great that Photoshop makes them easy? All you need to know is how things work and you can do whatever your imagination conjures up.
There was a time when few designers dared to venture into the murky world of the Adobe InDesign justification controls. The good news is that more and more users are starting to take charge of them. The bad news is one of them—the powerful glyph scaling control, unique to InDesign—is often misused.
The more effectively a brand relates to the world the more it will inspire people to use and promote it.
Making things look old and dirty is another matter and a little tougher. People usually use Photoshop to make things look “nice and clean,” …
Despite what your dialogs and panels may say about the size of your type, some faces simply look smaller or larger than others. Some of this is an optical illusion, but often they actually are smaller or larger than normal, obliging you to make unexpected layout and typographic adjustments.
We hope their advice leads you to finish that one project that you’re currently stuck on.
What Gardner would like a new logo and website to communicate is that Gardner Sign does high-quality work using the latest technology.