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revised How to find the centre of the area between two objects in Illustrator
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answered How to find the centre of the area between two objects in Illustrator
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comment Drawing animations like PHDcomics
Looks like they're using Photoshop, I could be wrong though. One more linked question... :) if part of your problem is hand-drawing in Illustrator, I'd suggest having a look at the answer to Pressure-sensitive freehand drawing of vector paths that are editable with...
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comment Simple icon to represent vibration?
Something to notice here is how they often use straight lines instead of curves which are associated with sound. Another example here uses jagged lines to show vibration. Feels more physical.
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reviewed Leave Open Is being a graphic designer a stressful job?
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reviewed Leave Open Is there a software able to automatically produce professional-looking images?
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comment Is being a graphic designer a stressful job?
Book recommendation: How to be a graphic designer without losing your soul
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comment What are reasonable market expectations for entry-level graphic designers vs. entry-level web designers?
Not identical but related: Do web designers need to know how to code?
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comment Critique: Does this logo portray a web-based control for a media player?
This is good - if you can use gradients, I'd suggest it'd be more CD like with an additional angled gradient (maybe light blue?) and slightly sharper edges to the gradients.
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comment Is there a software able to automatically produce professional-looking images?
I totally forgot to mention ZBrush and Mudbox: 3D 'sculpting' software used mainly for creating detailed figures and objects (e.g. 3D monster heads). 3 figure price tags, difficult to master, but I hear they're not so difficult to get started with.
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comment Is there a software able to automatically produce professional-looking images?
I wouldn't close this question: it involves a misunderstanding, but a common, important misunderstanding, worth addressing (and despite that it's actually a well written question showing research and effort - arguably misguided, but that's what answers are for).
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