@hailinel: Autodesk University is a conference held in Las Vegas. People from all sort of industries, construction, engineering, film, and games, all come together to talk about whats new in Autodesk software packages(3ds max, maya, autocad, and more. There's classes, networking, discussions, panels, all surrounding what's new in software and how to get the most out of the software.
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I've been granted the good fortune of being allowed to head to Las Vegas in December to attend Autodesk University . I was just curious as to what the venn diagram of GB users and AU attendees looked like, and if there were a cross section of more than just myself, if a meetup or something might be a fun idea. Just thought i'd put it out there and see what the response was.
Just think of the potential access the GB crew might be able to get with Adam in that kind of position!
Just a idea, in looking at it on you tumblr page, if it were mine i'd tone down the background diamonds just a touch. I agree with others in that they lead in nicely to your feed, but in just looking at your logo text the diamonds in the back fight with it a little bit. Logo design can be super frustrating if you let it, but it's nice to see the progress you're making, keep on it it looks good.
Do the logo in illustrator or corel. Photoshop is raster based(pixels), illustrator is vector based(lines). As soon as you start enlarging a raster logo it looks blurry and crummy. A vector logo will look spot on no matter how it's sized
I have a bachelors in science in Visual Effects & Motion Graphics. Currently I have a job at a construction company in their creative services department. The bulk of my job is taking photos/video, editing, 3d modeling & animation, powerpoints, dvd production, and a healthy dose of dealing with management.
I've had my fair share of build your own problems but...holy smokes! As some other have said this is another entry in the garbage in garbage out file. I hear stories like this all the time about how part A doesn't work with part B and the like. When it comes down to it you really have to do your homework when it comes to PC building.