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the best graphic program to make logo or cartoon

Discussion in 'Design' started by irfansyah, Dec 13, 2014.

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    I began studying multimedia
    production, especially in the
    field of graphic logo .. And I
    want to ask you ... software or
    applications do best in making
    logos and cartoon. I'm still
    learning and have
    shortcomings. Hopefully by
    choosing the best I can be the
    best designer.
     
    irfansyah, Dec 13, 2014 IP
  2. sarahk

    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    Photoshop or Gimp are the obvious answers.
    What have you been using in class?
     
    sarahk, Dec 13, 2014 IP
  3. irfansyah

    irfansyah Well-Known Member

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    i used photoshop..
     
    irfansyah, Dec 13, 2014 IP
  4. sarahk

    sarahk iTamer Staff

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    Then you are off to a good start. See if you can buy it with an academic license
     
    sarahk, Dec 14, 2014 IP
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    and Corel Painter is also good for making cartoon
     
    Kauser, Dec 24, 2014 IP
  6. ViTalk

    ViTalk Peon

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    Photoshop works good for beginners but it's not the tool for commercial design. Photoshop is a pixel-based program (that means that everything you create is a definite size and it's made out of pixels). So if you try to resize a logo for example drastically, it will mess up the quality, and it's definitely not good for printing. What I would recommend is Adobe Illustrator. It's a bit harder to learn at first but you get used to it. That is a vector-based program, so everything you make can be resized to any size without quality loss because it works on the principle of mathematic equations. Hope that helps :D Good luck with everything!
     
    ViTalk, Dec 30, 2014 IP
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    I would recommend adobe illustrator aswell, if you want to create proper high quality logos adobe illustrator is it, photoshop while is really easy to use for webdesign etc, in illustrator the designs look some much nicer.
     
    proxyus, Jan 3, 2015 IP
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    Baker Jaz Greenhorn

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    Gonna have to agree to some extent with adobe illustrator. I guess it all depends on what type of work you are trying to do. I use a program called Xara. It is an awesome tool for logo designs and web design.

    If you are gonna keep using Photoshop..........yeah try to get an academic license because that is how I was able to own one. :)
     
    Baker Jaz, Jan 22, 2015 IP
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    I know that it might sound weird, but i have found that power point has great features in editing images. My wife who is a graphic designer has been playing with it a lot, and got really great outcomes. She just mixes images and forms and does great stuff. Good luck!
     
    David Garcia, Jan 26, 2015 IP