363 InDesign: Constructing Your Creativity ★
poster, random, graphic
Welcome to InDesign: Constructing Your Creativity!
We're here to help you to construct your creativity! We hope you'll learn from us, just like we hope to learn from you.
If you are new to InDesign, we suggest starting from chapter one and then moving forward. The contents below will suit you more after you've learned the basics and you've gotten the basics down, and should you wish to re-learn or understand something better, then the table of contents will become useful to you. Otherwise, again, we suggest starting from chapter one and moving onward.
Also, we do suggest you subscribe and take advantage of the other InDesign units, especially prior to asking questions.
InDesign: Constructing Your Creativity
Picture Editing Sites/Programs
Mood-Related Poster Tutorials
Note: If you're going to attempt to recreate what we are going to show you, but you do not have Photoshop, it is best to work with Pixlr, however, we will (on occasion) attempt to incorporate the other sites/programs into our tutorials. If you want us to show you how to do something on one of these sites, if it is possible, ask, and one of us will go on and see if we can figure out how to edit on the site/program.
Also, to help us help you, we would also prefer you answer this pole so we may help you learn! If you click "other," please mention in the comments which program you use so we may attempt to add that program into our tutorials for you.
First of all, this place is NOT a REQUEST PLACE! Do not come and request your graphic here! InDesign is constructed to give you, a fellow graphic designer, some basic tips and ideas in making graphics (fanfic posters in emphasis). We will try to post up as many tutorials as we can in different criteria of designing and try to provide you quick and proper direction to what we think are helpful resources.
InDesign is actually a group of normal AFF netizens who have come together to share their experiences in making graphics and designs.
This is is also a place that you can feel free to ask question regarding graphic making. Please, be respectful with your thoughts and questions. We will answer what we can, because we ourselves, are still learners and through your questions, we hope to learn and improve more as well.
At the moment, none of the artists on InDesign are specialized in GIMP or any of the other programs mentioned above, however, we will do our best to cover what we can by learning the programs ourselves.
P-makers wish you to have a fun and productive time at InDesign. At last, we encourage you to be proud of your work, because everything that costs your time and mind deserves to be something to be proud of, even if you silently (or vocally) disagree.
Experience: 8 Years
Program(s) Used: Photoshop CS3/CS6
Shop: poppies and posters.
Experience: 8 Years
Program(s) Used: Photoshop CS3
Gallery: Paige and graphics
Experience: 1 Year
Program(s) Used: Photoshop CS6
Gallery: Gallery of a Dork
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