CREATING A "WORKSPACE"....

Discussion in 'Tips and tricks' started by gcuneo2, Apr 18, 2015.

  1. gcuneo2

    gcuneo2

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    I often have the need to check out a number of images, all with the same Logo--- I want to see how each looks with a certain background or other elements of the logo.

    I've started doing this:

    I make the logo really wide, much wider than I need. I then drop all the different images I need to check out off to the side- in an area that will not be part of the final logo anyway.

    I find this technique quite useful when using multiple images from sources that are not part of The Logo Creator.....

    This is my "Workspace" logo---- all the stuff on the right hand side wont be shown anyway. I just used some of my own images and one from one of the people paks....

    I simply resize the logo to hide my "workspace" containing all my test images.
    workspace.JPG


    This will be the final size of the logo.....This guy is also another character I'm working on....
    workspace2.JPG
     
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  2. snginc

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    i do that when I am working on projects!
     
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  3. Affinity

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    Good idea I'll try it.
    Thanks
     
  4. tkmorin

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    Interesting idea. I used to use that system when I was working in Flash, but I'd forgotten. Thanks!!
     
  5. mrseankmichael

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    I love this idea!
     

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