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Designer’s Dilemma

A writer can write more stories but he’s not sure whether all of his novels or stories will become best sellers. A musician or a songwriter can create songs but not all of it will be classics. A painter can paint thousands of paintings but the percentage of his works to become a masterpiece is still unsure. In photography, a photographer’s first 10,000 pictures are his worst. A graphics artist can design more artworks but the possibility that all of his works will be approve by a client is still unsure. If you do this for a living what will you choose between “Quantity or Quality”? Some may think that it is quantity over quality but others think it is the other way. In my opinion I chose “Quality over quantity”.

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Design: The Dictator of Web Success

Website designers might laugh at me while reading this or maybe say “yes it‘s true” quietly. Unfortunately I’m not one of you guys..I’m just staring around and walking around and talking around and suddenly a blog pop-up to my mind and translate it through my bare hands and here it is.

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The Pen Tool is Mightier than the Sword

As I was browsing the internet for an idea for my blog I accidently found a typography and it says. ” The pen tool is mightier than the sword.” My “idea light bulb” suddenly turned on….DING!!!! If the phrase “The pen is mightier than the sword” describes how powerful the work of writers are, then this typography ultimately describes how beautiful the artworks are for digital artist.

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Keep Calm and Doodle

I always love to draw or sketch ever since I was a kid. My love for arts never fade or go away, because of it I became a musician, photography enthusiast and now a graphics artist….. I think so. I always call myself a “wannabe graphic artist” or “graphic artist by heart” mainly because I don’t have any background knowledge or methods when it comes to creating art. I just do what I want to do. I sucked at Traditional way of drawing, the only thing that I use in sketching is a pencil and for coloring I can only use crayons (Please don’t laugh XD). For Digital Arts, like vectors, doodles and photo manipulations, the only software that I’m comfortable using is Photoshop. Even though this limitations that I have, I still continue to become a better graphic artist because I know that I can.

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