I asked about it on Stack Exchange and got pretty useful answers, http://graphicdesign.stackexchange.com/questions/6021/creating-a-custom-grid-for-a-logo-in-illustrator enjoy
I will even pay for this kind of tutorial(like i did with the “Create a Geometric Wordmark and Ambigram” but got really disappointed because it seems that they skipped the most important parts)
I just turn on the radio, it doesn’t really matter to me.
‘m trying to make QuickSand to work but I can’t understand how it works. I have searched a lot about it over Google and the simplest way I have found was SplitV’s post over here: http://blog.themeforest.com/forums/thread/how-do-you-use-quicksand-jquery-plugin/32591?page=2 but still I can’t make it work.
You can see what I have done over here: http://jsfiddle.net/gtSn4/.
Thank you for your help!
edit: another little thing, i did transitions using css but it works only on Dreamweaver, any idea way?
||+520774|Monkify said-||I don’t agree.. there are a lot of “not very skilled designers” over dribbble. just because you browse on “Popular” and everything there is beautiful doesn’t mean that this is the skill level of all dribbble designers.||+520741|laranz said-|| I too need it badly, any kind heart man/woman who had invitation please inviteBeing a part of Dribbble isn’t about people just being kind and handing out invites. You have to be a skilled designer to get an invite. Not sure if you’re a designer or not, but you definitely won’t be handed an invite without at least showing some of your design work.
I am a prospect in dribbble, http://dribbble.com/laranzThanks,
How about changing the badge from items bought to items rated like on Ebay? sometimes I buy stuff from Ebay and not from other sites even if it a little bit cheaper just to get rated.
1.70 cm, too short for modeling