What does 3d mock up and logo transparency mean…?
I see your profile says you’re a creative artist, and you’re offering a professional logo design gig.
How come you don’t know the answer to those questions, which are a prerequisite for every logo designer?..
Perhaps go through the books you used when you were studying to become a graphic designer, I am sure the answer is there somewhere.
You offer 3d logos and logo transparency in your gig, but you don’t know what it is?
Strange, If you are really a Graphics designer than It’s really strange that You don’t even know the Logo transparency?
You can Google or search on YouTube If you forgot.
I do not mean to boast or anything but as a former science teacher, I figured out what this has to mean. Then I went online and looked it up. I was correct in what I thought it was!
Yes, My dear friends… I know what’s 3d mock up and logo transparency… but I saw some several ideas in community… don’t misunderstand …plz check my Question … Simple question for gig…
thanks for everyone
Do you need to word your question differently?
This also avoids a lot of embarrassment.
Wait, you are offering a logo transparency in your gig that you sell but you don’t even know what it is?
You have to be somewhat aware to be embarrassed.
Here’s what the OP said regarding that:
But I’m afraid I still cannot understand what the purpose of the thread is…
He decided to offer to sell something when he has no idea what it is,
and looking it up on google was too much trouble.
And after all this he still doesn’t know, and probably will never know.
Thinking ahead to what will happen if someone actually orders the gig has not happened obviously.
Or maybe it was a (very clumsy) attempt at marketing.
That wouldn’t exactly give anyone a desire to order his gig! But I hope you’re right.
Maybe he was trying to start a conversation, and then show his expertise?
I doubt anyone will order from him. He does not present himself as someone who knows how to design professional-quality logos, nor is he serious about it.
And that’s already on top of the fact that there are thousands of other designers in the logo design category, and nearly all of them are far more qualified than he is.
If so, I would hope he doesn’t try to offer any marketing services either.
On a large scale posts like that actually are clumsy and awkward marketing attempts. Like Beavis and Butthead trying to score, errrr, hehehehe.
To the OS silverarts,
I would like to give you some sincere advice and please don’t take it the wrong way. Your own logo has the ‘S’ missing so it seems to read ‘ilverarts’. This may not be the career you should follow unless you really get down to learning some basics in design. There are a lot of technical tutorials online you can try but please also look out for blogs that feature branding case studies. Learn from the best designers out there.
Thanks for advice…