Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by apm1991, Jul 10, 2018.
I like the OP's examples much better
That's good to know, thanks!
this is awesome
Next time I need to make a flyer for a gig I'll give all of you guys the information and we can make a contest out of it lol... I'll send the winner one our band tshirts if you want
Don’t spread yourself too thin.
Hire @circles to do your
graphic art work for you and concentrate on your music.
this was just a quickly made gig flyer.. it took me like 10 minutes to do... We had a 3 hour rehearsal last night as well... I won't pay people to make those flyers, most venues do it anyway. for the rare occasion I have to i'll do them somewhat basic like this one.. The venue loves this one which is cool... But if we do need work done on our logo i'll definitely talk to him.. thanks!
That's great. All it's missing is a cat or two.
Yea, the ones by the other member look like 1980s retro cheese to me with non original robot artwork used..... just my opinion....
Whereas the original looks like a polite invitation to a tea dance.
Right it's retro kind of late 1800s and steampunk is very in right now!
Ah, well that is something about which I know nothing, so maybe I have missed what's good about it.
I dig the robots over the murder mystery invite.
but thats just me.
Robot battles and murder mystery? How do you say no to that?
This is honestly one of the first things that popped up searching that name lol
the first step would be placing your tongue tip on front roof of your mouth. Use your tongue to block off the air way and force air through your nostrils while making a tone with your vocal cords. hold this for a split moment then release the tongue from blocking the air way and form an o shape with your lips.. if you really want to emphasize the O in no. then gradually tighten the o shape formed with your lips as the word resonates.
hope that helps.
no is a tough one.
Just a technical note from someone who's sent thousands of pages to commercial printers over the years: be sure you agree the spec of the file you send with the company that is actually going to print. Those greens are so vibrant I suspect you are using the RGB color model used on computers and home printers. Commercial print companies usually employ the CMYK four-color model. If I'm right, those vibrant greens will turn to a dark olive.
In Europe, we normally have to supply proof copies for reference to the printer. In the US, it's usually the other way round – ie the print company will send you hard copy of how it should look when the job's done.
It's just a flyer to a no cover one night stand.
No reason to overthink it.
The first one looks fine.
Best of luck at the show!
Just a doodle took me about 5 minutes did for fun no expectations. I'm addicted to Photoshop. I really get into the graphics and av part of band creation.