Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by nsinalis11, Jan 23, 2015.
I want a program that makes real good logos what you suggest guys??
Logo maker studio still is the best one that i have found so far
I aleady try with en ligne site web to creat logo but the resultat is veryy bad
If you want really good logo's you have to go with Adobe Illustrator or Coreldraw. These are the ONLY programs to make good logo's.
Yes i said the ONLY programs, before all those wanna-bee designers shout out: Photoshop Photoshop ... that program was made for photo's treatment ONLY.
try photoshop. Its lovely
This is true, and also a personal rant of mine as well.
Adobe illustrator, but you will need the skills yourself.
If i need vectors,i go with AI or Coral draw.Since it is very easy and many components are available online,i use photoshop and make it in pixels.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but sounds like he's looking for a program to automatically create good logos for him. Your best bet would be to check out the BST section as you can get a quality logo for a reasonable price.
Dude, your comment sounds like a 1 dollar spin tax comment from fiverr ....
First of all it's Corel Draw, and for sure it is not easy to learn and you don't need any components ... it has almost everything you need out of the box.
Second, why the hell would you make a logo in pixels??? You need it in vectors!
Maybe, but no program in the world is going to give you good logo's for free on demand ...
Why don't you just register on swiftly via my link and got a one free task. And ask for your logo
Depending on how involved you want to be, and how many logos you need... Have you thought of just outsourcing to Fiverr? There are some great designers in there
Photoshop is the best. Just find a few tutorials to get the hang of it
Photoshop all the way.
try adobe illustrator .illustrator create vector format
can't go wrong with adobe photoshop and illustrator
man try aaa logo cracked version , its awesome and u can make professional logo for free
i tried and made many without any photoshop thing and headache
Illustrator is what you're "supposed" to use, but photoshop or even gimp will probably suit you just fine starting out.
If you are looking for something that will give you professional looking results and you are quite a dab hand at using the software I would recommend using Photoshop or even Adobe Illustrator.
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