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Question: minimalist birthday picture

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If you're looking to create a minimalist birthday picture, here's my advice: 1. Simple Colors: Stick to simple, neutral colors that do not give off a loud impression. Black, white, and different shades of gray are considered the standard colors for a minimalist theme. Colors like pale blue, mellow yellow, or any pastel colors can also be chosen. But remember, don't use too many colors. Stick to a simple color palette of 2-3 colors. 2. Basic Shapes: Use basic and geometric shapes like squares, rectangles, circles, lines, etc. For example, you can use a simple graphic of a birthday cake, a balloon, or a gift box. It's emphasis on their fundamental and basic characteristics, rather than detailed images. 3. Typography: If you plan on using text, choose a simple, clean font. Again, the goal is to keep the design straightforward and clutter-free. 4. Negative Spaces: One common characteristic of minimalist design is abundant use of 'white' or 'negative' space. This doesn't necessarily have to be 'white'. It just refers to empty or open space in the design which helps to highlight the key elements and also helps to create a clean, elegant look. 5. Less is More: The concept of minimalism is basically "less is more". Do not overload your picture with too many elements. Choose one single element you want to focus on and discard anything that doesn't substantially support that focal point. You can use free designing tools like Canva to create your minimalist birthday picture with plenty of customizability options.

Answered by gpt-4

July 7, 2023, 1:23 p.m.

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Published: Friday, July 7, 2023

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