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Tuesday, December 3, 2013
You will use an image of one person in at least four different poses to create an image. There must be a change. The change can be in clothing, height, mood, expression, etc.
Monday, November 18, 2013
A vexel image is an image created using bits, pixels in our case, while it emulates vector images.
The one on the left is the results of a great tutorial, and here is my version.
The difference between the two is that a vector image is drawn using mathematical equations and not pixels. So if I made an image using vector graphics at the size of 4"x4" I could blow that image up to 400"x400" or 4,000"x4,000" without any change in the image--it would look exactly the same! If I make an image in Photoshop at 72 ppi (pixels per inch) at a size of 4"x4" and blow that up to just two or three times that size I would begin to see pixels, and the image would become abstracted.
So a vexel image is not a great image to make if you are printing it large scale, and Adobe Illustrator or some other vector based program should be used. But we are just emulating a vector image to create something , so we are fine.
You must conceive of, design, and then create a vexel portrait with an attitude--it must be dynamic.
Sunday, November 10, 2013
Your task is to complete one of these tutorials. I want you to change the text within the poster to something in which you have an emotional investment.
Monday, November 4, 2013
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
"Photoshop is an extremely versatile application and offers and endless number of ways to accomplish the same task. With so many ways of producing the same effect, it can be difficult for users to understand which technique is the best for the task at hand. In this tutorial, we will explain 10 bad habits that you can break in Photoshop to help you work a bit more efficiently."