The following images to be used for instruction and classroom exercises only.
Stenciling Create TWO stenciled signs that demonstrate your ability to work with dimension, material, and process. RESEARCH In a Google Doc show evidence of 10 quotes for your signage. After your quote have been approved…. MATERIAL Choose a piece of wood or other material. If wood, determine where the top and bottom will be and […]
Create a second advertisement: ANY WAY YOU WOULD LIKE You need to meet the following requirements: 1. Create a name for the company 2. Create a slogan for the company 3. Place the name & slogan on the advertisement 4. Place the address & phone number of the company on the advertisement. 5. Create hours […]
Use a 1300 X 1300 pixel canvas to recreate the flyer below to the best of your ability. Graphics should not be IDENTICAL to those use below but show evidence of relevant searching. Horixontal guides set at 22%, 48%, and 74%. Vertical guides set at 33% and 66%. These images to be used for practice […]
Watching “The Wizard of Oz” and “Star Wars” with his son and daughter made communications expert Colin Stokes wonder about the stories we celebrate. Thanks to a growing awareness of gender representation, the world is now safe for girls in armor – but is the hero journey we’ve gotten used to inherently limiting? This funny […]
This video examines hot to outline a .jpg file for cutting, how text/type can be better prepared with Roland Cut Studio, and how to fill a row to maximize and conserve vinyl. Also on edpuzzle. Essential Questions: What type of images will be imported into Roland’s Cut Studio? Right click on the image and choose […]
Directions: Use the paintbrush tool to create a house at Night Time. The canvas should be 12 X 12 inches, resolution 200. The house should look DIFFERENT from the previous house. The time setting should reflect night time. The image should use at least 20 different colors. You are encouraged to be creative with this […]
This image will be used for an exercise in Photoshop to practice using the: clone stamp tool. Right click to copy this image to your clipboard. Next open a new Photoshop canvas and leave the dimension that Photoshop recommends, as Photoshop is aware of the size of the object on your clipboard. Paste the image […]