The following images to be used for education purposes only and are intended only to stimulate student thought.
Add type to the following photographs. Experiment using and downloading new type fonts. Make sure and use at least one blending option with the type. Show your results as a before and after. Example Quotes: “A true friend never gets in your way unless you happen to be going down.” – Arnold H. Glasgow Beware […]
Brainstorm: Photographs of FIVE possible reverse engineering items delivered in a Goole Doc. With teacher’s help choose Physical Object Due IN CLASS MONDAY APRIL 3, 2017 (Loss of Points Each Day Missing) Orthographic Sketch Due: Assembled View and 5 Parts minimum EACH Orthographic View should include Top, Front, and Dide views. Portfolio Check Reverse Engineering […]
Educational film to teach viewers about the dynamics of propaganda, made in the in the late 1940’s or early 1950’s. from weirdovideos: A teacher dissects the processes in which propaganda works to an eager student. In it are moments of classic hokum, but curiously it all rings true today. ~TVR Mar 20, 2014admin
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 […]
Pop Art from Photographs Photoshop Tutorial: How to Transform a Face into a POP ART Poster Photoshop Tutorial: How to make a POP ART portrait from a Photo! Photoshop Tutorial: How to Make a Warhol-style, Pop Art Portrait from a Photo! Mar 25, 2017admin