Examples from popular culture are used to help explain the tactics.
Video created by Ian Greer while a student at Mansfield University.
Complete a Four Dimensional drawing, outline it in black marker, make it digital using Adobe Capture, edit the file using Photoshop and/or Illustrator and place the final file in a 8” X 11” Adobe Illustrator canvas/document. Transition the 8” X 11” to the 13″ X 19″ template. Print the film. Create a screen. Screen 12 […]
6. Photoshop Basics: Free Transform Proportionality Also on edpuzzle. Essential Questions: 1. What id the Main Topic or idea of this tutorial? (HINT: F*** T*********) 2. What does Free Transform allow us to do the size of images? (HINT: A very important word that starts with a “P” must be included in your answer.) 3. […]
The following set of tutorials by Twin Valley’s Mike Joy are used in in Technology Education courses for introductory lessons in portfolio development. CorelDRAW: Introduction to the Portfolio Cover CorelDRAW: basic text – mirror – fit to path by Mike Joy CorelDRAW: Remove Background From Image – CorelDRAW: Remove Background From Image CorelDRAW: Understanding the Transparency Tool CorelDRAW: Understanding […]
These images to be used for Photoshop practice exercises only. Right click to copy this image to your clipboard. Next, open a new Photoshop canvas and leave the dimensions that Photoshop recommends, as Photoshop is aware of the size of the object on your clipboard. Paste the image into the new canvas. Lumberjack 1 […]
ASSIGNMENT: “Farm Fifteen” Create the Green Screen Farm Include 5 different poses of yourself -A Flying Pig -You in a pair of overhauls -13 other interesting things going on, on the farm Overalls: http://edmonkey.com/images/overalls/ Flying Pig: http://edmonkey.com/images/flying-pig/ May 2, 2019admin