GD1: Continue to work on your fruit or veggie, we’ll review what you know so far. Ultimately, you are going to have a file with your photo on one side and vector drawing on the other. Make it as realistic as possible! Yours MUST include gradient, transparency and numerous layers.
*If you haven’t yet emailed me your final cube JPG, do so ASAP. Drop block is day 4 (next Wed), come in unless you have completed the project by then.
GD2+: Post 1+ side of a finished card to your blog today. You should have other card drafts in the works. Have you heard of moo.com? Thoughts?
GD1: Continue working on 4 compositions. Let me know if you are ready for your final letter/number. Download the cube template and place your work on it when ready. Post all of your work.
GD2+: Continue working on your playing cards. This may be by hand or on computer. Be ready to post a progress image to your blog at the end of class.
Open a new document in Illustrator – 26 x 32″. Click and drag this template to your desktop. Place this template. Open all 6 .JPG alphabet compositions. Place in AI on top of template (show only tabs, no black lines.) Save as both a .AI and a .JPG. (file – export – JPG). Email to me the .JPG to print and post to your blog.
GD1: post 2+ drafts of your graphic alphabet (we’ll have a mini crit)
GD2+ post your newspaper title and be working to post 2+sketches/drafts of your playing card
In order to do this, all work must also be saved as a .JPG – do NOT get rid of your .psd or .ai files!!!!