Each member of the group was given a line from a song, at random, and we had to manipulate text to convey the meaning. I was given “People try to put us down, just because we get around” [My Generation – The Who] and this is my design, which will be silk-screen printed to make a poster….
We were given a task to generate a set of 8 images that respond to the question ‘What are you like?’ by documenting your following favourites:
- Form of Transport
This was what I produced in response….
These are the fish that I produced using the laser cutter. To give an idea of scale the blue fish is 400mm x 400mm. It will be used as a target for teaching children fly-casting.
Following the visit to the Pitt Rivers Museum in Oxford, I selected the extensive collection of firearms as basis for my research and in particular the development of firepower capability against a timeline. Here is the Infographic that I produced as a consequence….
This image was produced by using the following techniques:-
Using place rather than move to create a layer with an image that fits the background layer.
Making a mask by using the quick selection tool and having the auto-enhance selected.
Using select and mask to refine a selection and then using the output settings before moving the image into the main file. Minor changes were made with the brush tool.
Creating text on a wavy line by using create warped text on the top bar.
Filter > Displace (with a new reference image opened from the sea layer) to create a text that merges with the sea.
This a revised version of the FindIt visual map system using preprinted cards instead of cutting out symbols. I have in fact saved the symbols as part of my Illustrator file so they can be pulled down and used instantly.