Along with the resume, Jack has made business cards to hand out as well! looks like Jack is moving up in the world!
For part of my 10 stars of assignments for this week, I chose to do the you’re invited project. The assignment was to create an invitation to some sort of event. I saw this as a perfect opportunity to create a invitation letter to my character Jack from the Noir Not the Father radio show. I have been getting better at photo editing so I was exited to take on this project as something that for once wasn’t completely unfamiliar.
This assignment was my four star assignment for the week. I had a lot of fun with this assignment and learned a lot from it. I wanted to dedicate this assignment to my noir character so I started out with a picture of a place that I imagined my character would live. I then started editing the photo more and more until I got to the image you see here. Obviously the photo doesn’t look like anything particular anymore but I really enjoyed the way it came out. This assignment was my first major photo editing experience
This three star assignment kind of explains itself. I have a lot of friends who enjoy playing online video games like call of duty but I cannot stand it. Whenever I hear them playing it sounds like they are playing exclusively with a bunch of little kids. For this assignment I had to focus mainly on editing text which was a big first for me. I tried to match the font and design of the original video game cover as best as I could.
This assignment was two stars and fairly easy to do. I wanted to make this assignment somewhat dedicated to my noir character. My character does not live in a time where there were laptops so I had to imagine him in a setting where laptops existed. From there I decided he would like a pale toned minimalist laptop cover so that is what I went for. I used effects and editing to change this color pallet into something nicer.
For three of my twelve stars I chose to do the wolf in sheep’s clothing. Here I took a image of both logo’s and placed them over each other. I had to cut around the chic-fil-a logo with a tool. Then I matched the color of the KFC background and used a blurring tool to ease the transition of color difference between the two logos