To get this picture I printed out the original image and used felt tips to cover Helena’s face in I then scanned this image in using the printer and opened it up onto photoshop. When I opened it I used the magic wand tool to get rid of the background. I then used image> Auto […]Read More Unit 5: Final Front Cover
For my first design I went to file.open and selected a picture of helena which showed a full portrait image of Helena I started off by zooming in and focusing on her face I zoomed in and painted the face, I then used the magic wand tool to fill in her hair, With the remaining […]Read More Unit 5: Photoshop Manipulation & Experimentation
I did another experiment completely using photoshop I used the flat high bristle count brush to paint with. I used different colours to create a fauvism effect. Once my image was full with colour i used he filter gallery as fauvism can sometimes look vivid I went into the filter gallery and picked splatter which […]Read More Fauvism Concept Development: Photoshop
I scanned in one of my concepts which i used felt tip to create a fauvism look and scanned it into photoshop I then cut the background out using the magic want tool and the lasso tool,I also went into image and selected Auto tone, Auto Colour and auto contrasted After this I added a […]Read More Concept Development: Photoshop
In college we used a picture which we had taken and printed it off we then used Sellotape and used a ruler to scrape over the Sellotape so that there was no bubbles this also helped in making the picture begin to stick we carried on using the sellotape to completely cover them; overlapping each […]Read More Sellotape experiment
<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/90987771″>Art Movements of the 20th Century Song</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/user26619642″>School of Yule</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p> For my photography unit 5 work I used vimeo to find a video about art movements I found a 20th century song that was helpful, This is also useful as my art movement Fauvism is from the 20th century.Read More 20th Century Art Movements
‘2D or Not 2D’ by photographer Alexander Khokhlov, make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan, and photo retoucher Veronica Ershova. While on pinterest I found an artist called Valeriya Kutsan who is a make up artist, I liked her work as she is creative this has also given me ideas of how I can show my work I could […]Read More Valeriya Kutsan- Magazine Front Cover Inspiration.