Monday, May 11, 2015

The Masks We Wear

in order to adapt, protect our fragile souls and fit in we work hard to create our masks to hide behind










Sunday, May 10, 2015

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Lesson Plan images for AGP class

Final creation:










































These are some of the images I used for creating my project to go with the lesson plan

My crow model:
























mechanics/hardware images

 














Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Archimboldo inspired

Archimbolo Assignment

Low poly DeLempica
Meme created for Adobe Generation Professional: Digital Editing Class
Low poly chicken




meme created for class

original image of the fruit lady was done by a classmate, I added the tiara, broom, background and text

Sunday, March 15, 2015

Must try


Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Low Poly chickadee

spent several hours working on a low poly tutorial on the weekend...didn't end up doing ALL the steps but close enough. It was time consuming but a good tutorial that's easy to follow.

Tonight I created another....





Friday, February 13, 2015

Thursday Feb 12 tutorial

I did this tutorial so I could help one of my students who was struggling with it. I found out why he was struggling with it.... first he works too quickly (looking for instant gratification I think) and he's using a newer version of Ps so some of the commands have changed. I'll be able to clarify it for him next week.

Here's the link to the tutorial

Section 4 says to clip two layers together this way:

Clip this layer with the layer underneath by pressing Ctrl + G (Command + G on the Mac) or Ctrl + Alt + G(Command + Option + G on the Mac) if you use Photoshop CS2.

This won't work in newer verisons of Ps. Instead, hold the alt key and click between the two layers you want to clip together.

Firday 13 tutorial







































this was a fairly easy tutorial to follow although section 9 didn't include specifications for the settings so I set my own. Also I think the glove and eye patch could be better. Overall I'm happy with it and learned a good deal about compositing and creating a coherent image from several individual elements.

Link to tutorial

to scroll through the tutorial, either click on the wee icons at the top of the page or hover over the images on the right and a "next page" arrow will appear.