March 4, 2011 · 4:25 am
This week’s Material’s and Processing assignment was based on the idea of dyptics- using two images in one to create a story or concept. The first one I created I call Broken Nature, and the other I called Natural Magic. I played with Bokeh (the background out of focus but still present) and some texturing. I also employed the use of borders.
I’d be really interest in creating a portfolio using the concept of dyptics, but I’m not sure how I want to do that yet.
January 29, 2011 · 6:13 am
In my materials and processing class, our last assignment was refraction- showing bending light waves and such. I wound up shooting dice in a champagne glass filled with water for the assignment, then made it into an advertisment/public service announcement.
After hearing a couple of friends talking about how much money they spent getting drunk and partying (and basically acting stupid), I decided it was time to create an anti-drinking poster. This was the result.
It started out with a class assignment to create refraction- the bending of light. Notice how the bottom dice looks bigger and in strange proportion to the others? They are actually all the same size, sitting in a glass of water with sunlight shining on them. Note, aside from basic levels adjustments and sharping, I only edited the text. The dice have not been digitally edited.
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