Project Description- With this logo/sticker I took many different pre existing bike logos and combined then yo create a cooler logo. I did this in photoshop. The critique we did helped me to refine the edges of the logos to make it have more contrast. Project Refection- I chose to combine these three logos because individually they are very cool logos. I also support and use product of these companys. I have a YT bike I have SMITH glasses and I support Wheel Love. This was a tough experience for me I did not have much motivation because it was very open ended. In other subjects I enjoy that but in Digital Arts it was hard to come up with things that I wanted to put my effort into. These skills that I used could help me make my own logo for my own business in the future. I have always wanted to have a business so it will be helpful to have these skills.
Understanding Scale and Proportion: Landscapes
Scale & Proportion in Art: Referring to the size of a object. Foreground, Middleground, & Background: In the foreground the object is made bigger to look proportionate to the rest of the photo. The middleground is in the middle of the photo in between fore ground and background. In the background you have to adjust the size and quality of the object to make it fit in. The most helpful tool in Photoshop is the pen tool. You can make very complex selections to change large and small things in a document. A zipped file is a file that has a lot of other files compressed into it to make it a smaller size. This is very helpful because the file is easier to move around. When You unzip a fill you get all of the smaller files back into their original size and quality.
For the eyes you use the pen tool to select to eye. Then you mess with the hue/saturation to find the color you want. To change the hair color find a color that you like make the color soft light and make the hardness 0. Then you just paint over the hair you want to change the color of.
Project Descibtion- First off all we looked around our daily lives to find letters in nature. When we found or created one you would take a photo of it. We imported them into Photoshop and adjusted the edges of the photo to make the lines less hard. Finally we created a background. I made mine black because it was simple and it looked the best.