Friday, October 28, 2016
Thursday, October 27, 2016
For my 9 panel assignment, I wanted to make a scary story. My story is about two people trying to hunt down zombies who are killing their city, but end up being attacked. To create this cartoon, I created each panel on a separate file and combined all of them onto three different files when I was finished making all the panels.
Monday, October 17, 2016
Friday, October 14, 2016
For my bird assignment, I picked a hummingbird to color. I used very bright feathers. I used the magnetic lasso tool to cut out the feathers and transfer it to the final file. I repeated this process and filled it until there was no blank spaces remaining.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
For this project, I found a blank cartoon of a haunted house and shaded it. After, I added three cartoon characters. I wanted the cartoon to look scary, so I used dark colors. I used a fill pattern for the walkway, and the rest was shaded as a solid color. After I finished shading in the cartoon, I added three characters. To add them, I used the magnetic lasso tool and traced them on a separate file. Then I dragged the characters to the final file.
Monday, October 10, 2016
My saying for my Edward Gorey picture is "T for Tessanya who got food poisoning from lasagna. To create my Edward Gorey picture, I dragged photos/cutouts from another file and transferred it to the final file. I used the cookie cutter tool to do this. The hardest part of this project was knowing how to cut out the photo and drag it.
Thursday, October 6, 2016
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
To create my own "Where's Waldo, I first downloaded the picture of Waldo and added my face. After, I chose a new file and started dragging images/clipart onto the new file. To add the image, I had to add it on a separate file, cut it with the magnetic lasso tool, and then move it to the final file. After, I added Waldo to the photo. This project took a long time because I had to find photos and clipart from the internet, cut it, and drag it to the final file. I had to do this one at a time when there is about 60-70 images.