Here is the poster side of my A3 assignment. I decided to stick with the film theme, when printed both the booklet and the aforementioned poster would go on opposite sides. During both tasks, I had to do numerous content changes during the production of my work, on the screen and after being printed.
For Pixel Based Imagery assignment 2, our task was to create an A3 Booklet/Poster using Adobe Photoshop. This is the booklet side which shows the work detailed. I decided to do films which I have seen and make my own versions of them using a quote and editing imagery, ie Arnold Schwarzenegger as the Terminator, I gave the picture of his character a grey appearance to give it a robotic perspective. On Photoshop you can rotate the canvas either 90 degrees twice or 180 degrees to flip onto the other side of the page.
This is my second attempt at the A3 poster, I felt the previous poster was focusing too much on making the text more meaningful than the actual image itself. So I went to Google Images and found a much more appealing background, this time I implemented the ‘Type Mask Tool’ when typing out on the red sky for example the text would match the colour.
Adding the mask tool to the layer would come up with the text appearing in a white colour.
After being shown the type mask tool in Photoshop. We were given a task to do which is currently ongoing. Creating an A3 poster of a Digital Art Exhibition.
This is my poster that I have currently created, there will most likely be changes. I wanted to match the Audio Visual Experimental text to match the Estonia flag of Black, White and Blue. The ice background represents the cold climate of the Baltic states where the country is situated.
Above I have put before and after images side by side. To create a Vector style illustration, I created several layers to work around the main picture, for the rest of the task I selected sections using the lasso tool and coloured in using the paint bucket. Clicking on the eye icon in the layers panel hides and shows certain parts.