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Option 1: Colateral Pack
Option 2: Package Design (2 concepts)
Option 3: EPK (Electronic Press Kit)
Common Mistakes in Logo Design
Cardboard, utility/xacto knife, hot glue gun, paper tape, ruler, and scissors (maybe sewing supplies or riveting supplies). Whatever you use to assemble the work, make sure that you don’t use it for decoration. The cardboard cannot be painted or colored by you in any way.
Create a cardboard sculpture that is placed on your body. This is not a piece of clothing or jewelry, like a hat or glasses, but a sculpture that significantly alters/transforms your body. Clothing might inspire how the sculpture fits the body, but it should be distinctly 3-dimensional, rather than just 2-dimensional cardboard covering parts of the body.
We will have a parade around campus/town with our wearable sculptures. Since your body is part of the sculpture, think about how your body should move while in this wearable art. it is important to take into consideration the way you move/speak from within it.
Things to consider:
Research/Brainstorming – 5pts
3 Sketches/Mock-ups – 5pts
Craft of finished sculpture (cleanly cut and joined/glued, Seams are tight, no hot glue spider webs) – 5pts
Originality/Inventiveness of finished sculpture – 5pts
Did the finished sculpture work well with the body? – 5pts
Self-Reflection – 8pts
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Source: Cardboard Wearables: Intro to 3D Design Assignment
Please pick a Photoshop technique that will introduce a new to to the class:
Try to grab a tutorial that is form 2015 or newer. Practice several times before presenting.
Dibs on: 8, 10, 13, 14, 18, 21, 25, 50, 90, 92
In this assignment we will create a “Terminator” /robot style animal.
Select any animal, use google search to find a large image (over 2 MB). If there are any watermarks, please remove.
An example of this assignment is found here
SUBMIT LAYERED PSD HERE FOR GRADING