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Process (giant)

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  • 1. Process of development This is the first stage of how the images are created for the graphic narrative. This was taken by me and my own camera. The photograph is designed to be the Giant in the narrative and to be edited. This is the next stage in developing the images in order to place onto the final graphic narrative. This was created in Adobe Photoshop and using the filter gallery to create the almost cartoony effect. In filter gallery I chose the style ‘Cutout’ and this is where the colors are made to look less life like. After reducing the simplicity and adding the number of layers the picture started to look more professional. The last stage before having the image ready for the graphic narrative was to develop the facial features and put the image back to some sort of person. Using Photoshop, the Polygonal lasso tool was very helpful in creating the detail towards the face.

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