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  • 1. Double Page Spread
    The Making Of
  • 2. Step One – Main Photo
    I started off with a picture of Mike Frost, with his face covering about half of the page
  • 3. Step Two – Heading
    I added a title with a large quotation which also acted as a heading
  • 4. Step Three - Timeline
    I created a layout for my timeline using blue boxes, where I could fit information and start to create the fabricated story of Mike’s career.
  • 5. Step Four – The Life Story
    I came up with the story. It is the sort of exciting and lucrative life that a musician could lead. It was important to me that it was the style of writing that would be found in a music article.
  • 6. Step Five – Album Covers
    Then I added two photos which I turned into album covers and added another quotation, the sort of funny and clever thing that someone under the influence would say, as this was the kind of character that I had created for Mike
  • 7. Step Six – Song Descriptions
    Then I added some of the information about the individual songs that I put onto his album.
  • 8. Step Seven – Filling In The Gaps
    Then I filled in some of the spaces with another quotation and then put a bullet holes effect onto the page to try to keep the page active and as though there were constantly things happening.
    Although something wasn’t right the colouration was poor so I decided I had two choices, first, change my colour scheme, or try decreasing the visibility of the background picture of Mike.
  • 9. Step Eight – Darkening
    As you can see it worked very well and makes the text much more readable.