Simple and sophisticated layout, not too cluttered
The Editors Note is filled with more information relevant to my audience and my magazine.
Developed many influences and ideas from my analysis of contents pages
Images are well cropped and proportioned within the page
Colour scheme and font is consistent with the front page
Not to similar looking to front page. This is good to show off my new Photoshop skills</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>I hadn’t made a main article for my preliminary so this task allowed me to further enhance my Photoshop skills
Question and Answer style interview to fully get to grips with my artist.
Mainly open questions used to develop the interview more
Use of floating quotes to feel more attached to the artist
Alliteration used to stick within the readers mind
One base picture for the background. It’s simple and sophisticated
Doesn’t look anything like the contents or front page. It is as if this page is dedicated to the artist alone and Smooth shouldn’t interfere.
Image looks very natural. The sun gleaming behind the trees; it made the artist seem like he’s looking at the trees and title and it looks almost romantic. </li></ul>Final Main Article<br />
Conclusion<br /><ul><li> I’ve learnt how to attract my audience through use of colour, the size of the font, the pictures, puffs and cover lines
Developed many influences and ideas from my analysis of different genres of magazine and learnt about codes and conventions magazines used to communicate with their audience
Discovered the most successful techniques to communicate with my audience; superlatives, hyperboles, floating quotes, register etc.
Can now manipulate images and text with a whole lot more skill.</li>
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