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Digital graphics
Primary colours Secondary colours Tertiary
colours
Warm colours and
cool colours can
represent your
mood for example
if yo...
Unit 13 Assignment 2
What is digital graphics:
digital graphics are images and or text created on or
scanned into a comput...
What is digital graphics?
Applying computer technology to create your artwork.
Digital graphics can be split into four sub...
Graphical styles
 A graphic style is a set of reusable appearance attributes.
Graphic styles allow you to quickly change ...
Cel-Shading
 is a type of non-photorealistic
rendering designed to make 3-
D computer graphics appear to
be flat.
 Cel-s...
Abstract
 The most strict definition of an abstract strategy game requires that it
cannot have random elements or hidden ...
Photorealism
 Photorealism is the genre of painting based on
using cameras and photographs to gather visual
information.
Exaggeration
 Exaggeration is used in games, mostly in RPG
 this art style is used for anime and manga typically
 artis...
Cel-Shading Game
Action Doom 2: Urban Brawl
Urban brawl takes the popular ‘beat-em-up’ style and fuses it with your favour...
Games with exaggeration
Tekken 6
Tekken 6 is a game were all the
characters have a story line and a
special fighting skill...
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  1. 1. Digital graphics
  2. 2. Primary colours Secondary colours Tertiary colours Warm colours and cool colours can represent your mood for example if you’re in a red room you will feel warm, if you were in a blue- green(grey blue) room you would feel cooler. MONOCHROMATIC same colour(blue) just lighter(by adding white you get baby blue) or darker(by adding black you get dark blue)
  3. 3. Unit 13 Assignment 2 What is digital graphics: digital graphics are images and or text created on or scanned into a computer. A digital camera uses 1's and 0's to create the image, not film, so the photograph is also considered digital. whereas a photograph from film is just a photographic print.
  4. 4. What is digital graphics? Applying computer technology to create your artwork. Digital graphics can be split into four sub-categories: • Bitmap • Vector • Meta • Animated Graphics fall into three main categories: • Images, e.g. scanned/downloaded photos • Computer generated graphics, e.g. logos, interface elements • Computer generated images, e.g. graphics that look lifelike
  5. 5. Graphical styles  A graphic style is a set of reusable appearance attributes. Graphic styles allow you to quickly change the look of an object; for example, you can change its fill and stroke color, alter its transparency, and apply effects in one step. All the changes you apply with graphic styles are completely reversible.  You can apply graphic styles to objects, groups, and layers. When you apply a graphic style to a group or layer, every object in the group or layer takes on the attributes of the graphic style
  6. 6. Cel-Shading  is a type of non-photorealistic rendering designed to make 3- D computer graphics appear to be flat.  Cel-shading is often used to imitate the style of a comic books or cartoons.  Cels (short for celluloid),  Conventional (smooth) lighting values are considered for each pixel and then quantized to a small number of isolated shades to create the characteristic flat look. where the shadows and highlights appear more like blocks of colour rather than mixed in a smooth way
  7. 7. Abstract  The most strict definition of an abstract strategy game requires that it cannot have random elements or hidden information.  Some abstract strategy games have multiple starting positions of which it is required that one be randomly determined.  Some games, such as Arimaa and DVONN, have the players build the starting position in a separate initial phase which itself conforms strictly to abstract strategy game principles
  8. 8. Photorealism  Photorealism is the genre of painting based on using cameras and photographs to gather visual information.
  9. 9. Exaggeration  Exaggeration is used in games, mostly in RPG  this art style is used for anime and manga typically  artist exaggerates many things within the game, mostly games with a Japanese influence, for example, in the game "final fantasy 7" the character "cloud" has a huge sword. Exaggeration is also used for emotions, as the characters have bigger eyes when sad, and strong characters are muscular etc.
  10. 10. Cel-Shading Game Action Doom 2: Urban Brawl Urban brawl takes the popular ‘beat-em-up’ style and fuses it with your favourite game. Not only does urban brawl break new ground in terms of gameplay, but visuals as well. From start to finish the game looks and feels like a virtual comic book, the world and its inhabitants are entirely cell shaded and the story is told through a series of sin city inspired cut scenes. You will fight dozens of new enemies, using over 15 new weapons to beat the life out of them. Fight across 9 brand new levels, choosing between numerous paths and decisions, each vastly changing the outcome of the game.
  11. 11. Games with exaggeration Tekken 6 Tekken 6 is a game were all the characters have a story line and a special fighting skill, this is an exaggeration game because some of the characters such as Jin (photo) he has unhuman powers, his hair is exaggerated, and his clothes are exaggerated.
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