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Whise Graphics Portfolio

  1. 1. Kristen M. Whise Graphics Portfolio
  2. 2. Frames from a Photoshop Animation
  3. 3. 3D Top
  4. 4. Landscape
  5. 5. the President’s Perspective F ebruary finds us about halfway through winter and, even with cold temperatures lurking outdoors, it only Chair not only for 2010 but also for 2011. Al Burger has taken the initiative to coordinate this year’s Looking forward, we’ll takes a sunny day to generate visions event and maintain the strong be working of a brisk drive in our favorite Jaguar tradition of JAGM as a great place to on some come spring. Of course with spring a display your Jaguar. interesting young man’s (or woman’s) fancy turns Please express your appreciation to gatherings Volume 42, Issue 1 to thoughts of.the JCNA AGM. This Al for making the commitment to (See the club event’s calendar in year’s meeting on March 26-27 in the the next issue) for the coming year January, 2010 relatively nearby city of Indianapolis deliver our Concours as scheduled. More importantly, please offer him and I encourage your participation makes it rather convenient for us your assistance in whatever way whenever possible. The Board will The Official Newsletter of the Jaguar Affiliates Group of Michigan Midwest Region members. JAGM will possible to accomplish the myriad work hard to fill the activities calendar be sending two delegates (at their of tasks required for success. It just and we’ll put the entire schedule own expense as always) and additional can’t happen without the army of in The Indicator whenever space participants are welcome to attend. I volunteers to attend to every detail. permits. We hope by finalizing events send this reminder now to urge those far enough in advance and keeping of you considering this pilgrimage The Concours is our club’s most you advised of the upcoming outings to visit the JCNA website and make important event as it determines our you will be able to coordinate your reservations early at the host hotel. image and reputation within JCNA. plans to accommodate the entertaining Former attendees have assured me We want to continue to foster and opportunities ahead. that it’s an event worth experiencing expand the enthusiastic participation of entrants from surrounding states Dave at least once in your life and at past and Canada that we currently enjoy. Gamret, AGMs a good time was had by all. Let’s all contribute to make it a President I am pleased to report that we have great experience for each and every resolved the major issue of Concours attendee. Christmas Party 2009 Table of Contents JAGM Board of Directors See you at the February 16th meeting! JAGM Board of Directors ..........................................Page 2 President, Dave Gamret 734.480.3041 dgamret@ comcast.net C omments overall about the Shenandoah were quite favorable. The main criticism was the long wait at the bar when it first opened. The price of the mixed drinks was considered rather high—but I ordered a Martini and it had Race Rochester Indoor Go Kart Racing .....................Page 2 to be a double! The amount of food provided Vice President, 313.534.5163 jbailey111@ Mad Dogs Reminder ..................................................Page 2 for the entree was considered skimpy by a Tom Bailey comcast.net couple of members. For me it was about right Websites to Check Out! ............................................Page 2 Treasurer, 586.945.4509 tmoore02@ for I find that most restaurants sell me twice C e e ed Change Service Requested Change Service R Tim Moore iacna.com as much food than I can eat. When comparing the President’s Perspective........................................Page 3 Shenandoah with last year’s party at Baypointe, Secretary, 248.549.4083 wayneelm38@ I find that the total cost for members and the December 2009 Christmas Party ..............................Page 3 Wayne Schultz sbcglobal.net club at Shenandoah was $1071 less than at What IS That? ............................................................Page 4 Newsletter 734.416.3839 jagmeditor@ Baypointe. If we decide to return next year to Good Friends! Barb and Mike McMenamin Editor, yahoo.com Shenandoah, I shall Mailing Information....................................................Page 4 Kris Whise ask them to address Great Job, and THANKS!!! our concerns. for all your time and efforts in organizing our Christmas Party, Race Rochester Indoor Go Kart Racing I would like to hear further comments at both this year, JAGMEditor@yahoo.com and in years past. Milford, MI 00000 P lan this date to head to the race track to practice up for the upcoming my E-mail address 0000 Saint Antoine driving season. We will get together at Race m61bmcm@netzero.net - Mike McMenamin Todd Scultz - Membership When: Sunday Good Company! Rochester Indoor Kart Racing. Good Times!!! January 24 They are on the North side of Rochester, at 153 East Page 3 Jaguar Affiliates Group of Michigan Time: 2:00PM – 4:00PM Tienken Road, Rochester Hills at the NE corner of Rochester Road. They have several styles of race cars to fit any needs, although not on the track at the same time. The cars have 9 HP engines, not the 5 HP as other indoor race tracks. You really have to drive the car and track, including drifting for maximum speed. All cars have lap timers, so you can race against everyone else without worrying about bumping, squeezing and passing. We have a special package price of $30 for three 10 minute races. It is quite a bargain. You can find more information at Websites to Check Out! www.RaceRochester.com If you are sitting in front of your computer, and are tired After working up a bit of a hunger, we’ll stop at a local of looking at the same old websites, take a look at these! restaurant for an early dinner. Jaguar clubs of North america ................... www.jcna.com Bob Jaguar Information ............................ www.jag-lovers.com Cover Photograph E-Type, XK, Sedan, Database .............. www.xkedata.com Mad Dogs Reminder Classic Car Forum ........................... www.insiderslist.com Car Sales ......................................... www.hemmings.com M ark your calendars for the weekend of July 8–9, 2010 for the JAGM Annual Caravan to the Barn Theater & Hickory Corners for the Mad Dogs & Englishmen Car show. Jaguar USA Home Page ..................... www.jaguarusa.com …see page 2 for more information! If you have some website “personal favorites” which you It is ALWAYS a good time! think other Jag enthusiasts will enjoy, please forward them Plan on attending—Jaguar is this year’s Marque to jagmeditor@yahoo.com. Photographs and Newsletter Design Page 2 by Kristen Whise Page 4 April 14, 2010 April 14, 2010 Newsletter
  6. 6. Hard Line Drawing
  7. 7. Walter Maxwell The Co Costume Logos
  8. 8. Poster
  9. 9. Soft Edge Art
  10. 10. Photograph Retouch & Colorization
  11. 11. Think S po ns or You ed by th e Am er ica n L ung n Associatio Smoke Poster
  12. 12. The Ice Festival The Ice Festival Tradition P Program of Events The Annual Ice Fes The Annual Ice Festival is a tradition that began in town over 25 Annnual Fe b began n town o Friday y Ice years ago. sa o years ago. 4PM R Registration for Saturday’s The Co Costume In the beginning, college students would reserve reser ese erve Snow Sculpture Contest the last weekend in January to relax and have have 6PM Candlelight Tour of the fun in the snow. Eventually, the winter weekend ice houses on Fraternity/Sorority row Festival became more formal to include contests and mal to inc dances. 9PM Reception by the fireplace in the Alumni Lodge featuring live entertainment and refreshments THE COSTUME SHOPPE PE introd in introduced the idea of an annual Ice Festival • Costume Rental and Sales • Costume Ball in 1970. The ball has Saturday become the highlight of the festival, • Children’s Sizes • • Accessories • Program and THE COSTUME SHOPPE continues to . supply costumes for the ball. tinues u 10AM– 2PM Snow Sculpture Contest in Crestview Park st • Make-up and Wigs • of The program for this year’s Ice Festival ce Festiv Festival 3PM Awards Ceremony for Snow Sculpture Contest prize winners • Free Alterations • Events contains a mixture of traditional and new events. 5PM Costume Preparation in the Alumni Lodge • Custom-Made-Cosutmes • (Employees from THE COSTUME SHOPPE will be present to help with costume assembly.) 8PM all The Annual Ice Festival Costume Ball Sunday 11AM Hearty Brunch at the Silvertown Inn 2PM Sledding at the Country Club Golf Course 4PM M F Farewell Reception in the Alumni lodge Front & Back Covers Inside Pages Event Flyer
  13. 13. Collage
  14. 14. Letter Art
  15. 15. Autobiography Using Only Text

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