First of all I took ascreen shot from thefootage I gathered forthe trailer. I cut out hisface using the magic Using the rubberwand tool and placed it tool onon a navy background Photoshop, I rubbed out the excess grid so the grid was only covering the faceI then added a grid of the imagebox on top of theimage
I then drew aroundselected amount ofgridlines so therewere individual I then moved thissquares that had new layer to the liftbeen selected with slightly so thethe knife tool selected cut out squares became disjointed from the original image to give the shatterI then made a new effectlayer where I wouldselect all of thesquares I had createdand placed the layeron top of the mainimage
I then needed tocreate lighter I then went intosquares on the the imageoriginal image to settings andgive the illusion changed thethat some other brightness of theblocks were in the individualearly process of squarestransportation I drew around individual squares, following the gridlines
I then repeatedthe process tocreate darkersquares
I then needed to add the title andthe tagline of the film.I did this by going on to the websitewhere I found the text so it wouldshow synergy between the text usedin the trailer and my poster.http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/typodermic/korataki/
I then needed to include some moretext on the poster. Still using thefont, I incorporated some extrainformation for the audience toconsume. By giving other films thatthe producer had made followed theconventions of posters that I hadanalysed. It allows the audience torelate this film to other films thatthey may have watched.
I then incorporated institutionalinformation at the bottom of my poster. Idid this so my poster would follow theconventions of a real film promotionalposter.I found an image a film poster and copiedthe institutional information.I then edited the text so all of the originalnames were replaced by names I hadinserted myself.
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