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Art 42 01 Japanese Print Trace, Spring 2011

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Trace over a Japanese print to learn how to use the pen tool in Illustrator. Also very good for learning how to use a limited color palette, sampling colors from the actual print. First lessons in …

Trace over a Japanese print to learn how to use the pen tool in Illustrator. Also very good for learning how to use a limited color palette, sampling colors from the actual print. First lessons in creating shapes with gradient and solid color fills. Making lines, closed paths, open paths, all part of this assignment.

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  • 1. Art 42, Intro. to Computer Illustration
    01, Japanese Print Trace
  • 2. Write up a 50 word minimum critique for just one other student, not a friend. Look for the weakest project and make concrete suggestions for improvement that have to do with changing size, color, rotation, selection of original object, things like that. Try not to make any judgment calls on the imagery, just gently suggest what might be done to improve how the features in the face read, or the texture of the skin appears. Give the student something to work with to improve the image.
    You have one week after the critique to polish your images. This is your opportunity to take in any suggestions made by other students for improvement, before I 1) grade the projects or 2) print out the projects. This gives you the best possible chance at a good grade. If your work is receiving lots of suggestions for improvement from other students and you try those suggestions, it generally helps your grade.
    Make sure when you write up your critique that you label it Smith for Jones with your last name and the last name of the student it’s written for. I have labeled all of the slides here with the student’s names. Your critiques should be added as a new post to the Discussion Forums for the class on myCR.
  • 3. Solomon Decamp
  • 4. Patrick Gaskins
  • 5. Andrea Gross
  • 6. Brian Jones
  • 7. Leslie Lewis
  • 8. Noah Melton
  • 9. Alyssa Newton
  • 10. Sarah Sinnott
  • 11. Cristina Upton
  • 12. Debra Walker
  • 13. Megan Westersund
  • 14. Cristina Upton
  • 15. Blake Barr
  • 16. Justin Saldana-Oliver
  • 17. Debbie Vosevich

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