Making your posters
Help kit
Look at your mock up
Have you included :
• the title?
• the names of the actors?
• a large image?
• a tagline?
• a credit ...
Use Publisher to make your posters
• Choose a blank A4 template
• Position your photo to cover the whole page.
• Make sure...
Use Word Art to create the title
• Then use Word Art tools to fill the text and
outline and change the font
• Because it i...
Put your title onto your poster
School’s Out
This title is made in a text box and doesn’t
have impact
This title is made i...
Add a credit block
(can use the
internet – Google
images – or make
your own in the
same style as)
Actor’s Names
• Again – make these in
Word Art but don’t choose
a fancy WordArt shape!
• Make sure they are bold
and clear.
Release Date
Tagline
• Should be short and
catchy
• E.g. ‘In space no-one
can hear you scream’
(name the film)
‘Watch Your Back’
(easie...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Making your posters help kit

181 views

Published on

Media Studies

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Making your posters help kit

  1. 1. Making your posters Help kit
  2. 2. Look at your mock up Have you included : • the title? • the names of the actors? • a large image? • a tagline? • a credit block • a release date? • decisions about colours/ costume? Does it show conventions of teen movies that you studied for the essay?
  3. 3. Use Publisher to make your posters • Choose a blank A4 template • Position your photo to cover the whole page. • Make sure the person/people in the photo take up most of the page Too small Much better
  4. 4. Use Word Art to create the title • Then use Word Art tools to fill the text and outline and change the font • Because it is Word Art you can change the size easily
  5. 5. Put your title onto your poster School’s Out This title is made in a text box and doesn’t have impact This title is made in Word Art and can be stretched to fit the space available
  6. 6. Add a credit block (can use the internet – Google images – or make your own in the same style as)
  7. 7. Actor’s Names • Again – make these in Word Art but don’t choose a fancy WordArt shape! • Make sure they are bold and clear.
  8. 8. Release Date
  9. 9. Tagline • Should be short and catchy • E.g. ‘In space no-one can hear you scream’ (name the film) ‘Watch Your Back’ (easier)

×