Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Presentation q4


Published on

Published in: Education
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Presentation q4

  1. 1. The Opacity slider allows you to specify how transparent your shadow will be. A setting of 0% is completely see through while 100% is completely opaque. The angle spinner allows you to change the angle in which light sources come from. The Distance slider changes the apparent distance between the subject and the background. This effect is done by altering the distance between the subject and the drop shadow itself. The spread slider changes how gradually the shadow fades out at the edges. The size slider changes the apparent size of the shadow. As you increase the size, the shadow grows in 1 pixel increments. Shadows
  2. 2. Brightness, Contrast & Layers I used the brightness tool to make the colour of the animals more eye catching. I increased the contrast on the mouse the most to make it look like a ‘hot’ looking red colour. To create the background I used a number of different layers with the lines from the drawings of the cat and mouse. I put these layers together to form what appears to be a collage of squiggly lines.
  3. 3. Magic Wand Tool The magic wand tool looks for pixels which are of the same colour and tone. This allowed me to crop unusual shapes which will have been extremely hard to have done manually.
  4. 4. Creating colouring on text I wanted a unique colour for the font. The styles tab brings up a range of different colour fonts so I picked the one that I thought is the most eye catching.
  5. 5. Creating the digipack template These are dimension I used for each panel. I used the resolution at 300 pixels/inch as it allows for optimum image quality.