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TRANSPARENT EDITS OF HOKUSAI'S ARTWORKS

Using Adobe Photoshop, I was able to manipulate Hokusai's artworks and separate them from their backgrounds. In doing so, I had to quick-select the parts of the images I wanted to take out and change the formatting of the image. My group and I added these images to our Google presentation of Hokusai in order to make our presentation more appealing and interesting.

FOURTH OF JULY; ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

I quick-selected the building and refined its edge, making sure that there were no traces of the sky from its original image, and then copied my quick-selected layer onto the layer of the fireworks. By adjusting the lighting, colors, and light angles of the building, I was able to make it look as if the fireworks and building were naturally from the same image.
The original photos of Fourth of July

X-MEN COMIC BOOK COVER; ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

I had to make many different layers and quick-select the parts I wanted to color in, a sure way of making sure that I would not color over parts that differed in color or had no color at all. In addition, I added gradients to texts and the background to give variety to the comic book cover. Usually comic books have really vibrant and bold colors, but I wanted to choose more subdued colors as a personal preference.

PHOTO RESTORATION; ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

I used the spot healing tool, healing brush, and clone stamp tool to restore these given images. I got rid of photo damage and scratches in order to make the images look good as new.

HAUNTED HOUSE; ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

I manipulated the scaling and lighting on the house in order to make them more abnormal and added layers on top of/below the house to make a night sky, rain, and fog. In addition I made it appear as if there was a light on in the house to make the house appear more eerie.

PAINTINGS - KAUAI WATERFALLS; ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

After our surrealism unit, we focussed on paintings. Using adobe photoshop I added brush strokes and texture to the original image to make it seem as if it's a painting.

SURREALISM PROJECT; ADOBE PHOTOSHOP

My surrealism project had 27 layers; each object, was taken from individual pictures and put onto my photoshop canvas to create this image. The man in the suit originally had a different head but I took the male head from Rene Magritte's Lovers and manipulated its size and color to match that of the the suited body. I took two different images of the beach, one with the sand and the rocks/ rocky land, and another with the ocean and combined them to look as if they're one beach. I also took TVs with transparent insides and added different pictures into them--some which I took-- and then layered text and static onto them.

GRR; ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR

I used adobe illustrator and created Gir from Invader Zim. I layered each object to simplify the process and then added a background that I thought complimented the drawing.

SOSUKE - PONYO; ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR

Using adobe illustrator, I drew Sosuke from Ponyo. Similar to Invader Zim, I found a picture of Sosuke and changed the formatting of the picture so I was able make the actual photo a template and draw on top of it. In addition, I also added a background that I thought was fitting of the character and the movie.

SAKAMOTO-SAN - NICHIJOU

Using adobe illustrator, I drew Sakamoto-san from Nichijou. Similar to Invader Zim, I found a picture of Sakamoto and changed the formatting of the picture so I was able make the actual photo a template and draw on top of it. In addition, I also added a background that I thought was fitting of the character.

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All my own taken/made photos

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