Final Emma Rasmussen

This year in photoshop, I learned all the basics like the quick selection tool and how sometimes the magic wand works better and I also learned that I need to make another layer before I do anything (I could not figure out how to delete a back ground for the longest time). I also learned how to cover up logos, create a double exposure effect as well as a dispersion effect.

This year in illustrator, I learned how to turn words into pictures and give them shape to add to the meaning as seen it this, my social issue poster. It also allowed for the resolution in some of my work to be much better.

In InDesign, I learned about leading and kerning and how to use that to manipulate shape. In this piece, I used leading and kerning to make a perfect square, filled with things that describe me.

This year, I learned how to work with a partner because we had to share the same computer to make one piece of work. We had to collaborate ideas and make sure we were both hear in order to make a master piece.

My partner, Hallie, and I worked with a client Mr. Hasbrouck. While working with him we made several different copies of several poster and moved things around and we even made a cut out of a crown and a poster with just the tent and allowed him to find out how he liked the poster. Because we listened to our clients wants, we were able to create a winning poster pleasing everyone.

It is important for an artist, like myself, to have a portfolio expressing my beliefs on what my portfolio is all about because it allows others to see life through my eyes and know how I'm feeling about my art.

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