We are going to do a unit on finance. It is part of the "all aspects of the industry" that we cover in this class. 1. read lesson 1. (there are 4 pages) 2. Take the test and the end of the lesson 3. Take a screen shot of your score (command. shift . 4) drag across the score at the top and safe that pic to your google drive. 4. Move on to lesson 2 and then 3 and do the same. 5. At the end of the 3 lessons we will take another test that will cover all 3 subjects. All three lesson scores should be but in one google doc and shared with me. Due date Wednesday Midnight. share with email@example.com LESSON 1 Setting priorities Here's help for the first -- and often the hardest -- step in achieving your financial goals: deciding which goals to pursue.
LESSON 1 Setting priorities Here's help for the first -- and often the hardest -- step in achieving your financial goals: deciding which goals to pursue.
LESSON 2 Making a budget How to bring your spending under control, so that you get the most out of every dollar.
Make a line that curves, zigs and zags, has corners, etc. all around the paper (Screen). Turn the paper around until you see something that you can develop. Begin adding pattern, example -turn something into an elaborate eye, add more facial detail, add more pattern, keep going until the page is filled with pattern, thickened lines (from your original lines) to add emphasis, etc. Start with lines, shapes, etc.
Now flip it
Draw and turn it into ??? Join the lines and make to live paint. use paint bucket to color it in.
Graded on time spent on project, quality and creativity.
Get a high quality image of the internet of a model or reg. person. Make sure it is a closeup of their face and make sure they have hair, unlike me. Save the original image. Watch the video below and change the hair color of the person. Post both images on your blog for comparison. Please title your work as "changing hair color".
Finish up the Castle mag cover. No new assignments today Extra Credit. Create your own mag cover. use high res photo's. Line up text. Make it pop! Look for creating good contrast. Is is easy to see and read when you stand back away from the computer? EX.
*Another layer mask assignment. Choose one background picture and 3 other pictures in insert into the background picture. Your choice. *When searching for images type in the words high resolution and then the search word. For instance high resolution dog *Make it fun and funny.
READ The link to the lesson is below the picture. Download and open the two pics in the lesson so you have the ocean scene and the martini glass. When you finish their instruction I want you to choose two more objects to use in the project using the layer mask tool. So save two more pics That you add to the ocean/martini project. Open them from PHOTOSHOP. Do not drag them in or copy and paste. Here is my example. I added a dog in the glass and the gymnast.
That's right. Take a pic with your phone or the computer of your face. Copy and paste it into illustrator. Start tracing using the pen tool and brush/pencil if desired. Okay. 1. Close your lines 2. Command + to Make the pic giant. Trace slowly and carefully. Color it in. Weeeeeeeeeeeee. Fun!
This is a big project. 15 points instead of 10 points. You can earn up to 5 extra credit points if you also do the background. When you start your new project make sure it is in inches and that the orientation is correct. i.e. horizontal or vertical. Click on one image and copy and paste it onto your templet. Create a new layer and lock layer one. USE THE PEN TOOL.
Open Sea Shapes first. You should see seven simple line objects. The gray lines are the lines you want to reproduce. The purple boxes are where your anchor points should go, and the magenta and yellow lines are where the "handles" should be positioned to get the proper curves.
Set your fill color to none, and your stroke to black, 1pt.
Trace over the objects with the pen tool by drawing right on top of the template. Place anchor points on the purple rectangles and drag “handles” out along the guides. The magenta handles are guides that you click and drag along. The yellow handles are trickier—you drag away from them; as you do, a handle will grow out of the anchor point and move in the opposite direction of your drag. Align these "backside" handles with the yellow guides.
Do not add any anchor points or reposition handles—follow the template exactly.
Almost all of these shapes should be drawn as closed paths (end where you begin; no gaps). There are only two open paths/line: the cat's mouth and the contour of one of the cat's legs.
Things to remember:
To make a corner point, just click with the pen tool without dragging (or click on a curve point with the convert tool ).
To draw a smooth-curve, click and drag to create direction lines (handles).
To create a corner-curve point, click and drag on a handle with the convert tool.
To create a "hybrid" point (with one handle), click and drag to create the curve. Next. position the pointer over the last point drawn, and simply click without dragging to start a straight line.
Use the Direct Selectiontool to edit curves and points.
To convert a point from curved to corner (or vice versa), use the Convert Direction tool .
To join path segments, select the endpoint of each path with the direct selection tool, then choose “Average” then “Join” from the “Object” menu.
When you are using the pen tool , hold down the option key to get the convert tool ; hold down the command key to get the last selection tool you used.
The umbrella top and handle are two separate shapes that don’t connect.
The palm tree is also two separate shapes.
Hold down the shift key to draw perfectly horizontal and vertical lines in the truck.
The sailboat has 6 distinct parts: mast, boom, hull, pennant, and two sails.
Make sure the features of the cat and its inner leg are brought to the front. The inner leg is a separate (open path) stroke.
The dog’s nose is a separate shape.
The toucan’s beak should be in front.
Don’t add any anchor points to any of the animals.
Paint your shapes. Add fills (flat colors, gradients, or patterns).
When you have completed Sea Shapes, let me check them, then move on to Animal Shapes. Note that guides for the handles are not provided for Animal Shapes; you'll have to determine where to place them.
Watch the tutorial and follow along in illustrator. There is no assignment to turn in. You are simply learning how to use the pen tool. After the tutorial is over, Practice using the pen tool to create shapes and designs. If you like what you have created you can post it on your blog.
Go ahead and finish up your project. If you are done, you may do another and add it to your blog or you can use this time to read the article put up the other day or use this time to study for another class.