I know you guys have been busy with the Design Journal – so I hope getting your porfolio together won’t be too time consuming.
Two good options are:
- OpenLab ePorfolio: Since you know well how to Post on the OpenLab course site, it wouldn’t be too hard to make an ePortfolio with a page or two for all your pieces with labels. See Create ePortfolio. The big benefit here is that all course work stays within our OpenLab course.
If not, a Folder with your name on Google Drive is great also : Upload and share with CDiamond@Pratt.edu
Let me know if you have any questions.
Presentation of Digital Journals during Zoom meeting
Work on Final Portfiolios – Due Thursday.
Please organize your semester’s work, everything you have
Label your files by Assignment and first Name, eg/ Line Design.Izzy..jpg , properly shot and cropped
Shape and Symmetry Organic plant and pattern project
Texture Value Collage (I have B&W) Color
Golor Grids and Graphic Landscape
Transparency 2 files
Form and Space, Digital Illustrator and Hand DRawing files
Any other sketches you may have or anything I forgot?
Monday class: Assignment #7 Form and Space, Part 1 and 2. sketching Geometric objects, and Adobe Illustrator Experimentation with 3D form Extrude and Revolve Tools.
Come with your sketches and Illustrator to work on. Post on Open Lab in Works in Process.
Thursday: Continuation of Project #7
Monday meeting to see progress, and/or completion of Color Landscape Project.
Keep posting works in progress, and drafts of final. Read and reread Project description sheet for reference.
Study Color and Design Terminology
I see some new Color posts that look great, so before Monday please make sure to comment/reply to at least two fellow student projects and also to reply to anyone who has commented on your piece, even if just a thank you.
Please review Making a Post for guidelines on making constructive comments. This is part of your grade for the project. Knowing your color vocabulary will help.
For Monday also please have 5 thumbnail sketches in progress for part two of the Color Project #5, from your research on landscape photography, some in line and also try with tone changes using regular pencil(s), and maybe color notes in the margins, of what palette you’d like to use (warm, cool, complimentary) . We will continue to work on part two in class Monday.