Professor Diana Schoenbrun | COMD 3313 | SP22

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Assignment 2

EDITORIAL ILLUSTRATION

Overall Project Description:

Create an Editorial Illustration for an article in a magazine printed or online.
You will be choosing the article.

Work will be judged on the clarity and cleverness of the overall concept, thoughtful utilization of composition, the use of value, and of course the skillfulness of overall technique.

The final illustration may be traditional or digital.

Note the faster turnaround time for this assignment! Illustrations meant for publication in Magazines and Newspapers, digital or traditional, have very quick deadlines.

So does this project. Work efficiently.

GRADING BREAKDOWN:            

50 % project grade Submit a PDF PROCESS BOOK guiding us through the project from inception to conclusion.

  • Carefully SCAN/photograph all your process work. This should include a link to your article, or scan of article in print, Brainstorming notes or word web, Thumbnails, Concept Sketches, Value Roughs, Color Roughs, Related Sketchbook Work, and Final Art.
  • Carefully Label all of your work so that your thought process is CLEAR.
    Be sure all of it is presented well: facing the right way, no shadows in the picture, good contrast, etc.

50 % project grade Submit a publication ready 300 DPI JPEG of Final ART

Instructions

  • The final color illustration must be created using a limited palate.
  • It can be made using a combination of traditional and digital drawing,
    inking and coloring skills.
  • Final art should be made to fit the real magazine’s specs if there is a print version, 8″x10″ approximately. Discuss size with professor.
  • Students will be required to present the illustration alone, as well as a digital mock-up of the illustration with the Magazine Masthead or logo if it makes sense.
  • Work in Progress should be posted for feedback to the OPEN LAB, (categorize as work in progress)

Due Date(s)

Assignment02-Final_Stevette.M

The name of the article I chose was, “The Road to Self-Driving Cars is Full of Speed Bumps” written by Hannah Fry

In this article, the author explains that the dream of self-driving cars might be a lot further away than we think. Knowing how certain people and drivers act malicious on the road, a self-driving car, in any situation, cannot think like a machine but needs to think and act as if a human brain is in control over its functions. Only then, would they allow a fully automated car to be released on the street without the assistance of a human driver.

Final Project: Part 2

Color Study

  1. Work on a color study to decide on your color palette. Do 2 color roughs.
  2. Work on typography and lettering for the film title and director’s name.
    I suggest using Illustrator or Indesign to add type. You can use a placeholder font for now and talk to me in class about a font to use.
  3. Bring in your color your mock-up with type roughly placed for next week.
    You will have additional time to work in class so bring your files.
    Remember the final poster can be traditional media or digital.
  4. Post to Openlab>Activities>Final Project>Film poster, Week 13

Final Poster is due by our final class on December 16.

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