This is my final Leoporello project in Art 201. This is the spread export option. It’s more of a minimal, and clean style portfolio type of Leoporello. My goal was to keep it simple. It features exercises and projects I have completed over the semester, mostly in chronological order. This was a very fun and interesting project to complete, especially creating the physical book itself.
This is my final print for the print project. I took this photo along the Schuylkill River on Kelly Drive, and decided to give it an “other-worldly” or Sci-Fi look. There are two skies that blend into each other, as well as the faded moon and planets next to the moon. I also added the reflection in the water and gave it a blur and ripple effect to try and make it truly look like there was a reflection in the water. Overall, I really enjoyed working on this project and I feel I learned more about using Photoshop than I had originally planned.
My final project where i chose to create a dynamic piece in greyscale. To me the whole time after seeing this, the best description I could think of for this would be “Chaos”.
This was just something I was just curious about with what would this look like if the original was inverted and it created something just as dynamic.
My art book incorporating all our major projects of this Fall 2015 Semester.
Here is the compilation of the works I created during the 2015 fall semester in Digital Arts 201.
Presenting this semester’s exquisite corpse…