This is the sub-page that contains all of the photo-like projects we did.

 

One-Page Event Flyer

The goal of this project was to make a flyer for a specific organization, real or fake, providing all the info you would find in your typical flyers, such as the event, the description of the event, the location, contact info, and more. I decided to do make a flyer for the Martial Arts place I go to.

 

Image of InDesign interface

Here’s an image of the program InDesign, and the things I used to make this flyer.

Tri-Fold

The goal of this project was to make a file that represents a tri-fold. We had to structure it like a tri-fold, taking into consideration which pages would be the front page, back page, and the rest of the pages. We could base this tri-fold on whatever we wanted.

Here’s a link to the PDF

Image of InDEsign interface.

Here’s an image of InDesign, and all the things relevant to making the tri-fold.

 

Perspective Drawings

While we were working on our documentaries and our explorations projects, we had a bunch of smaller projects we had to do during that time as well, because they need an excuse to make us do work at home. One of the things we did was perspective drawings. The goal of these perspective drawings was to make a scene involving points of perspective. We needed to make two 1-point, two 2-point, and two 3-point drawings, where only one of them needed to be fully colored.

We also had to make one 6-point drawing, which is essentially a 360 image. That’s the kind of image you can put on a VR headset, and look all around in. I will provide a link to Google Photos if you want to look at the image through its 360 camera view. Honestly, I didn’t really like how it turned out, but at least it was a minuscule sliver of fun to make.

This is what the image looks like before putting it in a 360 view program.

Here’s the link to the 360 of the 360 image.

Image of Photoshop interface

Here’s an image of one of the angles we had to draw this 360 image in. This was really complicated.