Double Page-Spread

I have finally finished my double page spread. This is what it turned out like: last draftThis is my final draft on my magazine double page spread. I liked the way the focus of the poster is the top half of both pages; the eyes of Isaac and the title ‘Isaac’ clearly visible. I wanted to create an article on the reaction to the release of Isaac and its hit success.

Ancillary 2 Evidence

While editing my double page spread, i was able to save drafts of the progression of my editing. This allowed me to correct mistakes that might be executed through the process. When creating this double page spread, the hardest part of it was the editing the fading background in as the colouring changed and there was still a hint of blue within the background. I had to crop the right side of the picture so the face was completely on one side of the picture. This was because the face would have been split in half if in the middle.

Ancillary 1 final piece

I have finally finished my Poster for my short film. This is the final piece, which includes the memories that the main character ‘Isaac’ goes through within the short film. I wanted to show the memories of Isaac’s for advertisement to show the viewers a slight focus on what the short film will be about. But then not giving away the ending. The picture on top of Isaac in Limbo also gives a hint to the narrative but doesn’t entirely give the movie short film away.

POSTER FINISHED

Production Log Poster Editing

Again I have continued editing my poster, combining the images that I have edited with the ‘Cutout’ filter. Making layers on Photoshop to add images I was able to finish my collage and have the foreground for my poster. After that I added the writing for the poster, using ‘Lucida Handwriting’ for the Title. I also used ‘Lucida Sans Unicode’ for the poster credits to and shrank the lettering to 9.5 size. I then added the movie award template and the stars, using the duplicate tool to create the same size awards. This allowed me to finished the poster. Here is the editing process throughout:

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