Ideas for an art project

Discussion in 'GBAtemp Art Studio' started by blue99, Jan 2, 2008.

  1. blue99
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    blue99 The Original Fake

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    I have a project on my media arts assignment where i have to make a photo montage that represents what I learned using photoshop. Basically I know the basic one I learned, and some intermediate ones they didn't teach. I'm stuck on how am I going to accomplish this, anyone have any ideas?
     
  2. VBKirby

    VBKirby GBAtemp Regular

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    Um... Could you maybe explain in a little more detail? I really don't have a clue what you just said. (That was not intended to sound mean if it did)
     
  3. jumpman17

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    Maybe take some of your best past assignments and use those at the photos, then use what you've learned (spacing, composition, layout, whatever) to put together a montage (collage), etc...?
     
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    blue99 The Original Fake

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    I can't use old themes that I used throughout my course.

    VBKirby, Basically, I have to collect images and put them into one scene so that it shows a theme or something.
     
  5. Taras

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    How about a contemporary statement utilizing the Bhutto assassination, but with a christmas/overt-commercial theme. Paint in reindeer horns and santa hats on the crowd. Sort of an East vs. West sort of concept.
     
  6. nando

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    you could take a long panoramic photo transitioning in time (day to night) from left to right at the same time transitioning different effects you learned along the way.