Friday, May 30, 2014

Graduate Art
The last day of photoshop called for us to take a famous work of art and put it in graduate attire. I admit that all I did was add a hat and a diploma, but it was very difficult to find a picture that would go along with the size of the graduate clothes pictures that were online. It definitely could've been done better, but I still find it funny when the Mona Lisa is sporting such a lopsided cap.
Another work for days of photoshop, I made an animation of a plane. Nothing really special about this one, just a plane flying across a partially cloudy sky. Peaceful don't you think? Vroom vroom
Scary Sign
While the prompt for this day of photoshop was a scary sign, I took it as being a sarcastic sort of situation. Make a "scary sign". So, I took the least scariest thing of all, in addition to having a heart that says I love you, and made it into a caution sign. Please. Beware of cuddles.

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Forrest Gump Statue
Part of the days of photoshop, this is a picture of the iconic movie Forrest Gump, during which Forrest is explaining his life's stories to strangers. The project was to turn the icon into a sculpture, so I chose to turn Forrest (and his box of chocolates) into a statue. I find it quite funny, a tribute to one of the best movies of all time.

Thursday, May 22, 2014

Movie Poster Parody
This is for the next day of photoshop. I made Barnzilla, taking Barney from a popular kids tv show and gave him a movie poster. Taking the text from the 2014 Godzilla movie (I recommend seeing it, I liked it) I put Barney in the background giving him a city to trample as well. Not a bad poster if I do say so myself.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Puppy Scribble Art
Taking a picture of a cute little puppy, I took and added a layer mask. From there, I took and proceeded to create lines in the mask which allowed part of the picture to poke through the mask and thus resulting in the puppy string you see here. I think this creation was very fun to make and resulted in a nice little picture

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Literal Interpretations
These are literal interpretations I made for the 6th day of photoshop. The words I interpreted are firearm, limelight, fisheye, horseman, and watchman. I feel that these are all self explanatory and I did enjoy being creative while making all of them.