Visual puns critique. Graphic design 2012-2013 Ms. Scudder. critique. Did you/your classmate comprehend what a pun is? Did you/your classmate express the pun successfully through imagery? Did you/your classmate create a seamless integration of images?
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Visual puns critique Graphic design 2012-2013 Ms. Scudder
critique • Did you/your classmate comprehend what a pun is? • Did you/your classmate express the pun successfully through imagery? • Did you/your classmate create a seamless integration of images? • Did you/your classmate add personality to the visual puns? • Do you have any additional comments? What are some strengths in the piece? What could be done better or a different way?
Next steps: due Thursday • Add text to your compositions. • Choose at least one of your three visual puns that you think would benefit from adding text. You may be subtle about the size/placement of the text, or you may choose to make the text obvious. Play with colors, fonts, sizes, and placement on the page. • Create a new composition that illustrates a visual IDIOM (different than a pun). A visual idiom is the literal depiction of a phrase that is usually used as a metaphor. Some examples of phrases that would work well as visual idioms are “give me a hand” or “lend me your ears.” This composition should include a composite image as well as text.
Homework: due thursday • Artist Statement: • Write a brief artist statement about your three visual puns and your one visual idiom. It should include: • Elements of design that you used (line, shape, color, mass, texture, imagery, or text) • Methods/techniques you used (what specific Photoshop tools did you use? What skills did you rely on?) • Your intentions or any meaning behind each piece. • What you hope the viewer will get out of each piece.