Based on the following Exercises, and this example, create a 3-D character. Your charcter must fit on an 8 ½ X 11 inch sheet of paper with a ¼ inch margin. The Color Mode should be CMYK, and the Raster Effects should be High (300ppi). Your 3-D charcter should include a minimum of two seperate parts (head and body, or whatnot), and be sufficiently detailed. This assignment represents a capstone Illustrator project for you, and -- therefore -- should represent your best work.Your grade will be based on craftsmanship, expressiveness, and originality. Due Wednesday, November 18th, 2015
1) Create a Cool Vector Robot Character in Illustrator: Follow the instructions, and create a similar looking robot in Adobe Illustrator. Due Wednesday, October 28th, 2015
Quiz: Friday, November 6th, 2015
Vector Graphics: The use of geometrical objects such as points, lines, curves, and shapes, rather than a series of dots, to represent images in computer graphics.
Resolution: The measurement used to define the quality of a print, or display image on a monitor. Simply put, a printers resolution is measured in dots per inch (dpi), while the image displayed on a monitor is measured in pixels per inch (or ppi).
Margin (Gutter): Imprinted space around the edge of the printed material. Within the margin is the area where your main elements should be.
Crop (Cut, or Trim) Marks: Small printed crossed lines at the corners of a printed piece indicating where it is to be cut out of the sheet.
Bleed: Any element that extends past the edge of a printed page.
Additional Notes for Printer’s Information: here