Files to use -
Files to use - link
Refine Edge Explained
Mirror Tutorial -
Using the tools you were taught thus far (selection, refine edges, paste
into, transform selection, transform tools, and layer styles) create a New
York City Time's square theme using pictures of your choice!
Paste Into Command:
Image in a Screen
New brushes tutorial:
- Info Page
You are to find the car you would like to own one day. In a new file
(10 by 8 inches, saved as Last Name-Ideal Car) you are to do the
Create a new background
Create a new license plate
Place someone in the car to drive it (you made include passengers)
Place detailed work on the car (graphics, images, stripes, etc.)
Create new wheels or change existing wheels
Include a billboard with an advertisement
Be sure to use the following tools/elements you were taught: Tools
used in the previous assignments where appropriate, color replacement
tool, new brushes you create, etc.
Practice using liquify, filters and adjustment layers.
Example applications -- Tutorial -
From Photo to Pencil Sketch
You will be using both Powerpoint and
Photoshop to complete this assignment.
7--Clipping Mask of a Shape and Picture-4
10—Animating an action of your choice
Assignment #6--Creative Mosaic
You will be creating
a creative quilt.
Link to assignment:
Assignment #7: Halloween Scene in
a Halloween Shaped Frame
Fall Leaf Photo Frame
Students will create a Halloween Scene using at least 3 brushes that they
create and filling at least 2 areas with a pattern they create. The
final picture must be placed in a Halloween themed shaped frame!
Assignment #8--Create Your Own ClipArt
Custom Clipart Creation
You are to create a clip art to use in your song project.
Assignment #9-A Set of Mugs
Your assignment is to create a set of 4 mugs (4 different pictures)
You can use any mug or cup you wish
Choose a theme
Create an magazine advertisement out of your mugs
Assignment #10--Some advanced
Go to--Link and complete the following
Experiment In Embossing: Wood Grain Portrait
Texture to a Face
Creating an Avatar (Special Thanks to Betty Kohmuench
for this PowerPoint)
For Instructions for each Photoshop Assignment-Click