Adobe Illustrator Project

Write a proposal, do the project using Adobe Illustrator, then write Project Reflection. Please find the attachment for them. Follow all steps please, make sure about the sizes, and naming.ABSTRACTStudents will propose and create independently-driven yet guided work that uses Adobe Illustrator + any other creative interests.*DIRECTIONS1Your lab instructors will show you several examples of prior projects.2 Examine the following: the images you’ve been using throughout the semester, your discussion posts, course readings, and the Digital Arts Keywords. (All projects must be original content – no other copyrighted material can be present.)3 Determine your subject matter and a conceptual trajectory that is of personal interest. (Think, is there a project you’ve been wanting to do? DO THAT!)4 Choose something based on your interests and skill sets and complete the Proposal Form.5 Make sure that you examine the rubric before you turn in/print your project.6 Upload your pixel project using the following naming conventions: Final_lastname.ai. Example: Final_jayne.ai. (Also upload a .PDF version of your Final Project Images.)7 Have the final file(s) printed (does not need to be mounted) and ready to show for the Final Lab critique.8 After your project is complete. Compose a written a reflection that describes how it relates to the content discussed in the lecture as well as also outlining the advanced techniques utilized.*NOTE – IF YOU CREATE A NON-DIGITAL PROJECT, YOU WILL STILL NEED TO UPLOADA .AI THAT FOLLOWS THE REQUIREMENTS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THIS PROJECT.
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Digital Art 118 Project Proposals
Peck School of the Arts
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THIS FORM
Please fill in the forms under each of the topic headings.
Add any links or images to the .docx
file. Save this file proposal_lastname.docx, and upload to the associated D2L dropbox folder.
NAME: Your name goes here.
TENTATIVE TITLE: The title of your piece goes here.
ABSTRACT OVERVIEW: This is to be a 1-2 sentence abstract overview description of the
work being made.
RELATIVE KEYWORDS: Include what you will be incorporating as the key concepts from
the lecture into this project.
FABRICATION/PROCESS: Make sure you account for all of the tools and labor that go into
the making of the piece, as well as the steps you are going to take to finish the work on time.
CALENDAR: You will also set up a specific calendar of when and where parts of your piece
will be completed based on the project’s deadline.
VISUAL EXAMPLES:
Here is where you add links to videos, drag and drop drawings, images with overlays of the art, or
copy and paste other relevant visuals that indicate aesthetic.
Digital Art 118 | Project
Peck School of the Arts
FINAL PROJECT
ABSTRACT
Students will propose and create independently-driven yet guided work that uses Adobe Illustrator +
any other creative interests.*
FOLLOW
YOUR
FINE ART
DESIGN
MIXED MEDIA
INTERESTS
DIRECTIONS
1 Your lab instructors will show you several examples of prior projects.
2 Examine the following: the images you’ve been using throughout the semester, your
discussion posts, course readings, and the Digital Arts Keywords. (All projects must be original
content – no other copyrighted material can be present.)
3 Determine your subject matter and a conceptual trajectory that is of personal interest.
(Think, is there a project you’ve been wanting to do? DO THAT!)
4 Choose something based on your interests and skill sets and complete the Proposal Form.
5 Make sure that you examine the rubric before you turn in/print your project.
6 Upload your pixel project using the following naming conventions: Final_lastname.ai.
Example: Final_jayne.ai. (Also upload a .PDF version of your Final Project Images.)
7 Have the final file(s) printed (does not need to be mounted) and ready to
show for the Final Lab critique.
8 After your project is complete. Compose a written a reflection that describes how it relates
to the content discussed in the lecture as well as also outlining the advanced techniques
utilized.
*NOTE – IF YOU CREATE A NON-DIGITAL PROJECT, YOU WILL STILL NEED TO UPLOAD
A .AI THAT FOLLOWS THE REQUIREMENTS IN ORDER TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR THIS PROJECT.
Digital Art 118 Project Reflection
Peck School of the Arts
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING THIS FORM
After the completion of the midterm or final project, please use this form to reflect on your
experience. Save this file done_lastname.docx, and upload to the associated D2L dropbox folder.
NAME: Your name goes here.
TITLE: The title of your piece goes here.
CONNECT RELEVANT KEYWORDS: This is the section where you connect the
conceptual keywords from the lecture that are relevant to your project. Definitions are in the book.
Choose from the following:
RELATE AT LEAST 4 ADVANCED TECHNIQUES: Describe the advanced techniques
used in this project. (Copy and Paste Advanced Technique Tutorial here.)
GROWTH FROM FEEDBACK: During the informal critique, specific feedback was
delivered on aspects of the work to possibly alter. Use this section to describe what actions were
taken as a response to the critique.
WORK CITED PAGE:
Add all original images that are present in the final project, and their CC licenses. If using your
own image, please add and cite those as well. Add as many ‘save for web’ size images as
used/remixed in the project. Examples below:
Example:
Name: JD Hancock
Title: iVincent
*Source: photos.jdhancock.com/photo/2014-02-22200113-ivincent.html
Size: 240px x 160px
Date: 22 February 2014
*Copyright: CC 2.0 (Attribute/Share/Adapt)

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