We’re winding down the refinements and preparing for something new. This assignment was one of my favorites. It involved creating a direct mail advertisement to entice vendor participation in the New York Comic Con. The key to the advertisement was creating an infographic with information to show the benefits of participation. I had a lot … More GRA-491 Refinements
Well, here’s hoping this works. Here’s my final animated web ad for class. When I posted the rough version, it never showed up. I guess we’ll wait and see what happens here. Regardless I’ve had a rather enjoyable trip in learning print and web work. I’ve definitely already incorporated a few things into my work … More GRA-220 Final Web Ad
Well, either I forgot last week, did something technically wrong or somewhere in the ether is my web banner rough ad. Odd. Regardless, next week I’ll have the final design available, so hang tight. This week I’m sharing my final print ads. They turned out well. I received some great feedback that made very positive … More GRA-220 Final Magazine Ads
In following last week’s submission, here is the second of the magazine layout’s I’ve created. Like the first, this also utilizes action figures to play on audience pathos to motivate while portraying the sense of fun and whimsy of the event. Enjoy.
It would seem this class is advancing rapidly, already we’ve submitted rough drafts for half of our final project. The first half involves creating a print ad for magazines. For mine, I decided to focus on some of the other interesting aspects of the New York Comic Con beyond comics. To advertise these aspects, I … More GRA-220 Magazine Ad Rough Layout 1
Where is the month going? I seem to have lost track of time and missed this post last week. No worries though. As promised, here is the second image from my initial attempts. This involved a few different images layered and masked to create a composite that reflects a specific scene in the movie. I … More GRA-220 Beginnings II
Well, now we embark on a new class and a new adventure. This one proves to be interesting, and quite educational. For our project, we will be creating advertisements for print and digital distribution. While I am not unfamiliar with print applications, digital will be an interesting new realm for me, and one I’m quite … More GRA-220 Beginnings
This week I share the final back cover art design I submitted for our flyer project. Enjoy.
We have completed and submitted our final project. This week I’ll share the final front cover art design I submitted for the project. Enjoy.
Hi all, For this class, the final project entails developing a flyer to advertise an event. The flyer encompasses a front and back cover, and an interior design that contains infographics. I chose to advertise the New York Comic Con. This is the cover I designed for my flyer, all done in Illustrator.