- Design Brief:
- Create a liquified image for a music band to be applied to a vinyl record sleeve mockup and Spotify application.
"Vinyl mockup"'cover record mockup' from pixeden
"Flower Image"Photo by Lacie Slezak on Unsplash
- Source an image (or use the one in the link provided) and create a liquified image in Photoshop. Add text, save artwork to Adobe Library and apply it to a vinyl mockup.
- Source an image and create a liquified image in Photoshop. Add text, save artwork to Adobe Library and apply it to a vinyl mockup and to 3 different devices showing a music app.
- Source 2 or 3 images and create a liquified images from each in Photoshop. Add text, save artworks to Adobe Library and apply them to a series of 2 or 3 vinyl mockups (could be a series of albums from the same artist/band), and to 3 different devices showing a music app.
- Design Constraints:
- Use Photoshop and the filter Liquify to distort an image to be used on band artwork. Use Adobe Library to save artwork and apply to different platforms and mockups.
- Design Goals:
- Create an abstract design using a conventional image and apply to band/artist artwork.
- Tools & Techniques:
- Photoshop Liquify ToolAdobe PhotoshopAdobe LibraryPhotoshop Smart ObjectsMockups
- Total Time Allowed:
- 60 Minutes for Beginner: Source an image, create an artwork using Liquify and apply to a vinyl mockup. 90 Minutes for intermediate: Source an image, create an artwork using Liquify and apply to a vinyl mockup. Apply same artwork to music application like Spotify. 120 Minutes for advanced: Source 2 or images, create 2 or 3 artworks using Liquify and apply to a vinyl mockups (series of 2 or 3 albums).. Apply same artworks to music application like Spotify.
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Weekly Design Exercise abbrev. DEX
noun: weekly design exercise; plural noun: weekly design exercises
1.Activity requiring physical effort occurring once a week, carried out to sustain or improve health and fitness of your freakin’ mind.
E.”Weekly Design Exercise improves your Adobe skills and design power"
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