Objective: Design a tshirt in Adobe Illustrator
1) Research tshirt designs that inspire you.
2) Create 5 thumbnails for your design.
3) Create a detailed rough.
4) Use Adobe Illustrator to begin constructing the idea you created in your rough.
5) After we are finished, we as a class will vote on the winner!
1) You must have thumbnails and a rough
1) Design this entirely in black. One color - we will pick this later.
2) Width: No wider than 9 inches. Height: No taller than 11 inches.
3) You may use inspiration from other images, but no image tracing or copying.
4) Pick the color of ink you would like to print. Place that near the black design you created.
5) Pick the color tshirt you would like. Google Search (your color) tshirt). Place a mockup of the design on the tshirt the same artboard next to your shirt design after you have finished. See example one below. This is how it needs to be submitted
Objective: Create a tshirt design for the Grateful Festival.
The Grateful Festival is a local festival held at the Pepsi Amphitheater. It is a festival that features music from the Grateful Dead.
1) Browse the Grateful Festival's Facebook Page to see their current themes.
2) Google search Grateful Dead Illustrations to get a feel for other artist's work who've designed for them.
3) Create 5 thumbnail sketches of your design. Have approved by Quick.
4) Create a rough. We can scan this in if you need. Have approved by Quick.
5) Design in Illustrator.
Objective: Create a Google Doodle design to be entered into the Google Doodle contest! The theme this year is kindness.
1) Read the How it Works web page for the project.
2) Read the Prizes web page!
3) Research 2019 winners and 2018 winners of the contest.
4) Brainstorm visual scenes that relate to the act of kindness. Create a mind map (examples below) on a sheet of paper.
5) Research photos and visual imagery that relates to one or more ideas from the mind map. Consider how you will incorporate the word "Google" into the visual imagery.
6) Begin thumbnails for concepts. Get approval from Mrs. Quick.
7) Begin a rough.
8) Create either by drawing or digitally. Use the dimentions in the Illustrator document below. If you'd like me to print this out, I'm happy to.
Objective: Finish the Meow Wolf design. Then watch the videos below and take notes on what the differences are between how he runs his shop and ours.
Vote for Marshall Elementary's Billy Weldon for America's Favorite Crossing Guard!
Objective: Create a Meow Wolf shirt design for our t-shirts this year.
1) Research Meow Wolf graphics.
2) Create 5 thumbnails and have approved by Quick.
3) Begin rough.
4) Start in program.
Objective: Complete the review for screen printing as practice. You may use the following documents for assistance. Try to write out the process to the best of your ability BEFORE you review the documents.
Objective: We're on a tight deadline. Design an orchestra shirt asap!
1) Preview examples below
- 3 color front
- 1 color back