Photoshop Walkthrough
How to use colour variations
Photoshop Elements
1. First off you need to open Photoshop or Photoshop Elements.
2. Find the picture you want to change the colour of.
3. Crop or cut and paste the section of the photo you want to change the colour of to a separate layer.
4. Select the layer that you want to change.
5. Go into Enhance > Adjust Colour > Colour Variations

6. Then choose to decrease or increase the colours depending on what you want.
7. You can increase or decrease the red, blue or green in the picture and also increase or decrease the brightness.
8. Now when you are happy with the preview press ok and you are done.

Photoshop 5:
Here is a link for a Photoshop 5 walkthrough if you do not have Photoshop Elements:

Screen_Shot_of_Shirt.JPGThis is a screen shot of my avatar on virtual worlds. As you can see the piece of clothing I have choosen to edit is the shirt. I created this T-Shirt by first downloading a shirt template off google images. Then imported this as tracing tool on artrage. I then found the logo I wanted and placed it on artrage. Then made the pattern and exported it as a jpeg file. Once that had been completed I imported it into the virtual world made a new shirt and used it as a pattern.tutoriaol.wmv



Virtual Worlds Tutorial

I am going to show you how to create an enclosed pathway on virtual worlds.

  1. Find the area where you want to start and end your path.
  2. Go into build and select the create tool.
  3. Select either the cylinder or square.
  4. Now using the rotate and stretch tool as seen in the tutorial make it as long and big as you want.
  5. Now hollow out the tool to 95 and continue to adjust until you are happy with the end product.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rox8DNEJ3Dk


Claymation Analysis

This animation is a series of movements and random events that have been timed to the beat of the song. The animation’s simplicity makes it very interesting and the way he manipulates the clay to seem as though it is dancing is very entertaining. The movements made by the animator makes the video appear fluid and isn’t stop and start like some animations because the animator has taken many pictures with smaller movement changes. The animator also uses pre movement techniques to make the movements more fluid. The objects are in full view but we can tell from the background and other objects tell us that it is still quite small. Light isn’t a main factor of the animation but the room is well light. The pictures are shot from slightly above the clay throughout the movie.