To create two Images illustration use "Optical Illusion effect" by Photoshop CS5
Work contains a very wide range of material from a wide range of sources (EG photos, vector graphics, bitmap graphics). The individual elements are clearly appropriate for the apparent theme of the final image and work well together to strongly support the theme.
The individual elements of the image are manipulated to a professional standard using a wide range of tools (filters, blending modes, effects, masks etc).
how to :
Be imaginative and innovative!
Illustration 2 is to be a deconstructed/annotated version of Illustration 1
The work is composed, laid out etc. to a professional standard.
An excellent understanding of the various processes is demonstrated in the annotations.
, showing how Illustration 1 has been constructed. This is a bit like turning Illustration 1 into a visual report/poster, or using it to create something a little like an ‘exploded diagram’ on how a product works, but less obviously 'exploded'. The original illustration should be clearly visible as the base of this second illustration
However, just reproducing Illustration 1 but with text laid over the top is not good enough. This illustration should be constructed as carefully as the other, and any text, diagrams etc. must be fully integrated into the image and it must be as attractive as you can make it. If illustration 1 is the art gallery picture, illustration 2 is more of an attractive advert discussing and explaining illustration 1.
You will discuss three aspects of illustration 1, how you got it to work:
1. The technical: at least one effect you obtained in the package you used (EG how you used a specific filter in Photoshop).
2. The artistic: EG your colour scheme or use of perspective.
3. The perceptual process: your choice of optical illusion/effect and how that illusion/effect works.