Digital Tools, Fall 2018

Demos and Resources

Student Work


Tippy, Cubby, Buffy Interpretations

Students made their own versions of “Tippy”, “Cubby”, or “Buffy” from the Art Instruction Schools free art test. They used Adobe Illustrator to make the lines and colors with the Pen Tool, the Gradient Tool, and others.

Vector Eyes

Editorial Illustration -”The Future of Digital Art”

Hannah

Machine Learning, A.I., and Machine-Made Art

Comp

Final Art

Mikayla

“Cryptokitties” and the Future of Art on the Blockchain

Comp

Final Art

Simon

Future of Cosplay and the Art of DIY Culture

Comp

Final Art

Cyrus

Art in Space!

Comp

Final Art

Taylor

Machine Learning, A.I., and Machine-Made Art

Comp

Final Art

Quadir

Art in Space!

Comp

Final Art

Sharon

Mixed Reality, Telepresence, and Projection Art

Comp

Final Art

Serena

Mixed Reality, Telepresence, and Projection Art

Comp

Final Art

Heather

Mixed Reality, Telepresence, and Projection Art

Comp

Final Art

Michael

Machine Learning, A.I., and Machine-Made Art

Comp

Final Art

Tyler

Mixed Reality, Telepresence, and Projection Art

Comp

Final Art

Maya

Mixed Reality, Telepresence, and Projection Art

Comp

Final Art

Carol

Mixed Reality, Telepresence, and Projection Art

Comp

 

Extra Credit GIF!

 

Final Art

Moses

Machine Learning, A.I., and Machine-Made Art

Comp

Final Art

Monsters on BART/MUNI

Animated Gifs!

3-Color Book Cover Illustration

For the first homework assignment, the class created limited color illustrations as book covers with randomly generated titles.

Cut Paper Illustrations

The class recreated a cut paper effect in Photoshop with Layer Effects and Adjustment Layers.

Colorized Post-It Notes from Day 2

The class got a crash-course in the lab scanners and used the scans to bring hand-drawn Post-It notes into Photoshop. There, they used Adjustments to remove the yellow from the Post-It, separated the line art from the background, added color, and colored the lines.

Original Post-It scans

Day One Self Portrait

Students used what they learned and what they already knew to create a small self-portrait in Adobe Photoshop.