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To create a lenticular image, one must splice two separate images together. Today, this is more commonly seen in holographic type things. However, lenticular images have a long history in painting as well. Lenticulars are great for showing off opposing pairs. Your job is to create a lenticular image that interprets a contrasting situation.
Solutions may involve any subject matter, as long a visual and conceptual contrast is clear.
Idea Generation Process:
Brainstorming is when you decide WHAT items will be in your project.
Come up with a list of at least FIVE ideas that could visually represent a contrasting situation.
Thumbnail sketches are where you take what items you decided would be part of your project and determine HOW you will arrange them in your composition. Pick your two favorite themes from the list above and make sketches of what they will look like.
3. GET APPROVAL
You must show your sketches to me and have them approved before you begin working on the final.
4. BEGIN WORKING
Create two Photoshop documents that measure 6.5 x 6.5 inches @ 300 dpi.
You will create the contrasting images on separate layers and splice the two together in another document later.
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