Project 4 Montage

JessieSkinner-P4Montage-Christ

  1. Description: Montage of two photos of Christ visiting the Nephites, with text.
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, Steps taken while designing): I used pictures I found online and created a design/montage using Photoshop.
  3. Message: The pictures are of Christ visiting the Nephites, and the scripture quoted is from this very visit to the Nephites. Although that message was originally meant for them, it applies to us all today. The pictures depict Christ’s tender love for His children, which serves to support the scripture that says will “heal” us.
  4. Audience: The audience is anyone and everyone.
  5. Top Thing Learned: The top thing I learned is how much work needs to be put into blending in order to keep it from looking “abrupt.” It’s difficult to gradually fade one picture into another.
  6. Filter / Colorization used and where it was applied: I used a texture called “Paper Grunge” as my filter. I used it as my background, but I also duplicated it and used it as the filter on top of the photos. I did this by lowering its opacity.
  7. Color scheme and color names: I used a monochromatic color scheme with brown.
  8. Title Font Name & Category: N/A
  9. Copy Font Name & Category: Lucida Calligraphy: Script, Century Gothic: Sans Serif
  10. Thumbnails of Images used: 
  11.  Christ1 Christ2CGTexture
    1. Sources (Links to images on original websites / with title of site)
    2. Deseret News- http://www.deseretnews.com/article/705333531/Another-Testament.html?pg=all
    3. Blessed & Happy in Soutlake, TX – http://southlakemormon.com/2014/02/like-a-broken-vessel/
    4. Textures 8 – http://textures8.com/paper-grunge-background-one-hundred-and-twenty-two/
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