I don’t know how to handle this Graphs question and need guidance.
PROJECT 2: BOOK COVER
1. How to work with type.
You were hired to design the cover of an art book. You are going to select a photo of your choice, and you are going to turn it into a painting. You can check the Read & Watch content for Weeks 5 and 6 to get information about how to do that. You can also search the Web, where you will be able to find many examples on how you can transform a photo into a painting. The image at the right shows a very simple example of the exercise. Its purpose is to give you an idea of what I am looking for. Please do not duplicate this design. Use your creativity to come up with a unique design.
Please complete the following tasks:
NOTE 1: In order to prevent the issue with limited file submission size of LEO, you can upload the files to google drive, one drive, or Dropbox and share the folder for the project with me, and submit the link as a part of your submission.
Book Cover Document Setup
1. What is your book about and how does the colors, fonts used, and overall design reflect the subject matter and theme of your book?
Please submit your Project Reflection as a Microsoft Word document or just copy and paste your answers in your Assignments Folder’s text box when you submit your assignment along with the rest of the required project files.
ADVANCED CHALLENGE (NO CREDIT)
1. Place your book cover into a realistic photograph using perspective or skew to create a realistic scene (a suggestion would be a library, book store, or a book signing).
MILESTONE DUE DATE: SUNDAY | 11:59 PM EASTERN TIME (ET)
Late Penalty: There is no late penalty for this project. You can submit (and resubmit) this assignment until the end of Week 7, Sunday 11:59PM ET. The Assignments Folder will then be closed and you will not be able to to physically submit (or resubmit) the assignment for a grade.
Exceptions may be allowed, on a case-by-case basis, for life situations (military deployment, medical illness, death in the family, etc). In all cases, timely notification of a “life situation” is critical to the approval of any extensions. All exceptions must be accompanied by official documentation, which is subject to inspection and approval. Work load, course load, vacations, or bad memory are not acceptable excuses.
Running Close to the Deadline?: Please do not wait until the last minute to submit your assignment. Give yourself at least a 5-hour window to account for any technical difficulties that might arise. If you experience technical difficulties beyond your control that do not allow you to successfully complete the assignment, immediately follow the steps below:
Step 1: Contact UMGC 360 Help and Support. Inform them off the problem you are having. Get a problem ticket number from them to document the situation.
SUBMITTING YOUR ASSIGNMENT
CYA (COPY YOUR ASSIGNMENT)
DO YOUR OWN WORK
VERIFY YOUR ASSIGNMENT HAS BEEN POSTED (*** VERY IMPORTANT ***)
NOTE 2: You will be held responsible for posting your assignments correctly so make sure you double-check that your assignment has been submitted by revisiting the assignment folder and trying to view your submissions.