Photoshop and Flash Course (Artwork)
This page contains work from a Visual Arts course I took at The Ohio State University in the Fall of 2005 that taught students to use Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia (now Adobe) Flash.
The first half of the class was spent with Photoshop. There were four projects in which students were instructed to choose a conceptual strategy and create a postcard using photos they had taken that fit the conceptual strategy. The postcards I created can be viewed below. The second half of the class was spent learning Flash. The final project in the class was to create a Flash animation about some social, political, or personal issue. I chose to satire construction and how it seems to be everywhere. My animation can also be found below.