Class hours: 9:40 – 2:05
- Today is an EHS A Day
- Link to the Vermont Foliage Report
- Food Drive – CAWD2 has not done well. Add to your community, bring a non-perishable item.
- FAFSA Forms Day is October 19th with VSAC @ CTE- 9:30-12:00pm. Register here!
- The FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Once submitted, you and your family will find out what kind of financial aid you qualify for. Even if you have LeBron kind of money, it is still a good idea to complete. You can always decline the aid.
- October 26th – College Visits:
- Champlain College CTE Conference Room 10-11am
- Vermont State University CTE Conference Room 11:15 – 12:15
- While today is a Tuesday, we’ll treat it like a Monday.
- CCV classes resume again on Friday.
9:45 Monday Mail Check on Tuesday
10:00 20% Presentations
Dropbox is in Google Classroom. Upload your renders, images, video, etc….
When presenting: Three Questions to respond to:
- What did you learn this week?
- What are you working on/showing us?
- What are your next steps? Where do you go from here? / What are you working towards?
Random Order today!
10:45 English with Mx. Yopp
11:30 Design Project – CAWD Sweatshirt
Project Overview & Summary:
- CAWD Sweatshirt (Hoody is final design)
- Color: Charcoal Gray
- Design Colors: 3 design colors + fourth color being the sweatshirt
- Paper Design approval before going digital. This is a requirement. Don’t skip this task. A good designer can show their process. Paper first.
- Paper Designs Due Friday, October 14th – Lunch. If you submit earlier, you will have more time to work on the digital design.
- Digital Designs Due Thursday, October 20th. You may use any software you like.
- You will be graded for your completion of the paper and digital design (one grade) with deadlines counted in the grade (don’t be late!)
- We’ll use Cawd 1 to help narrow designs and to help choose a final design.
- Goal: Printed Sweatshirt before you leave for the November break.
You have 40 minutes for working on your sweatshirt design now. Begin the process, I have templates available under the whiteboard.
12:45 Creating a Nice Double Exposure in PS
Let’s continue this week in the afternoons with some mini lessons in Photoshop. Last week we took a tour of the Timeline window to create GIFs using Pupper Warp, Cinemagraphs using the image sequencer and a short video using the video sequencer in the timeline.
Let’s take a photo from last week and use the basics of Masking and Blend Modes to create a simple double exposure image.
Image of Vermont – download to desktop
PineTree Image – download to desktop
1:20 20% Production Time & Guided Support
Motion Tracking Project due Thursday, October 6th
Design Work: CAWD Sweatshirt, Due Friday