Screen shots of 10 hour exam Powerpoint presentation

In this blog post I have taken in total 62 screenshots of my power point presentation due to my slideshow having 62 slide shows in total. This slideshow was in preparation of my final 10 hour exam which I have already done and considering we were the first year to do this exam I feel that me and my class did a good job of handling it considering we were all new to the idea and we all achieved what we wanted to from the brief we were given. We all chose a section from the brief and chose one out of three outcomes we wanted to do and achieved this in the final 10 hours and recorded all the research, changes to the brief and recorded the results of what the outcome looked like and this power point was a perfect way to help prepare for this exam. The screenshots inserted after this are in the correct order of the actual power point.
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The two slides in the row third from bottom have a playing slideshow but can only be viewed in the PowerPoint presentation program, I wrote in the slide before how these were made and successful.

Final Outcome of my 3D Conference Room

This is my final out come of my conference room;
final image

To create this, I had to do some research, I had to come up with the correct measurements so the room can fit together at the right proportion. Everything about the room was mostly my own design and what I have created myself from researching before the final outcome, the left wall, the right wall, the back/middle wall, the floor and the clock was all my designs and produced them all by myself in Photoshop, the only thing that wasn’t my own design was the TV on the wall, the 3D table design and the business lady, I just found these images off Google.
I first created a paper template with the measurements to help me see if the wall would fit together perfect, I then drew out the same measurements on card and I used a scalpel to cut out all the edges in a straight line. After this I used the measurements to print of the correct size images, it took several attempts as the sizes are different on Photoshop to what they are in real life but I finally managed to get the correct sizes then I used spray glue to spray on the images to the card template, until it was fully stuck. I then put the card template together and I used masking tape to stick the whole template together to start the 3D design. From this point on, when the whole room is stuck together looking how I designed it to look, I then printed off the clock that I designed myself and spray glued that on the middle of the main wall, which blended in well with the wall as they were the same design and then I printed the TV with a flowchart in it and spray glued it on the left wall so you can see it but can also see the design of the left wall.
I then moved on to the main part of the whole room and that was the furniture itself, but to get more marks we had to make the furniture stand to make it look 3D. I first got the ‘POW’ image off from Google as my whole room design was pop art and to make the design show that even more was to make the table have ‘POW’ on the top as it is bright and bold, just like pop art.

First I printed off the photo, then with the spare card I went round the shape with pencil then cut it out with scissors to make sure it stuck to the card. I then used the spray glue again to stick the piece of paper perfectly on to the card, then with more spare card that I had, I cut 4 same sized squares out. This was to make sure the table stood up to make it as realistic as possible because tables usually do not fall in real life, they are steady so I stuck these evenly at the bottom to make it stand. I then printed out the business women, this was more trickier as she was more thin, but I did the same step and drew around her on card, I then cut her out and spray glued her on to the card. I did the bottom a little bit different as I used a smaller square as the base and then I used a thin rectangle to stick that to the square and the back of the girl and to make sure she is secure, I stuck an extra piece of card to the back of her straight to make it look like she has more ‘posture’, I made sure that she was able to stand before I pinned my whole piece to the wall.
I am pleased with my final design as it turned out the way I designed it in the beginning, my original design was pop art and I feel my wall showed that very well as it is bright and bold, also it would be show in the corner of your eye because of the colours. It was quite a long process but it took me the whole ten hours to create this but I am happy that I was able to finish this in time and it turned out how I wanted it to. If I was to do this again, I would change the design a little bit and make the two sides different images to make it have a bit more variety but I also like the rooms being the same design but just flipped, also I would scale the room a bit smaller as the corners are a little bit longer than the walls but luckily this isn’t too noticeable and one of my images was a bit smaller then the design so there was some white patches, which I had to fill with black pen but I accidently added some black lines on the wall but I wasn’t supposed to, but this wasn’t too bad either.

Even though there are a couple of little improvements that could of been made but I am happy how this turned out and this is probably my favourite thing I have ever created in this lesson and it is also the thing that I am most proud of making in this lesson, I would happily do this again.

My 3D Template made on Photoshop

First of all, I added the pop art girl that I made and skewed it to make it look 3D like as the walls are barely noticeable from a front view but I skewed them just enough so you can see them for an idea. I then duplicated the layer and pressed control T to flip the image horizontally to make it exact on the other side. Then I added my iPhone design wall and skewed that to make it look 3D and realistic, I skewed it a little bit to see what it would look like if you looked at it straight and then I added my guitar pop art wall but left that as it is as that is the main wall. Creating this template was very easy and anyone would be able to re-create because the main tool I used was the skew tool.

3D Template made on photoshop

My Photoshop plan for my 3D Conference Room

This is my plan for my 3D conference room, however I printed each one off individually because the measurements worked better when I did this.
On the left wall I decided to use one of my pop art designs, it includes a red background and a girl looking upwards.
Pop Art Middle Wall
On the right wall I am using the same image but I have flipped it round on Photoshop to make it work better on my design.
Pop Art Middle Wall flipped
For the middle, back wall I decided to use my guitar pop art design, this is to make the room more colourful and bright, as pop art is bright and bold and my conference room design is pop art.
pop art guitar
Last but not least I am using my Iphone pop art design as the floor, as this will also make it bright, I think the room works well because it is bright and the audience can tell that my theme is pop art.
Practise for pop art photo
This is the template that I made on word press to help me figure out what the room will look like and if it would work or not.
Additionally, I will add extra things on to the walls such as clocks and a tv with a flow chart on it, but this will not be 3D, this will be stuck separately to the wall.

Also, at the start of the project I drew made a paper template to know what the measurements are and what the final outcome would look like and to see if it would work, it helped me create a successful outcome.

paper template

Colour Swatches of My Conference Room

When designing my Conference room I used a range of colours, but I mainly used six colours, these are the basic colours such as yellow and red, but these colours are used the most in pop art because they are mostly bright and noticeable.
The first colour I used frequently was red, this was a major part of the left hand side wall and the chairs, it was quite a bright red, it wasn’t really dark, making it noticeable.
colour swatch one- red
The second colour I used was a grey-ish blue for the right wall as the colour gets lighter to show how realistic it is as it looks 3D, but I also used blue for a section of my pop art IPhone design which is a lighter, bolder blue then the other wall.
colour swatch two- blue ish
Thirdly, I used the colour green, this would be one of the first colours you see as it takes up the majority of the left hand wall and it is the closest colour to the screen and as it is a light, bold green you would spot this colour first, green is used a lot in pop art, epically when you use a picture four times with different colour backgrounds, this inspired me to use the colour green.
colour swatch three- green
Yellow was used in the left wall as well as it is another bright, frequent colour used in pop art, it gives off a nice, happy feeling which makes the audience feel happy, as this is on top of the green it would be one of the first colours you spot, making the room have a positive effect as it reminds you of summer and sunshine and people being happy.
colour swatch four- yellow

Designing and Planning my 3D Conference Room

Before I start making my 3D Conference Room I wanted to plan what I wanted to put on each wall, the floor and what 3D objects I want to put in there.
I created a Mind Map and I made a collage on Photoshop to show some of my Ideas.
Some of the ideas I had was using my own pop art designs on the walls and a already used image for the floor and I decided to use extras on the wall such as a white board, a clock that I designed myself, Television (with a flow chart on it) and a Calendar. For my 3D objects I chose to do a table, chair and Business people.
I am pleased with the design I have come up with.
Mind Map of plan

Collage of designs

Making a room of my choice

The room I chose to make was a Bedroom, which I am proud of because it looks like a bedroom!
To create this room I started off using the same step as I did the conference room, I made the walls by using the rectangle tool and coloured it blue then I skewed it to make the shape of the room.
step 1
The next step I did to achieve this look was I used my guitar pop art I created and made that to look like a poster and put it on the wall on the right. I then got a chair off from Google and used the Magic Wand Tool to get rid of the white background and then I added a cushion from Google Images and used the skew tool to make it in to the angle I want it to be at and used the Magic Wand Tool to also get rid of this white background.
step 2
Next I got a picture of Joey Graceffa from Google and made him look pop art like, I did this by creating a new layer, selecting soft light and chose different colours to go over him with, for example pink and brown, then I inserted it on the colourful swirly background to make the room brighter.
step 3 joey
The next step was pretty simple, I went to Google Images and got a double bed and inserted this in to the middle of the room and I added an IMac on top of it and some cushions, all I did was used the Magic Wand Tool to get rid of any unwanted white bits of the background.
step 4
After that, I used my Iphone Pop Art design on the wall and used the skew tool to get the angle of the room, I made it smaller and made it look like a poster, then I added a door and some draws, I decided to add this because it makes my room look more like a bedroom and more realistic. For the draws I used the Magic Wand Tool to get rid of the white background and used the skew tool to get it with the angle of the room, I placed this on the left hand side next to the door, I did the same to the door as I did to the draws.
step 5
I wanted a floor that had a pop art design also as the colours are bright, I found a pop art design that had carpets rolled up in the middle which I thought was different and could resemble a floor, to do this I added this layer to the bottom so everything would go on top of it.
step 6
For the final touch I added a chandelier to the top of the room so the room has a light because most bedrooms have a light, I added this right at the top of the page and I think it ties in well with the design.
step 7
To make this room it was very easy, the positioning of the things was easy, choosing what to put in there was also easy and I think this went well because I feel it looks like a bedroom as it has a bed, computer, draws and a chair, which the majority of bedrooms have. The tools I used the most was the Magic Wand Tool and the Skew Tool, which I have learnt to use well and can use them very easily.
finished room