Summary:

Post your Project to your Portfolio.

    ●   All your work must be published on your portfolio it can be reviewed. 

    ●   Include a Defense of Learning and Reflect on What you've Learned.


Learn About:

 URL Addresses Project Reflection Prompts

Other People's Work:

Here are examples of work inspired by this tutorial.

     

 

 

"I have grown from this project on being a better pen tool user and all the special things like bevel and emboss.

I learned a lot from the bevel and emboss it makes everything stand out against the background. It brings out the picture to make it look more real.

This project demonstrated stretch for me because I do not really know much about the pen tool and using bevel and emboss to highlight the images."

 

Step #1: Your Portfolio ~

Remember: Your work must be published on your portfolio. 

 

You must also include a Defense of Learning next to your work.

 

In your Defense of Learning, describe the Project, the Learning Outcomes, what you’ve learned, and connect it all together. 

 

Keep all your work on a single page!


Step #2: Create a New Page (if you haven't already) ~

If you haven't already, create a new page in Weebly. Otherwise skip to Step #3.


Go to: http://education.weebly.com/ click Pages and add a new page to your portfolio especially for this class.

add page

 

 

 

 

Remember: Everything you create in this class goes here.

 

 

Keep all your work on one page!

 



Step #3: Title ~

First, grab the Title icon …

… and drag it above your work.


Step #4: Name your Work ~

Title your Art! For more about naming your work, click here: http://www.wikihow.com/Title-Your-Work-of-Art - Name it something unique. …


Step #5: Image + Text ~

Drag an instance of Image + Text image textinto your composition area.


Step #6: Upload your File ~

Attach the .jpg or .png file of your project by clicking on the icon.


Step #7: Defense of Learning ~

Now you must Defend your Learning in the text area.

Here are a few starter questions - you don't have to answer all them all …

thinker portrait•   How did this project demonstrate a stretch for you?


•   What obstacles did you face? 


•   What did you learn that you didn’t know when you started?


•   What was the hardest part?


•   How have you “grown” during this project? 


•   What design principles did you learn?


•   Think back to the beginning of this project and list at least two new things you learned, explain why they were important to you, and how you used those new skills.


OR you could answer some of these questions …

- What I like least about my work is …

-   What I like best about my work is …

-   I included this work in my portfolio because …

-   What are your strengths in terms of this class? 

-   What might be some weaknesses?

-   Is Your Art Good? How Do You Know? What Does Good Mean? 

-   What Mood are you trying to Set? What was your intent in creating this artwork? 


More reflection questions: https://docs.google.com/document/d/162U6iiAcu5Ho0cpH0l1HVLyyByWVz_z_YKT5soOAID4/edit?usp=sharingx


Step #8: Adjust the Font ~

Be sure to change the text size and color to contrast against the background …


Step #9: Upload the Original File ~

Now it's time to attach the raw file - grab the File icon …

… drag the file icon below your .png image and attach the file in it's original format.


Upload the file to Google Drive, Share it, and then attach the shared link.

Upload the .psd or .ai file to your portfolio so it will be available to you later.



~ OR ~ if you're working on a website …

 

 

 

Attach your Compressed Folder …

 

 

 

Right-Click the root folder of your site and compress it.

 


Attach the .zipped file to your portfolio …

 


Step #10: Publish ~

Hit the Publish button …

… and then click on your web address.


Last Step #11: The Link ~

Navigate to the EXACT PAGE in your browser where your files and reflections are posted …

… copy the URL address of your page …

    ●   Then paste the URL address of THE SPECIFIC PAGE of your Portfolio so that when the link is clicked, it takes you directly to the example on your website.

Remember: Paste the address into your reply so when the link is clicked it goes directly to the page that contains your evidence.

Other Resources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/162U6iiAcu5Ho0cpH0l1HVLyyByWVz_z_YKT5soOAID4/edit?usp=sharing