Friday, February 1, 2008

Get Your Idea On Paper

After you finalize your idea put it on paper so that someone else can visualize what you want. A sketch is best if you’re not familiar with any type of graphics software but you can also discuss your idea in a paragraph. Be descriptive so someone can visualize what you want. Discuss the elements of your design such as the size, colors, shapes and textures. After finishing your design put it away for a day or so to give yourself a chance to reevaluate it with a fresh perspective at a later time. Then review your idea and decide whether it still looks “right” to you. Are changes necessary? If so, make your adjustments and put your work aside again.

1 comment: said...

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