Images used and Process

 

Using Adobe Illustrator, we first placed our images into an artboard. One at a time we used image trace on the television and on the table and made them into high fidelity photos.

One at a time we used image trace on the television and on the table and made them into high fidelity photos.

Afterwards, we expanded them.

We used the Pathfinder tool to divide the images so that we could select the white backgrounds on them and delete them so that the objects stood alone.

We searched for vintage wallpaper textures and found a blue one. We then took it into Adobe Bridge and did some minor editing to the color to make it a green and yellowish picture instead of a blue and beige.

         

We then found a texture photo of some carpet. This was one of the more challenging parts of the design.

We put it into Adobe Photoshop and used the Free Transform tool to make it have some depth.

          

 

– Kate and Helaman Juarez

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