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Due Date: September 7
This Multimedia project must be saved as a PDF, and saved in the appropriate location on the server, in order to be considered a "Completed Assignment"
- Create a folder in the "Multimedia" folder you just created and label it "Logo Recreation"
- Download this source file to your "Logo Recreation" folder
- Create a new Adobe Illustrator file (letter size - 8.5" x 11")
- Place (do not paste) the downloaded source file into your Illustrator document and lock the layer that it is on.
- Create a new layer, and begin re-creating the 13 logos.
- While you are working on your assignment, be sure to save it as an Adobe Illustrator (AI) file.
- When you have completed the assignment, then save it as an Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) file. This file is considered the completed project file.
- Each logo should reflect the appropriate color scheme of the acquired source image.
- Each logo should appear "clean" (nice, orderly, refined curves, angles, and shapes)
- Each logo is to be created on it's own layer, and appropriately labeled.
- Use the Pen Tool, Path Finder, and native Illustrator Shapes in order to recreate these logos - NO IMAGE TRACE/LIVE TRACE IS TO BE USED. This is an evaluation of your actual Illustrator skills.
- When you are finished, be sure that there are two files present: the Adobe Illustrator file (AI) and the Adobe Portable Document Format file (PDF)
- Relevant Video Tutorials:
Logos that are not saved as PDF will not be considered submitted and therefore will not be graded. Please refer to the grading policy)