OMG! Reaction GIFs: Illustrate Your Own and Share with Friends! Premium class
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About This Class
From the 8-bit ‘DEAL WITH IT’ shades to Dawson breaking down in tears, reaction GIFs are there for us when simply words won’t suffice. So why not make your own? Create a fun and simple animated GIF to express yourself and share with friends online!
Learn how designer and illustrator Mete Erdogan brings emotion and imagination to his illustrative type pieces with this 20 minute class. Mete will guide you through the process of drawing, animating, exporting, uploading and sharing your artwork. You may know Mete’s work from the Instagram series Eavesdropper and the book it inspired, ‘Eavesdropper: Overheard on the Streets’. His pieces have inspired thousands with their humor, insight and honesty.
Students will need tracing paper, pencil, eraser, sharpie and access to a scanner/camera plus Photoshop. This class is great for doodlers, beginners and professionals alike. The aim of this class is to show the importance of expression in illustrative type. This is a great exercise you can do from anywhere, whether you’re at your desk or on the go. The techniques you acquire here can be applied to your professional work.
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Mil Gracias por esta clase!!! muy buena... tenia tiempo con ganas de hacer algo de GIF
Good class! Clear instructions and enough room to experiment with effects.
Artist, conservator, cake provider, insomniac.
Mete Erdogan is a Melbourne born, New York based designer and
art director at Saatchi NY. He’s been involved in projects such as The
Celibacy Challenge, recently added to MoMa’s permanent archive
and currently shortlised for two Cannes awards. Mete has written
and published a graphic novel about Melbourne’s suburban train line
titled ‘Melburbia’ and is about to release his newest title based on the
Eavesdropper series ‘Eavesdropper: Overheard on the Streets’. His
work has exhibited globally in Taiwan, Italy, Australia and the USA.