Recently, I watched a documentary about a Texan man who may have been wrongfully convicted and sentenced to death. In this case, circumstantial evidence and prosecutorial misconduct may have wrongfully convicted a possibly innocent man to his death. Death by Fire made me realize how difficult covering a court beat can be. I encourage everyone to watch it and let me know what you think. Do you think he was innocent it or guilty? I believe he was innocent, but everyone has their own opinion. Take into consideration, they ignored all the evidence that may have proved his innocence. Oh, and TRUST ME this is NOT a boring documentary. It kinda reminded me of a Lifetime movie.
Hmm… I’m actually interested to start a discussion.
Since the first week of class I wanted to to the toast assignment, but I didn’t know how to do it. Today, the professor showed me how to do it. First, I chose an image of a toast. Then, I created a gif with a Super Mario Bros video that I found on Youtube. After that, we uploaded both files to Photoshop. We cropped the part of the toast in which we wanted the gif to be. We copied the toast image to the gif. And there were many other steps that I don’t know how to explain.I really like doing this assignment and the final results.
So here its a upgrade of my rotoscoping a little more clean the images with a little effect of the leaves.
First I try to save it as a gif but it didn’t have movement in the post so I went to render video in Photoshop and the image appear like this.
In my CT 137 we had to take apart an object and do something with the pieces and take a picture of it. So I decided to take apart my old flat iron and shape it into a heart because of my love for Cosmetology.