This is my music tour poster which I created using Photoshop and Indesign. The image I used came from a shoot that I did for a previous task.
To create this, firstly I took an image of the model and the watercolour background into Photoshop and edited them. To make the model blend into the background I added a watercolour effect onto it and changed the transparency of the model so that she wasn’t just on top of the background.
I then flattened the image and exported it into Indesign and picked out my different text sizes and where to place the text. Another key factor that I had to choose was the font colour and the font itself so that it was appropriate for my genre of music.
This is my self assessment where I pointed out what I thought went well and what I thought could have gone better.
|Feedback on the Brief
||Your comment: I think it fulfilled most of what is included in the brief however it did not include where to download the music.|
|Feedback on colours:
||Your comment: The colours are all quite similar mainly consisting of soft and pale blues, purples and yellows with a watercolour effect to match the images.|
|Feedback on typeface:
||Your comment: I tried to use fonts that were bold and easy to read but still fit in with my music genre.|
|Feedback on integration of image and graphics
||Your comment: I think I could have found an image or rearranged the text to make the models eyeline fall onto the main text but the text is easy to read around the image.|
|Feedback on image
||Your comment: In the image that was used the costume is not seen however you can see her flower crown and facial expression which I think is appropriate for the music genre.|
|Feedback on copy
||Your comment: In my opinion, the poster is clear in what it is trying to tell the audience.|
|Feedback on connotations
||Your comment: The poster uses very soft and delicate colours with no bold and in your face words or phrases, that I believe are appropriate for the genre of music.|