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All you need to know to illustrate your book
It' a way to unlock your inner Koons and Kahlos and make paintings that make your history come alive. If you work with colour, graphite or any other media, your book must contain photos on the front and back as well as in the text. Don't overlook the book titles and your name!
The back must not only contain an image, but also a brief text about your history. Describe a brief descriptive text that will inspire you to study your book. Pictures must be weaved inside the pages to break the copy. Select whether you want to use artwork throughout the text, under the sections, at the end of the sections, as a text backdrop, or all of these later.
You' ll only have 12 hrs to finish your book illustration. Plan in advance where the pictures will be placed in your book so that your artists know how big they should be. Think about how many pictures you want and how they should be made - hand-drawn artwork takes longer than taking pictures, for example.
It' up to you whether you want to create your pictures by your own hands or in digital form. Your book can be accompanied by a sketch, drawing, painting, college, technique or photograph, according to your artist's ability. The printed book may contain the source book or a copy of it. Many sites provide copyright-free pictures, e.g. Pixabay, Picjumbo, free photography.
Make sure before your typing session that you have everything you need to make great works of art, lovely designs or stunning photographs. Printout this practical checklist to help your staff take all the important work. If you compose your book, you are compressing the file name. Compression can be done in Microsoft Word or with photo editor programs.
See Microsoft Word Help or your edit program for how to shrink or shrink pictures. Useful tip: When you scan artworks or pictures, store them as picture data (jpg, gif, prng). And, before you add them to your history, store them on your computer.
If you have trouble pasting and reformatting your pictures into your text documents, please refer to the'HELP' section of your application suite. If you save your finished book as a PDF, the layout is retained. Tying your book will be the last thing you do before you sign out for the evening.
Think about whether your pictures need room around them so that they are fully viewable after the pages have been tied.