Rebecca Marin Creative Production Portfolio Spring 2012
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Tifflin’s Truffles Used different methods of applying color and gradient to different shapes, while placing in images.
Paris • Madrid • New York
Tea Postcard Created new color swatches to use for font and logo. Used specific leading for font and placed images.
New Gift Collections
IN D E SI G N Miller. Â During Â his Â time Â as Â Baker Â Zooâ€™s Â director, Â Miller Â encouraged Â the Â community Â to Â see Â the Â many Â things Â being Â accomplished Â at Â the Â zoo. Â Miller Â wanted Â everyone Â
Celebrating 60 years of Baker Zoo By Â Judy Â Marshall
Park, Â the Â Birthday Â Park Â Zoo, Â the Â Municipal Â Zoo, Â Baker Â Zoological Â Park, Â and Â its Â current Â name, Â Baker Â Zoological Â Gardens. Â
Over Â the Â last Â 60 Â years Â many Â things Â have Â changed Â at Â Baker Â Zoo. Â Â One Â of Â those Â things Â is Â simply Â the Â name. Â It Â has Â been Â known Â as Â the Â Birthday Â
In Â 1971, Â Mike Â Smith Â purchased Â a Â lion Â cub Â named Â Joshua, Â after Â which Â he Â spent Â 17 Â years Â building Â Baker Â Zoo. Â Long Â ago Â the Â city Â and Â the Â humane Â society Â had Â planned Â to Â close Â the Â zoo Â that Â is Â now Â an Â accredited Â member Â of Â the Â Association Â of Â Zoos Â and Â
ince Â its Â beginning Â in Â 1948, Â Baker Â Zoo Â has Â seen Â welcomed Â more Â than Â 20,000,000 Â guests, Â been Â home Â to Â thousands Â of Â animals Â and Â has Â seen Â numerous Â park, Â landscape Â and Â exhibit Â changes. Â Did Â you Â know Â that Â Baker Â Zoo Â is Â 60-Âyears-Âold?
Aquariums Â (AZA). Â Along Â with Â Smith, Â there Â are Â many Â other Â individuals Â and Â groups Â who Â have Â helped Â make Â the Â zoo Â what Â it Â is Â today. Â In Â 1987, Â the Â board Â of Â directors Â chose Â Ted Â Beattie Â to Â be Â the Â second Â director Â of Â Baker Â creating Â an Â Education Â Department Â and Â a Â Visitors Â Services Â Department. Â The Â zoo Â succeeded Â and Â grew Â even Â more Â from Â 1993 Â to Â 2000 Â under Â the Â direction Â of Â Patrick Â
to Â see Â the Â zoo Â as Â a Â world-Âclass Â institution. Â In Â 2000, Â Jim Â Jones, Â the Â zooâ€™s Â deputy Â director, Â was Â chosen Â as Â Baker Â Zooâ€™s Â executive Â director Â and Â continues Â to Â serve Â the Â zoo Â in Â that Â role Â today. Â Under Â Jonesâ€™s Â leadership, Â many Â construction Â projects Â have Â been Â completed Â and Â the Â plans Â for Â others, Â including Â a Â new Â herpetology Â building, Â Baker Â Zoo Â Museum, Â new Â big Â cat Â viewing, Â additions Â to Â the Â Clayton Â Baker Â Zoo Â would Â not Â be Â West Â Tennesseeâ€™s Â largest Â year-Âround Â attraction Â without Â the Â support Â of Â the Â community. Â The Â City Â of Â Baker, Â the Â Graham Â County Â government Â and Â the Â Graham Â County Â Commission Â are Â just Â a Â few Â of Â the Â groups Â who Â have Â continued Â to Â support Â Baker Â Zoological Â Gardens.
Leadership, Â guidance, Â dedication Â and Â vision Â have Â been Â evident Â in Â the Â major Â positive Â changes Â and Â growth Â Baker Â Zoo Â has Â shown Â since Â the Â days Â of Â Mike Â Smith. Â Another Â key Â to Â the Â success Â of Â Baker Â Zoo Â is Â the Â dedicated Â and Â professional Â staff Â that Â cares Â for Â the Â zooâ€™s Â many Â animals. Â There Â are Â also Â employees Â who Â work Â tirelessly Â in Â the Â grounds Â and Â maintenance Â departments Â who Â play Â a Â vital Â role Â toward Â the Â conservation Â of Â animals Â world-Â wide. Â There Â are Â also Â those Â who Â take Â the Â wonders Â of Â Baker Â Zoo Â into Â the Â classroom Â through Â the Â many Â outreach Â programs Â presented Â by Â the Â education Â and Â bird Â show Â departments. Â There Â are Â also Â the Â staff Â members Â that Â assists Â guests, Â prepare Â the Â food Â and Â refreshments Â for Â guests Â and Â sell Â tickets Â and Â souvenirs. Â These Â staff Â members Â
May Â 23 Â â€“ Â September Â 6, Â 2012
Elephant Â Excursions Â 11:00 Â a.m. Â Tuesday Â and Â Wednesday Giraffe Â Gathering 2:30 Â p.m. Â Saturday Â and Â Sunday Penguin Â Party 1:00 Â p.m. Â Saturday Rhino Â Rendezvous 11:00 Â a.m. Â Thursday Tortoise Â Time 11:00 Â a.m. Â Saturday
Special Â Saturday Â Package: Â Buy Â all Â three Â Saturday Â Animal Â Encounters Â for Â the Â low Â price Â of Â $50.00 Â (a Â $10.00 Â savings) For Â more Â information Â call Â 555-Â 637-Â5300. *Does Â not Â include Â zoo Â admission Â price make Â it Â possible Â for Â everyone Â to Â experience Â an Â incredible Â adventure Â with Â friends Â and Â family Â during Â their Â visit.
The main use for InDesign is for making print layouts (postcards and brochures).
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The â€œPlaceâ€? tool is my favorite because it makes bringing in other files easier. The coolest technique Iâ€™ve learned is how to create a magazine layout. The hardest thing to do is remembering to hold â€œcommandâ€? when moving images.
My favorite project was making the Zoo Magazine.
Special Â 60th Â Anniversary Â Animal Â Encounters Â
Animal Â Encounters Â have Â a Â 10 Â person Â limit Â for Â each Â session Price: Â $20.00 Â per Â person
The most useful tool is definitely the â€œplaceâ€? tool.
Volunteers Â are Â also Â major Â contributors Â to Â the Â daily Â functions Â at Â Baker Â Zoo. Â From Â assisting Â keepers Â and Â curators Â with Â daily Â duties Â to Â working Â with Â the Â
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Used different shape tools and gradients to create an animated panda bear face.
The main use for Illustrator is for making logos and illustrations. The “Pen” tool is my favorite because I love creating illustrations with curves. The coolest technique I’ve learned is how to place text along a curved line. The hardest thing to do is make creations look real. The most useful tool is the “Pen” tool. My favorite project was making the cute panda bear above.
Used photo of guitar as a template to trace over. Used pen tool to trace elements on a separate layer and added color and embellishments.
PHOTOS H O P
The main use for Photoshop is for manipulating photographs.
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The “Quick Selection” tool is my favorite because it’s the funnest way to select images. The coolest technique I’ve learned is how to turn an image into a painting. The hardest thing to do is not to get frustrated with the Polygonal Lasso Tool. The most useful tool is the Spot Healing Brush tool. My favorite project was turning the image of the door into a painting.
PHOTOS H O P Dallas Skyline Used Blending Modes of Contrast and Inversion/Cancellation to create a new look of the Dallas skyline.
Collage Used Selection Tool to copy and paste images together on top of a set background of clouds.