** REMEMBER **

Save your working files (files that aren’t done yet) to the Desktop,
then drag to Google Drive.

Save it like this:
From your program, go to FILE>SAVE AS and choose DESKTOP,
then drag from the DESKTOP to GOOGLE DRIVE and the Correct Class Folder.

Save your final file in Google Classroom.
Just add the file from Google Drive.


In this lesson, you will use Photoshop to turn yourself part animal!
Here are some previous students’ work.

 animal3  animal1 animal2  animal4

Using some of the tools you have been working with in Photoshop,
and things you’ve learned in previous lessons,
turn a picture of yourself into part animal!

Make sure to have a photo of yourself (you can use Photo Booth,
or email one from somewhere to your Google Drive or school email,
then find a photo of an animal with Google (like the cryptid and zombie lessons).

There are many different approaches to this project. Explore some different ones.
Don’t forget the WARP TOOL. It can be useful to shape things to your face.
Again, look back on the first three lessons for clues to how to create effects,
if you have forgotten anything.

When you are done, use the Type Tool to put your name on your picture.

If  you get stuck, ask someone for some advice or help.
By this point, you should have done enough work with Photoshop to figure this out!
Be creative, silly, strange, unusual, and just have fun!

From your program, go to FILE>SAVE AS and choose DESKTOP,
then drag from the DESKTOP to GOOGLE DRIVE and the Correct Class Folder.

Save your final file in Google Classroom.
Just add the file from Google Drive.