Project 8 Brochure


Inside. This is before the cutting of the door shape.


Back and the doors.



  1. Description:A gate brochure of Dungeons and Dragons
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): The process was done with mostly photoshop. I found an already made gate template and pretty much colored inside the lines. I had to us the rulers a lot to make sure things would match up on both sides. I pretty found a bunch of D&D pictures and applied them to the brochure. The inside has a blend of a background picture on a parchment template. I would put the doors up and make them transparent so I had a sense of  where to put my pictures and type. A lot of it was kinda tedious to be honest.
  3. Message: The message is to get people to play D&D
  4. Audience: Since it’s D&D it’s more for a geeky audience
  5. Top Thing Learned: How to actually do a brochure
  6. Color scheme and color names: Um grey and brown. This was a variation of colors.
  7. Title Font Name & Category: Dungeon (I downloaded it)
  8. Copy Font Name & Category: The same as above. I thought it looked appropriate
  9. Word Count of copy: According to Word it’s 311
  10. Thumbnails of Images used: 734025 bd2fad421a5ab1454433ae91f7a839deo Better RPG Cathedral Entrance D+d+typical+first+session+stereotypes+if+you+ve+watched+promotional+sessions_312eba_5448828 DDBasic FOCUS-ON-DND-DOC_Page_2_Image_0001 hero_dmgscreen_0 Old-Parchment green_marble_tiles_20131010_1826524330 (1)
  11. Sources (Links to images on original websites)

I sure hope that’s all of them

Tommy Huff P7


  1. Description: This is a mock up website for something I had to come up with for class.
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): This was mostly used in CSS and HTML. The logo was done in Adobe Illustrator. In truth I had to go back and re go over past lessons to make sense of this stuff. Even with going over old lessons I still didn’t understand it. I actually had to base this off a already made template from the practice lessons.
  3. Message: I’m not even sure it has one. I didn’t have a website in mind save for just doing it. If this was a real website I might have thought of an actual idea.
  4. Audience: The made up audience would be the students at BYUI and COMM 130
  5. Top Thing Learned: How to kinda learn CSS and HTML. I put kinda because I can’t say I learned how to use these things but rather a very basic and I mean basic understanding.
  6. Color scheme and color hex(s): I used mostly shades of reds
  7. Title Font Families & Category: Verndana
  8. Copy Font Families & Category: New Times Romans
  9. Changes made to the CSS: Nothing. I seriously used an already made format and tried to base my things off of it. I even renamed some of them so I wouldn’t get confused while trying to follow the instructions of this project.
  10. Word Count: I’m not quite sure but I’m sure I’m over 200.

Tommy Huff P6



  1. Description: In truth this is just a fake business card. I just made a logo and wrote some stuff.
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): The tools are InDesign and Illustrator. I made the logo in Illustrator and transferred it into InDesgin. It was fairly straight forward.
  3. Message: The message is just a business card to a fake place I own. Nothing real.  
  4. Audience: I had in mind a nice class people idea.
  5. Top Thing Learned: Um? I’m not sure. I learned you could change the scaling into inches from something called 0p.
  6. Color scheme and color names: The card is blue and black but the logo is blue, green, and red. The writing is white.
  7. Title Font Name & Category: Rockwell Bold
  8. Copy Font Name & Category: Rockwell Standard

P5 Logo


  1. Description: This is for my buddies brewery from back home. Yes I’m very well aware this is BYUI and this is a logo for beer… However, I was having a hard time coming up with an idea. I tried making the B look like a bottle with some foam and cans.
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills): This was done in Adobe Illustrator and to be honest I relied a lot on the shape tools. I had a dickens of a time trying to figure this stuff.
  3. Message: Well, it’s beer. Please don’t drink beer.
  4. Audience: People who drink I guess?
  5. Top Thing Learned: How to kind of use the program.
  6. Color Scheme and Color Names: Brown and white
  7. Title / Body Font Names & Categories: Stencil Standard Bold and Onyx 

Please once again I’m not trying to promote beer.

Montage Project


1. Description: This is from a Les Miserables quote from Javert in his song Stars. In my opinion the musical and the book has some good spiritual messages. So, I thought this would work out.

2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, Steps taken while designing): The process was pretty much how we did the first assignment in this project 4. Some masking and some text. Nothing really too complex. I had to find some pictures that worked I suppose.

3. Message: The message was that doing what is right will give you great things

4.Audience: Members and Les Miz fans

5. Top Thing Learned: How to use the masking tool

6. Filter / Colorization used and where it was applied: Didn’t have one

7. Color scheme and color names: 

8. Title Font Name & Category: Copperplate Gothic Bold

9. Copy Font Name & Category: Copperplate Gothic Light

10. Thumbnails of Images used: amazing-stairway-to-heaven Jesus-Picture-In-Heaven-With-Angels-Blowing-Trumpets 

11. Sources (Links to images on original websites / with title of site): I don’t even recall I just used Google

Project 3 Photo Design


  1. Description: I was going for a Spaghetti Western movie poster look. I even out the text in Italian to make it seem more like it.
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles): So, I actually took a picture with my cell phone. The design process was looking at a bunch of movie posters to get a feel of how I wanted it to look. I stuck with the more brown tones because the wild west is more dirty and dusty. Obviously I used Photoshop for the tools used. Most Spaghetti Western posters have the characters drawn or painted on to it so I tried making it look so. I used the one cut out brush tool to take out the people from other pictures. I would next turn the saturation to -80 and the brightness to 50. I would next turn the picture into a watercolor filter. Next I would take the picture and desaturate it, make a copy, invert the image, put it on color dodge, put it on a smart object, and finally put it on gaussian blur and increase the darkness to make it look like someone drew it. Next I would take the background and put it to multiply to blend the pictures into it. I then used a watercolor brush to make the streaks on the poster. Finally I used the fonts Vanilla Wale and Gringo Nights (I downloaded them for this assignment) for the text.
  3. Message: The message is just a western movie poster.
  4. Audience: The audience are western movie lovers or just movie lovers in general. I’m personally a big Spaghetti Western fan.
  5. Top Thing Learned: How to make people look like drawings.
  6. Color scheme and color names: I’d say brick and orange
  7. Title Font Name & Category: Vanilla Wale
  8. Copy Font Name & Category: Gringo Nights
  9. Thumbnail of original, unedited image inserted
  10. IMAG0087
  11. I took the picture Tuesday around 4.

Photo Activity


Light 1: Outside

TommyHuffLight 2 – Inside

Light 2: Inside


Focus 1: Foreground


Focus 2: Background

TommyHuffComposition 1 – Thirds

Composition 1: Thirds

TommyHuffComposition 2 – Lead Room

Composition 2: Lead Room

I just mostly took pics of things in my apartment. Besides the outside one. I probably should’ve cleaned up but eh whatever. I didn’t have time to check out a camera for a few hours only so I had to use a cell phone camera. However, the focus pictures are done with a little better camera. I’ve also used Photoshop in the past but not too much of it. The things we had to do in this were all pretty new to me.

I wish I had some lights or something because the light in my apartment isn’t the best. Heck even with the outside pic the weather has been cloudy. I tried to get the sky though regardless. I’m sure these would be better with a better camera but I did what I could.

P2 Event Ad


  1. Description: This is a flier for a fishing event and fund raiser.
  2. Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles): I used Microsoft Word (which personally I didn’t care for. I’ll admit I only used very simple tools that I’m sure anyone could use. I did watch some of the how to videos posted on Ilearn and those were handy. Though it is impressive Word had these abilities. I used a scanner, Word, and a PDF to JPEG converter.
  3. Message: In truth wasn’t sure what to do for a picture of people holding fishing pulls. I chose to go for a fishing awareness fund raiser because fishing is fun and fish taste good.
  4. Audience: The whole family.
  5. Color scheme and color names: I chose to do a blue and green. I thought the colors kinda looked murky a bit. The title has a reflection and I did this because I thought it looked like the reflection on water. I also used white for the body text. I thought it showed up better.
  6. Top Thing Learned: Mostly that Word has the abilities to do this.
  7. Title Font Name & Category: Berlin Scans FB Demi.
  8. Copy Font Name & Category:
  9. Scanned images used, sources, original sizes, location of scanner used: It was a picture from a Handyman magazine. The scanner was at my folks house.

Project 1 Flier


Description: A black and white flier for a graduate event.

Process (Programs, Tools, Skills, FOCUS principles): I drew several sketches and chose one to work with InDesign. I mostly went for a more grey and white look to things. I wanted things more light. Also I tried to keep things simple.I was given the material to work with for this too.

Message: I was going for a professional look but simple at the same time.

Audience: Being a graduate flier the audience are graduates.

Top Thing Learned: Mostly about how to use InDesign.

Title Font Name & Category: Rockwell Extra Bold  – Slab Serif

Copy Font Name & Category: Minion Pro – San Serif

Links to images used in this project

Strategic Opportunities

Several opportunities to distribute my media could involve facebook, vimeo, or even youtube. Moreover, I could also keep followers updated on these sites. Another way would to be showing my work to friends and family and then having them spread the joy.   

Well, color you happy for finding this site!