HUDS means Heads Up DisplayTypes of huds:

Types of HUDS:

Permeant hud: A Permeant hud is the things that are stationary on your screen like a health bar, ammo clip and points or scores.
Pull up HUDS are HUDS  that can be brought up and with a press of a button or action.
Actionable hud
VI- user interface


VX- user experience

PolyBird: Task Actions

Photoshop Actions come in the.ATN file format which is series of actions of steps that have been created by me. This current series of actions consisted of selecting an area as a triangle and apply fill which would be set to the F1 key so it would quickly fill the area.  by creating this action the process can be multiplied by many times you want.


Firstly  I  created this action that allows me to reproduce the same process several times to create the poly bird without having to take as much time as you would without the actions.

Photoshop 01: Skycape Task

Here is the photoshop task where  I removed the sky destructively , Non- destructively and add a gradient coloured sky which destructively I would just select the sky and erase it however in  the non-destructive approach I added a mask layer which allowed me to regain lost parts of the image which would have been erased by the quick selection.

destructive city scape.jpg

Adjustment layer task



This my first attempt at Destructive layer adjustment which i was able to customise the colour of the mini by adding colour straight onto the layer becoming destructive as it is applied to the original layer.

This is a non-destructive layer adjustment as i made a mask instead of painting straight onto the original layer and this allows me to easily regain the original content from the picture.

Photoshop Elephant Task


In this task, I was asked to use the brush tool to draw an elephant in Photoshop and during this task, I learnt to use the brush tool shortcut. This task also helped me gain a better understanding of the Photoshop interface and how I can edit the size, shape, style of the brush to create this drawing.

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