Finding images on Flickr:
(…and I’ve decided on a layout)

So I have decided to use my THIRD layout idea to start off my infographic as it was the most popular and could really do well to effectively show this process as well as being visually appealing and unique.

To begin, I went onto Flickr in the ‘all creative commons’ section and found some images that might be helpful in completing my images for my infographic. I may use the following…

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  1. I think you have really thought out all the images and shapes you will need for this image which is really good! I think the stack of pancakes will look very realistic and effective with the blueberries and maple syrup drizzle once you do all the vectors. However, you will need to make sure the things like the butter, flour and eggs that you are using for “the shape” are easily identified by who ever is viewing your image. Perhaps the use of gradients and making some lines thicker than others could help you make them more realistic and 3D.


  2. Hi there, you have clearly done some comprehensive research into how you are going to construct you infographic. It is a great idea because so many people love to eat pancakes!! It is great how you are looking at having a simplistic graphic that anyone could view and make their own pancakes based on your instruction. It would be great if you were able to add a twist to your infographic by adding something a bit different such as toppings to make you final composition more visually appealing.


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