Pinky Plates are a series of exercises whose purpose is to promote clear communication, orderly hand work, the understanding of abstract visual concepts and the ability to follow direction. Pinky Plate 5 Format White Mayfair cut to 11"x15" Reproduce the title and the text of this assignment using your own hand lettering. Represent the concept presented in the text with a photo. You may use two photos but not more than two. Online image sources are fine as long as they are cited as directed. All work must be black and white or grey scale. Simple clear layouts are best. Do not lay text over the image. The photo you chose is very important, take time to find an exceptional image. Refer to the provided tutorials for help with hand lettering. Lettering will be all caps. Competence with lettering will require practice and planning to deliver a suitable final project. When hand lettering guidelines should be drawn with a light 2h pencil and lettering finished with a thin black gel pen, guidelines are then erased. Practice and test in order not to mar your final. Your name must be hand lettered on the back of the pinky plate. All images need to be sourced and cited MLA style on the back panel. Exception: Due to the length of citation URLs photo citations may be printed via computer and pasted at the bottom of the back panel. Part A Title Contours Define Form Text The shape of the earth is revealed by its contours, curving hills and rigid peaks. Outlines create flat images. They silhouette the object, but give no sense of three dimensions. Contour lines describe depth because contours flow around the object as well as along its outermost edges. The sculptor plans her or his work to be seen from many sides. As we move around it, one contour is continually merging with another. Part B Using the same architectural hand lettering on the back of your Pinky Plate print 8 quotes from Tim Berners-Lee