Textural Compositions, Continued
A comprehensive layout shows how the final product should look. It shows
color and shading, illustration placement, and text.
To make a comprehensive layout:
Review the rough layout.
If the job requires two or more colors, select the colors and use a
felt-tipped marker or colored pencils to color each element.
Position and letter all display type that is 14 point or larger.
Show the position of body type.
Sketch illustrations in their correct positions.
Box off areas for photographic placement.
Prepare overlay sheets if required.
Review layout and overlay sheet for correctness.
Figure 1-34 shows a comprehensive layout.
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