Make sure the tutorial uses Photoshop or Illustrator and not another program. Pick a tutorial that is just beyond your skill level so you push yourself to learn something new, read through it first before you start! If you get stumped google it (ex- 'where to find blur filter in photoshop cs6'), or ask a classmate nearby for a quick question.
Use the images provided in the tutorials or find your own images on the internet (search for large quality).
Lastly, make the finish tutorial you create look like a finished piece and not 'an exercise', something you could print out and display!
First person to finish can create a new turn-in folder on the V drive > McKay > Graphic Design > Period > TUTORIAL > Lastname_First_tutorial.ai or .psd
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