Design your own license plate! You can use an online site, alter a preexisting photo, or make your own from scratch. Make the license plate describe either your or a character. Your license plate design should have two part to it: designing the background for the plate and designing the font. Be creative with it.Assignment Bank- Design Assignments
Who does this nutty license plate belong to? None other than Agent Sammy “Skippy” Squirrel!
This was my second design assignment this week relating to my secret agent character, Sammy A. Squirrel! I thought it would be fun to make a license plate, even though he probably does not drive. There are many different elements of this license plate that represent the character. First of all, the plate is “Skippy” because that is his code name (read about it here!). The acorn represents that he graduated from Acorn University (and the fact that he is a squirrel). He lives in New York, so he has a New York license plate, even though it is not a traditional plate. The plate has a frame that says, “Honk if you love peanut butter,” because Sammy absolutely loves peanut butter and writes an entire section of the newspaper dedicated to the nutty spread. The trees in the background represent that he lives in a tree.
This assignment was really fun to do. I did have some difficulty trying to find the best font for the license plate. I decided to go with Courier New because it looked good, and it fits with the secret agent theme. I also could not find any templates that I liked for the license plate, so I just made this one from scratch (just using the frame!). It is not a traditional license plate, but I think it best fits this non-traditional character.