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    For My GCSE Graphics Product, I've Chosen To Design A DVD Cover. However, I'm Not Exactly Sure What Dimensions To Use. I Normally Use 'Canvas Size' - 10.5cm X 14.85cm (In Photoshop) For My Cover And Back Cover As, Thats the Size For A5, I Think. Is This Right?
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    This is what your research is for. Do a page researching dimensions for different styles. You've got your standard plastic case, with an insert, then there's the eco-friendly fold up cases so they will be a different size. You will get marks for research if you do this. EVERY SINGLE DETAIL.


    Oh, and please do not put capitals at the start of every word. Pet peeve.
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    Yup, you have to do that kind of research for your specification. Just out of interest, what exam board are you doing Graphics with... we have to design a café which I think is way too much work.
 
 
 
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