I was wondering if you would be interested in designing a prism with colorful bubbles coming out of the top and colorful wavelengths coming out of the side. The red arrow is just showing you that the wavelengths need to go all the way to the end of the page. This will need to be made at a 90 degree angle for an 8.5x8.5 page. It is going to fancy up a colorful puzzle that you see in one of the images I uploaded. You do not have to design the puzzle, just the prism with the wavelengths coming out on the right and the bubbles coming out of the top. The rest is something I will be adding to your design, but I thought I would show you where this image was going and the colors being used to help you design it.
The background is going to be white, so you will need to keep that in mind when you are making the bubbles. Also, since this is going to be an educational activity, I would like the wavelengths to look as proportional as you can to what the books show. Here is a link to help with color order and spacing the red to violet wavelength sizes when you make the waves: [url removed, login to view]
FYI - This link shows indigo. So do not use that color in your wavelength portion of the design. The textbooks no longer include indigo. Just do the ROYGBV colors.
You can make the prism white, silver, gray, etc. Whatever you think will look good. I know the background of the crazy copy and pasting of mine to get the idea across shows gray, but, like I previously mentioned, this design will be on a white background.
The wavelength section will be easy for me to place, but I may need to manipulate the bubbles to fit around the colored pieces. So can you send these files to me in .jpg, .eps and .ai?