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ARTS.2900 Illustration I (formerly 70.290)

Id: 006879 Credits Min: 3 Credits Max: 3


This course will provide students with an understanding of the creative, visual and formal aspects of the applied art of illustration. Project challenges will be based on several real-world applications of illustration in a variety of genres including editorial, sequential narrative, portrait, nature and product application. The course includes an introduction to different illustration media, the stages and process of creating illustrations and learning about both contemporary and historic illustrators. They will be encouraged to develop unique thinking and conceptual approaches as they hone their artistic voice. Students will learn to communicate ideas and develop content through research, discussion, sketching, critique and creating.


ARTS 1010 Art Concepts, ARTS 1020 Art Concepts II, ARTS 1130 Digital Foundations, ARTS 2010 Form & Content, ARTS 1550 Drawing I, and ARTS 1560 Drawing II, or Permission of Instructor.

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