Illustration 1

Illustration 1
Illustrative concepts and problem solving with an overview of styles, techniques, methods, and materials.
 Hours3.0 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesDES 114 & DES 115 & DESIL 131; Illustration BA or BFA acceptance.
 TaughtWinter, Summer
 ProgramsContaining DESIL 251
Course Outcomes: 

Materials and Methods

Students will be able to proficiently use the mediums of ink, graphite, and gouache, including being able to prepare, complete, and present a finished illustration with a high level of craft and care.

Visual Solutions

Students will be able to develop a procedure of deep exploration of ideas, engage in patterns of broad exposure to ideas in the visual arts, and utilize narrative and interpretive concepts.

Theoretical and Practical Understanding of Design

Students will be able to effectively apply principles and elements of value, composition, and color theory.

Professional Illustration Experience

Students will be able to understand and apply professional creative processes to finished illustrations and have a practical understanding of the patterns and problems related to illustration markets.