Design
 

Illustration 3

Illustration 3
Conceptual illustration problems and market applications, using various media.
DESIL
352
 Hours3.0 Credit, 6.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesDESIL 251 & DESIL 351 & DES 131; Illustration BFA majors only.
 TaughtWinter
 ProgramsContaining DESIL 352
Course Outcomes: 

Develop Media Competency.

Students will be able to demonstrate a clear understanding of the unique character of high viscosity acrylic paint and achieve a high degree of competency in its use.

Theoretical and Practical Understanding of Design

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

Abstract Problem Solving

Students will be able to extract meaning from abstract concepts and create concrete visual symbols that communicate meaning to a broad audience.

Conceptual Illustration

Students will be able to produce unique styles appropriate to symbolic concepts, as well as develop a comprehensive understanding regarding markets where conceptual illustration is used.

Create exceptionally unique visual solutions.

Students will develop a practice of exploring different solutions to editorial concepts through the process of creating preliminary thumbnails, tonal studies and color comps. Through repeated practice in the generation of ideas they will also learn to discern and incorporate principles and elements of visual communication in editorial work aimed to reach an audience with a wide range of experiences.

Unique Visual Solutions

Students will be able to evaluate different solutions to editorial concepts through the process of creating preliminary thumbnails, tonal studies, and color comps. Students will have the ability to discern and incorporate principles and elements of visual communication in editorial work aimed to reach an audience with a wide range of experiences.