GMD-142 - Digital Illustration - Mark Flanders
I am Mark Flanders and your facilitator for this classroom face-to-face course. Welcome to a wonderful course that will introduce you to digital illustration.
Introduces digital illustration for graphic design using industry standard software, such as Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.
What to Expect in this Course
A series of digital illustration projects and critiques will determine a major part of the grade. In addition, there will be quizzes, a student presentation, homework, and in-class exercises.
Projects will be based on assignments, class discussions & presentations. Since these lectures & presentations expand on homework material and new material, it is required that you take notes as well as attend all classes.
Types of Assessments
Student assessments will be based on projects, problem solving, skill demonstrations, written assignments, and oral presentations
Textbook Information / Link to ZTC Textbook
Text: Learn Adobe Illustrator CC for Graphic Design and Illustration, Publisher: Adobe Press, Authors: Dena Wilson, Rob Schwartz, Peter Lourekas, ISBN - 13: 978-0134397788
Other Relevant Course Information
Commercial art is a client and deadline driven profession. I act as the facilitator for each project and I expect to see: inspiration boards, preliminary sketches, in-process work, and final completed material for each project.
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Last updated: 02/02/2022 Sub#: 1272