Courses and Descriptions

DMMT-2008Drawing and Illustration 2

Drawing and Illustration 2 expands on the skills learned in the first term, and is composed of two parts. In Life Drawing, students study human anatomy, and are introduced to drawing the human figure from direct observation of models in the drawing studio. Drawing for Illustration is an introduction to conceptual illustration, using the four components of drawing. Students will work with colour and mixed medium, with a focus on digital media (especially Photoshop), and they'll apply their drawing skills to rendering and illustration problems presented by the instructor. Studies will focus on the reality of the subject area, and students will be encouraged to develop a more personalized and interpretive approach to applied drawing and illustration.


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