Art and Design - ART 127
Illustration: Theory and Elements (3-0) 3 Cr. Hrs.
This course introduces students to illustration as an art form. Students examine the theories, purposes, techniques and applications of illustration. Students study art works of professional illustrators on how they used various techniques to tell a story or express an idea.
(A requirement that must be completed before taking this course.)
Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:
- Determine how illustrative works of art evoke a response from a viewer.
- Summarize ways in which illustrative works function in society.
- Compare and contrast how visual style and technique separates illustration from other forms of art.
- Determine the steps that comprise the illustrative process.
- Construct an illustration demonstrating the integration of the steps of the illustrative process.
- Summarize basic drawing and painting techniques used in published illustrations.
- Investigate the application of both dry and wet image transfer techniques.
- Create illustrations that emulate the technique of a published illustrator.
- Design illustrative works for a defined audience.
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