COURSES :: ME120.709 :: continuous tone


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    Offered: First semester, first year
    Instructors: David A. Rini, Associate Professor, Lead Instructor
    Timothy H. Phelps, Associate Professor
    Credits: 3 credit hours: 2 Lecture hours and 10 Studio hours per week


    Application of theories of light on form is explored through continuous tone rendering of still life objects and exercises.


    COURSE objectives

  • Students will acquire an understanding of the principles of light on form and continuous tone media techniques.
  • Emphasis will be placed on direct observation of subject matter, proper lighting, instructional impact, and reproducible quality.
  • Lectures and one-on-one meetings between faculty and students will help students develop a common vocabulary relating to continuous tone illustration.


    resources

  • Bone collection.
  • Two complete natural bone skeletons in department
  • Video on Continuous Tone Techniques by Gerald Hodge, University of Michigan.
  • Departmental collection of original art by Brödel, Didusch and others.


    COURSE assignments


  • Carbon dust of pelvic bone
  • Instructional biological illustration in continuous tone


    COURSE evaluation

  • 1:1 faculty-student interface
  • Interim class critiques
  • Written critique on final project
  • Review of sketches
  • Final grade


    schedule


    Three half days per week coordinated with the Human Gross Anatomy dissection schedule.


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    Baltimore, Maryland 21287
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