Continuous Tone Illustration
Design of Inst. Programs
Digital Lab Essentials
Digital Imaging I
Digital Imaging II
Digital Imaging III
Digital Imaging IV
Digital Imaging V
> Pen & Ink Illustration
Operating Room Sketching
Research & Thesis
Offered: Second Quarter, First Semester
Instructors: Timothy H. Phelps, Associate Professor-Lead Instructor
Ian Suk, Assistant Professor
Credits: 3 Credits: 1 Lecture hours and 6 Studio hours per week
Competency in pen and ink rendering developed by sequential exercises and projects.
Students should be able to acquire, through exercises and supervised projects, sufficient mental and manual skill over pen and ink rendering to produce illustrations demonstrating individual style, reproducible quality, and instructional impact.
2. Anatomy illustration translation from tone.
3. Anatomy illustration (from cadaver dissection).
Three half days per week.
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