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
> Editorial Illustration
Pen & Ink Illustration
Operating Room Sketching
Research & Thesis
Offered: 4th Quarter, 1st Year
Instructors: Timothy H. Phelps, Associate Professor
Credits: 3 Credits: 8 studio hours per week
An introduction to conceptual thinking and visualization and its place in medical editorial and advertising markets.
Through lecture and individually designed projects, students should be able to produce conceptually effective, informative, and eye-catching illustrations in a variety of media. Students should be able to think constructively about topics relating to medicine and present them in an illustrative way. Visual thinking and Brainstorming will be stressed. Students will utilize media best suited for final presentation. Students will mock-up magazine cover for final presentation.
Create an editorial illustration in choice of media.
2 half days a week for 6 weeks
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