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Offered: 4th Quarter, First year
Instructors: Timothy H. Phelps, Associate Professor
Credits: 3 Credits: 2 Lecture hours and 8 Studio hours per week
Individual biological illustration projects developed, researched and visualized in two-dimensional format. The course will draw from all techniques and methods developed during the first year coursework. Projects are derived from contact with the resources at the National Aquarium in Baltimore. The student is encouraged to select projects that have publishable value and potential use by the content expert.
Research and illustrate a plate depicting some concept of natural science illustration in student's choice of medium in consultation with client. Student will consult appropriate resources and content experts connected with the National Aquarium.
Two half days and one full day per week during Fourth Quarter. See departmental calendar for the First Year.
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