Visual Concepts in Illustration
Course No. ILL 371 Credits: 3.0
Faculty John Chuldenko
This course encourages students to develop a confident knowledge of design in illustration, the thinking process, and production techniques necessary to compete in the field of applied arts and prepares illustration students to become working professionals within the marketing communications community. It will motivate the student's visual awareness, teaching the student to conceptualize, design and execute on a professional level. Students become familiar with several techniques used in editorial illustrations, book illustrations, advertising illustrations, as well as many others using an extensive range of materials. Students learn to produce quality illustrations and to be responsible for the conceptual aspects of a project whenever necessary. Offered fall.
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Jeff Harter pursued his BFA in Illustration at the University at Buffalo, where he studied under distinguished...more
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