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Illustration Courses

Drawing for Animation

Course No. ANIM 220  Credits: 3.0
Faculty Lincoln Adams

An essential course for anyone who is interested in visual storytelling. This course will teach students how to draw ideas, actions, and gestures that effectively communicate a story. Students will draw from live models in costumes, animals in motion, and create characters that capture storytelling poses. An emphasis will be placed on exaggeration, silhouetting, line of action, balance, and gesture: all of which are needed to communicate a character’s attitude and story. This course is highly recommended for animators and illustrators. Offered fall.

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James Groman

Illustration Adjunct Faculty

After graduating with a BFA degree from Cleveland Institute of Art in 1986, James Groman was hired by American...more

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