Through multiple projects students in this class will explore new materials for mark-making, photography, and sculpture; misuse old tools; invent their own techniques; and make a ton of stuff. Students will also spend time discussing their discoveries, successes, and new aesthetics.
Get your ideas out of your head and onto the pages of your own multi-page comic book! Students in this class will create original characters and storylines and be introduced to the techniques, materials, and disciplines used to create professional comic art.
Illustration is essential to the success of the editorial, advertising, publishing, and product packaging industries. During this dynamic class, students will be exposed to a wide cross-section of illustration styles, media, and approaches. The creative process will be discussed, from sketches to final illustration critiques.
The storyboard is the first tool used in applying images to a script. During this class, students will learn about the basic mechanics of film and the translation of a script into a storyboard for animation or live-action film.
Important Dates Now: Register for Spring Online Classes Dec 9: Spring Campus-Based Class Schedule Posted Jan 6: Spring Campus-Based Class Registration Opens Jan 20: $25 Early Registration Discount Ends