88304 VC Illustration 1: Media and Techniques6cp
In this subject, students gain an understanding of illustration as a tool for communication. Students experiment with a wide range of illustrative media and techniques in studio sessions, and further experiment in their own time by responding to project briefs. Students from different design majors find that this subject has wide-ranging relevance. Workshops, demonstrations and practical tasks are given in a range of techniques and applications. Although there are no prerequisites, students are expected to have basic drawing skills. Students are expected to undertake visual research and critical analysis as part of this subject.
Summer session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125