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ART 136A. INTRODUCTION TO ILLUSTRATION
Prerequisites: Art 125A and Art 130A
Repeat: 0
ART 136A is an introductory course to the professional field of illustration. Instruction will focus on principal areas within the field (Editorial, Advertising, Fashion, Fantasy and Scientific), its history, career aspects, and current trends. Students will explore and apply a variety of media and illustration techniques, while developing critical thinking, research, and problem-solving skills.
ART 136B. INTERMEDIATE ILLUSTRATION
Prerequisites: Illustration 136A.
Repeat: 0

Further exploration of visual communication strategies as they relate to the field of illustration. Experimenting with wet and dry media, use of research, techniques and professional presentation in the development of personal style. Focus on professional problem-solving approach in the following areas: book illustration, graphic narrative, caricature, and character design.

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ART 136C. ADVANCED ILLUSTRATION
Prerequisites: Illustration 136B.
Repeat: 0

Development of professional portfolio, comprehensive layout, and the use of type in illustration; digital imaging techniques and artwork preparation for reproduction; emphasis on advanced development of personal style through an examination of content, materials and techniques, as well as further development of vocabulary and presentational skills for effective visual communication.

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