Upon completion of the 13 required courses in the Commercial Illustration Program, students will qualify to apply for certification. This process is free of charge and involves sending the student’s final portfolio to a panel of top industry illustrators and client representatives. When the majority of the panel agree that the portfolio is commercially viable the student will receive certification. We recommend the student should plan on six terms to complete the program before applying for a certificate.
Illustration by Andrew McDermott
In this next level of life drawing students will continue to study the forms and proportions of the human figure, as in Level 1, but with an illustration-based direction. With the life model as a source of reference there will be more emphasis on how figure drawing relates to illustration in a storytelling and narrative capacity. Students will work on exercises involving the human figure while continuing to learn the basics of anatomy and proportion. Various media ranging from graphite, watercolour, pastels, and acrylic will continue to be employed as students begin understanding how the figure relates to the environment it exists in.Note: A supply list will be emailed prior to start of class.
|60468||11 aft Sa||May 12, 2018||1400-1700||Andrew McDermott||$427||Main Campus (Map)|
Illustration is the visual communication of an idea, a story, or a message that appears in editorial, advertising, and publishing media, and it begins with drawing. This course will develop your drawing to clearly communicate your own ideas through strong composition, an understanding of perspective, and familiarity with different materials.Note: A supply list will be emailed prior to start of class.
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For the prospective illustration student, learn to see and draw more believable figures by exploring the structure of proportion, balance, gesture, and value from an artistic perspective. Working with line drawing, tonal studies, and colour wash you will develop visual awareness and gain confidence in interpreting the fascinating human figure from life models.Note: Bring pad of 18" x 24" cartridge paper (not folded), two bull clips and drawing pencil or conte stick to first class. A supply list will be emailed prior to start of class.
|60457||10 eve Mo||May 28, 2018||1900-2200||Paul Chizik||$426||Main Campus (Map)|
This course is an introduction to the theory and application of color in art and design. Through class lectures, assignments and activities, you will examine colour through the lens of science, art history, psychology, sociology, cultural theory and contemporary advertising design. This exploration will provide you with a foundation in traditional color theory, while extending your formal and technical knowledge of colour.
|60444||12 eve Tu||May 08, 2018||1830-2130||Lenke Sifkovits||$499||Main Campus (Map)|
Adobe Illustrator is one of the most popular computer applications for computer illustration in the design industry. Learn Illustrators full capabilities for creating logo design, line art, or continuous tone illustrations, as well as using colour and photography and importing or exporting files for use with other graphic applications.Prerequisites: Mac or PC experience.Note: This course is taught on a Mac.
|60442||12 eve Mo||May 07, 2018||1900-2200||Trevor Boytinck||$499||Main Campus (Map)|
This course is designed to familiarize students with the capabilities of Adobe Photoshop. Students learn methods of enhancing and working with high-resolution images for various media outputs, and are given the confidence to tackle complex photo-illustrations.Prerequisites: Mac or PC experience.Note: This course is taught on a Mac.
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