Through in-class lecture, exercises and projects, both with rulers and free hand drawing, this course will examine the principals of one-point, two-point, and three-point perspective, as well as the most common perspective problems encountered by artists and their practical applications and solutions. This class is geared toward assisting artists with illustration, and general representational drawing and painting, but because of its broad application this class will also inform practices such as interior design, game concept and design, digital painting, animation in general, storyboarding, 2D architectural rendering or general 2D concept and design. In reference to basic shapes and objects, interior and exterior spaces, urban landscapes, and the human figure, students will solidify their foundation knowledge while developing their ability to solve perspective problems and better understand how to represent convincing volume and depth in their own work.
Fall 2019/Winter 2020:
12 Weeks: Base Tuition: $495 + Materials Fee: $15 + Model Fee: $18 = Total: $528
3-Day Workshop: Base Tuition: $290 + Materials Fee: $10 = Total: $300
Notes: It is recommended that students have taken a course in Introduction to Drawing or have basic drawing skills. This course will also reference perspective and the human form, nude model will be used.
|Code||Instructor||Dates & Time||Days||Length||Register|
|844||Lindsey Rosenow||Sept. 19, 2019 to Dec. 5, 2019|
TERM - Fall 2019
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.