CGD151 Digital Illustration I

Credits: 3

This course focuses on using the computer as an illustration tool. You will first be exposed to computer illustration basics, the use of primitive drawing tools in an illustration program and line as a design element. You will then be instructed in the alteration of primitives to create irregular shapes and color fills. Then you will learn how to use typography as an illustration element. Additionally, you will be exposed to the concept of clip art and the legal and ethical issues involved in their use.

Prerequisites: CGD131 and CGD142

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