Digital Illustration (Adobe) (CITA-240)
2013 Summer 
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Description: This course is an introduction to digital illustration utilizing Adobe Illustrator. The focus of the course will be to introduce the student to vector images and Illustrator's drawing features. Illustrator will be used to produce artwork comprised of mathematical descriptions of shapes, curves, fills and patterns. Masking and compounding techniques, along with complex blends and gradient meshes, are used to create complex graphics. Color is explored in pre-press productions to ensure illustrations comply with commercial printing and imaging standards. The student will learn to apply shadows, lighting effects, filters, and a wide range of other graphic appearances. Tools for saving files in formats compatible with the World Wide Web are also part of the course. Illustrator objects can also be imported into all major page layout and photo-editing programs. Prerequisite: OFTC 110.

Textbook information can be found here.
CITA-240-OL01D
06/10/2013 - 08/03/2013 Online S. Jerden
Lecture Time: Days: Seats: 0

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