83233 Fashion Illustration Fundamentals 26cp; 1.5hrs, studio; 1.5hpw, computer lab
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
This subject builds on students' proficiencies gained in earlier subjects to develop an understanding of the visual modes of fashion and textile design.
Within the illustration module students are introduced to key contemporary fashion illustrators and explore a diversity of mediums and rendering techniques as a way to generate detailed fashion range drawings. Illustration is a critical communication tool in fashion practice and students are encouraged to refine their skills in order to accurately communicate design ideas and detail. The digital component of the subject enables students to translate hand rendered fashion illustrations and technical drawings using industry standard software such as Adobe. Students are introduced to new modes of presenting their illustrative work to extend their fashion and textile practice.
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125