88604 VC Illustration: Visual Narrative6cp
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Having developed an understanding of illustration techniques as a tool for communication, students now apply that knowledge through a series of storytelling exercises and outcomes. In this subject, students record and research real life experiences and observations to produce a series of experimental visual narratives in print and digital formats. Workshops and practical tasks in studio sessions focus on different methods of interpreting autobiographical material through prose and sequential illustration as well as developing professional time management skills. In addition, students gain insight into various methods of narrative development, learning to recognize interesting and meaningful content and explore that content through iteration and experimentation. Students are expected to respond to critique and incorporate feedback into their illustrative work. Students are expected to undertake visual research and critical analysis as part of this subject.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125