University of Technology Sydney

89200 Graphic Visualisation

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This subject expands the awareness and ability of students from various disciplinary backgrounds to generate ideas and develop visual narratives and to communicate these by means of the visual communication media. There is special emphasis on drawing and image-making and the development of competencies in a range of basic techniques suitable for the representation and effective visual communication of animation and design ideas and solutions, including character design, layout and storyboarding. Students are encouraged to experiment with form in the visualisation of story and script ideas and to enhance their creative visual problem-solving skills. The subject provides students with the opportunity to acquire a critical understanding of the language of visual communication using simple linear form to construct graphic narratives and sequences for the comics and animation media.

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Autumn session, City campus

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