Class Schedule: (A) 8-11am Thursday / (B) 12-3pm Tuesday
Section: BFA 2 A/B
Room: CAFA Rm. 110
Illustration 2 SY 2009-10 2nd Semester
Time: 3 hours
Allotment: 18 meetings/54 total hours
Primary compositions with emphasis on the advance illustration materials, techniques and content. Explores the creative use of techniques and styles in graphics and realistic rendering using, oil, acri, photo or collage and other experimental materials.
PRE- AND/OR CO-REQUISITES
1st year subject/Illustration 1
To developed solution for a given idea of illustration.
To developed ability to demonstrate visual look and economy of thought in basic forms of illustration on message and concept of visual communication design.
To developed ability to use advance and experimental materials as a formal element.
To promotes creative problem solving techniques.
To equip the learner to evaluate and properly carry out creative solution in a variety of techniques.
To carry out the development of processional attitudes.
NATURE OF THE COURSE/RESOURCES
FOR THE COURSE
This course is designed to help students develop critical abilities in the evaluation of materials and to encourage them to look at illustration. The course is structured to permit the greatest possible dialogue and exchange of views. The sharing process will require you to bring a variety of materials to class in order to demonstrate points you wish to make. You are expected to become familiar with a wide variety of resources about illustration, although the major emphasis should be on the processes themselves. You might, for instance, look at particular illustrator to interview. There are references available on the WWW. You will also find it useful to visit the various websites developed for illustration.
OVERVIEW OF COURSE CONTENT
Each of these topics may include discussion of Illustration.
List of Topics to Be Covered:
Introduction background on advance illustration Modern development of illustration
Theory of advance illustration
Theory and activities on self-promotional illustration
Theory and activities on advance editorial illustration
Theory and activities on advance advertising illustration
REQUIREMENTS FOR THE COURSE
Required Written and Plate exercises
1. Self-promotional illustration
2. Advance editorial illustration
3. Advance advertising illustration
4. Final portfolio
Methods will be lectures on theory, demonstration, and interaction by answering the question given, discussion or deliberation on activities, does practical assignment by exercises on the spot, supervision, and final project (indoor or outdoor interview). Interview and field trip (TBA, outdoor interview). Media will be the use of chalk or clipboard
WWW and other printed materialsPrelim Activities
Construct Portfolio Case using hard board 15"x 20" and min. 1/2" thickness
Do Illustration on your portfolio
Meeting 1 Introduction and collect Class cards nov9/11
Project # 1 Self-promotional illustration
4 sample artworks in 1-4 color
Letter size paper with your name, field of work and contact number
1a Study and compre
1b Final Art with group binding
Meeting 2 P1a Study -Self Promotion Illustration nov16/18
Meeting 3 P1b Compre/final -Self Promotion Illustration nov23/25
Project # 2 Editorial Newspaper Illustration
3 colors flat tone
1/2 page broadsheet
Article of newspaper
Meeting 4 P2a study- Editorial Newspaper Illustration nov30/dec2
Meeting 5 P2b Compre/final Editorial Newspaper Illustration dec7/9
Project # 3 Editorial Magazine Illustration
4 colors flat tone
Article of magazine
Meeting 4 P3a study Magazine Article Spot Illustration nov30/dec2
Meeting 6 P3b compre Magazine Article Spot Illustration dec14/16
Written Req. # 1 - Reaction Paper on Illustration Exhibit at any Galleries or article about Illustration
Due Date of all Prelim Requirements: Dec. 14 BFA 2B and Dec. 16 BFA 2AMidterm Activities
Project # 4 PLDT
Meeting 7 study jan4/6
Meeting 8 production jan11/13
Meeting 9 submission jan18/20
Project # 5 Book Illustration
4 colors any style and medium cover and 3 inside illustration
Pocket book size
Article of literary book
Meeting 10 study jan25/27
Meeting 11 production feb1/3
Meeting 12 compre and final print feb8/10
Written Req. # 2 Reaction Paper on INK website and Exhibit
Due Date of all Mid-term Requirements: Feb. 8 BFA 2B and Feb. 10 BFA 2AFinal Activities
Project # 6 Product Poster Advertising Illustration
-series of 3 on tabloid size
Meeting 13 -14 feb15,22/feb17,24
Project # 7 Final Advertising Illustration promotional materials
-Brochures of your advertising illustration 4-or more works
-Final print on 1spread size 11"x17"
Meeting 15 -17 mar1,8,15,/mar3,10,17
Written Req. # 3 Reaction Paper on movie Ms. Potter
Due Date of all Requirements: Mar. 15 BFA 2B and Mar. 17 BFA 2A
Distribution of Class cards
March 22/24, 2009
REQUIREMENTS and CRITERIA