Welcome to GRA3611 (Vector Art Editing) online. Here you will find regular postings for handouts given in-class.
An advanced course that continues to develop how to create, correct, and modify graphics. Students will learn advanced techniques for design, illustration and production on the computer, how to simplify path points and specify the flatness value for optimized files. Students are exposed to professional techniques and tools using software such as Adobe Illustrator and Bridge on the Macintosh operating system.
4 cl hrs, 3 cr Prerequisites Raster & Vector Graphics, AD 360, GA 508
- Design and develop an overarching multi -part design project
- Apply critical thinking skills supported by research
- Present a design project logically and convincingly
- Identify and apply strategies for design in five sub disciplines: product design, packaging, corporate communications, advertising, environmental design and information graphics.
- Create various complex vector graphics.
- Reflect learning from engaging challenging resource material that a student will interpret appropriately and accurately in his/her own words and following ethical guidelines for intellectual property.
- Show and Tell – happenings within the field (websites, magazines, nyc)
- Review homework – place in ‘ghitchings’ – drop box on the server
- In-class critique of work – provide feedback
- Lectures, lessons and software demonstrations
- Discuss projects and assignments
- In-class lab time to work on assignments
- Class blog (www.artorium.com/instruction)