Textile Surface Design IB
This companion course to Textile/Surface Design I: Part A consists of a series of projects focusing on the creation of repeat patterns for various market groups in the Textile industry.
Students take a design concept and create a marketable group of repeat patterns for each project. Demonstration and discussion is provided on how to problem solve various artistic techniques. Students develop a body of work suitable for their portfolio. Includes museum and textile studio visits.
Prerequisite: XGRD1101 Color Theory & Design, XGRD5012 Two Dimensional Design.
First class materials: Notebook, one sheet of Canson paper (white), masking tape, Gouache (permanent white, ivory black, and three colors of your choice), #6 Winsor Newton Sceptre gold round brush, Winsor Newton 1/2" flat brush, ruling pen, 15" stainless steel ruler with cork backing.
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