Digital Drawing & Illustration I: Illustrator (Online, Synchronous)
The ability to produce vector graphics is a “must-have” skill for any modern artist or designer. Adobe Illustrator is the world’s leading vector graphics application used for producing professional quality logos, package design, signage and so much more. Students will be introduced to the basics of working with Illustrator to create compelling designs.This hands-on course is taught in a synchronous online format using the Zoom Online Video conference system, with the tenth session held in-person at Otis College of Art and Design.
Prerequisite: XDMA9011 Introduction to Digital Design, XDWG1001 Drawing & Composition
Technical Requirements: To get the most out of this live online course, it is strongly recommended that students have two digital screen sources available. One screen (tablet device, laptop, smartphone, second monitor, etc.) will be used to watch the instructional demonstrations and listen to class lectures. The second screen (traditional desktop or laptop computer)
will be dedicated to using the Adobe Illustrator CC application.
First Class Materials: 4GB USB Disk; note-taking materials