FNDT161 2 credits
Students employ acquired skills transferred from Drawing and Building Form to explore and exploit materials as well as to discover unique processes in creating novel form. The study of three-dimensional design expands to encompass meaning construction, composition and research as students engage the more complex issues of form and space. Prerequisite: FNDT 160 Drawing and Building Form.
Recommended for students planning to select A/L/I, Fashion Design, or Product Design as their major.