Professor Woolley | COMD3313 OL74| FA20

Category: Lectures

Lectures

Week 1 Welcome & What to Expect

Week 1 Illustration Process Part 1

Week 2 Who’s Who in Commercial Art

Week 3 Concept Development Techniques

Week 4 Design Concepts in Illustration

Week 5 Value in Illustration

Week 6 The Wonderful world of INK

Week 7 The Wonderful world of INK part 2

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Week 8 MIDTERM no lecture

Week 9 Editorial Illustration

Week 10 Color in Illustration

Week 11 Narrative Illustration

Week 12 Telling the Story

Week 13 Character Design

Week 14 Faces and Expressions

Week 15 FINAL CLASS no lecture

Master Study: Albrecht Durer

As the only way to represent value in printed books was through the use of line, we can easily see how the art of printmaking and that of pen and ink illustration are deeply linked.

To see an amazing example of this idea in action, let’s look at the German Renaissance printmaker Albrecht Durer (1471–1528). Durer demonstrated the true mastery that could be achieved in inked and printed line art. Through expert understanding of line and value, he created depth, volume, and mood.

As you examine the following images, take careful note of Dürer’s use of hatching, crosshatching, and stippling in these images. Consider the incredible sense of volume achieved, and the quality of light, created through masterful use of line.

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