Offered: 3rd Quarter, 1st Year
Instructors: Jennifer E. Fairman, Associate Professor, Lead Instructor
Ian Suk, Professor
Credits: 3 credit hours
Creating digital artwork for print media: color two-dimmensional still image.
- Understand procedures involved in creating digital color illustrations
- Understand considerations and preparation for printing digital files
- Understand the procedures for size management, storage, input, and output of digital files
- Recognize the differences between RGB and CMYK color modes
- Recognize colors in terms of hue, value, saturation, and temperature and arrange into a pallete
- Create an anatomical illustration from original anatomical illustration sketches
- Conceptualize and simplify detailed anatomical information
- Recognize the various methods of proofing print-ready artwork
Macintosh computer hardware/software, removable media, scanners, modems, stylus-based input devices, CD-ROM drives, and laser printers. Software manuals, tutorials, and 3rd Party books on various computer topics will also be made available.
Students will further develop their skills through class lectures/demonstrations, tutorials and class exercises, including:
- Creating a digital version of color swatch studies
- Survey of various digital file considerations for print work including various pre-press concerns
- Creating a digital anatomical illustration based on original Anatomical Sketching drawings.
- 1:1 faculty-student interface
- Interim class critiques
- Written critique on final project
- Review of sketches
- Final grade
Refer to 1st year calendars and syllabi.
All students with disabilities who require accommodations for this course should contact Catherine L. Will, Disability Services Coordinator for Graduate Biomedical Education (email@example.com or 410-614-3781) at their earliest convenience to discuss their specific needs. Please note that accommodations are not retroactive.