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Craig Foster

Assistant Professor
School of Art
College of Art and Design

Craig Foster

Assistant Professor
School of Art
College of Art and Design

Education

BFA, University of Michigan; MS, Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University

Currently Teaching

ILLM-628
3 Credits
Students will work with 2 dimensional, 3 dimensional and editing software in order to develop a complete animation on the topic of their choice.
ILLM-689
1 - 4 Credits
This course is an upper division course on a topic of special interest that is not part of a formal curriculum. The course design may differ by topic or faculty member but will include prerequisites, contact hours, and examination/assessment procedures. The level of study is appropriate for students in their final two years of study.
ILLM-599
1 - 6 Credits
Medical Illustration Independent Study will provide students with the ability to study in a specialized area with an individual faculty member. Students, with the assistance of a faculty adviser will propose a course of study. Medical Illustration Independent Study students must obtain permission of an instructor and complete the Independent Study Permission Form to enroll.
ILLM-616
3 Credits
This course continues the development of student web sites designed for allied health instruction. Advanced topics in two dimensional computer illustration, animation, and interactive media will be presented. Students will research current topics in health care and continue the development of the interactive lesson begun in the previous class.
ILLM-615
3 Credits
This course is an introduction to two dimensional computer illustration, animation, and interactive media as they apply to contemporary methods of instruction in medicine and allied health. Students will research a current topic in health care and develop interactive lessons that match the instructional objectives of their topic. Students will organize these lessons as a web site.
ILLM-606
3 Credits
This course explores animating biomedical subjects and processes. Students will be asked to research contemporary theory defining their subjects' anatomy and create animations consistent with their findings. Frame by frame animation, blend shapes, non-linear deformers, and rigging systems will be introduced to permit students to choose the most effective method for creating motion and transformation.
ILLM-515
3 Credits
This course will introduce students to computer illustration, animation, and interactive media as applied to contemporary methods of instruction in medicine and allied health. Students will develop interactive design pieces to support instruction lessons for the educational health care field.