Traditional drawing skills, the latest digital imaging technologies, and sculpted dimensional methods combine for effective visual communication.
Students develop natural drawing skills in addition to the technical skills needed to accurately render images. Students learn to draw the meaning behind the written word. By using their imaginations students can illustrate a political issue in a cartoon or reveal magic and mystery in a children’s book. Students develop the sophistication to create an image to accompany an opinion column in a magazine.
Software Skills: Photoshop, Illustrator, Freehand, After Effects, InDesign, Google Sketchup, Zbrush
Traditional mediums: acrylics, charcoal, colored pencil, pen & ink, pastels, watercolor.
Program facilities equipment
Gallery r, RIT’s Metro Showcase and Learning Laboratory for the Arts, in downtown Rochester operated by the School of Art students, solidifies the learning experience by bringing students’ work to the greater Rochester community.
Program job titles reported
Advertising Illustrator; Architectural Illustrator; Animation Artist; Art Director; Book Illustrator; Caricaturist; Character Designer; Comic Artist; Concept Artist; Courtroom Artist; Digital Artist; Dimensional Illustrator; Diorama Artist; E-Learning Illustrator; Editorial Illustrator; Fashion Illustrator; Game Assets Illustrator; Graphic Designer; Graphic Novel Illustrator; Illustrative Designer; Model Maker; Motion Graphics Artist; Multimedia Illustrator; New Media Artist; Political Cartoonist; Presentation Illustrator; Production Artist; Sequential Illustrator; Social Media Illustrator; Storyboard Artist; Technical Illustrator; Textbook Illustrator; Theater set Artist; Visual Developer
Select program hiring partners
American Greetings, Bix Pix Animation, Berlin Cameron United Cartoon Network, Hallmark Cards, Informative Magazine, Laika Inc, Madison Avenue Inc ,Marvel Comics, New Readers Press, Nickelodeon
|Outcome||% of Students|
|Full-time Graduate Study||10.00%|