Illustration I Course
May 17, 2021 Chad Grohman
Work created in Illustration I, the primary course for students in their sophomore year in RIT’s Illustration program. In the illustration course, students approach major elements of technique, application and theory in relation to becoming illustrators. Studio sessions involve problem solving, anatomy, pictorial composition, media applications, figurative expression, use of reference tools and illustrative techniques. This illustration course structure allows demonstrations of processes and experimentation for assignment development.
Above illustration by Devon Scott-Davis
By Camille Rosenfeld