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IL496 - Internship
A disciplined study of figurative construction through analytical perceptual drawing. Students work from animal and human skeletons, plaster casts, wooden manikins and the life model. Lectures and projects focus on artistic anatomy, linear perspective as it relates to figurative construction, compositional analyses of masterwork figurative illustrations and strategies used in illustrative and narrative figure drawing. The instruction follows a concept of systematic progression from modeled line drawings through tonal studies. As requisite skills are acquired, the student builds toward more challenging assignments. Based on the scope of a student's project or level of study there may be additional costs for materials and supplies. Satisfies: Major Requirement

Studio
Description In the summer between the junior and senior year, Illustration majors are required to intern with a suitable employer. The Internship Preparation course is the framework in which the appropriate intern/employer match is identified. Credit hours for the summer internship is applied to the fall and spring semesters of the senior year. Based on the scope of a student's project or level of study there may be additional costs for materials and supplies. Satisfies: Major Requirement
Prerequisites IL318 / Studio <min grade = c-, min credit = 1.50> or
Corequisites N/A
Fees N/A
Credits 3.00
Credit Types Credit

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