CEIL-206

CEIL 206 - SU01: Narrative Illustration

From: 
Jun 24
To: 
Aug 19
Cost: 
$432.50
Meeting Information: 
Date / Time Days Room Building
Jun 24-Jun 24
18:00:00-21:00:00
TH VCHAT ONLN
Jul 8-Aug 19
18:00:00-21:00:00
TH VCHAT ONLN
Prerequisites: 

CEIL 100 Introductory Illustration is recommended

Instructor information: 
Comments: 
Please bring the following supplies to class:
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Essential Items

* 1 Watercolour Paint set/12 (suggested: Yarka, Mungyo, Cotman,
or equivalent )
* Gouache, set of 5 (3 primaries, black/white)(suggested: Holbein
Acryla)
* Various selection of drawing materials (markers, pens, pencil
crayons, pencils etc.)
* Paper - Illustration Board Peterboro
* Paper - Bristol Pad any brand and size
* 2-3 Containers for water
* 1 Drawing paper or Sketchbook
* 1 Eraser
* 1 Flower style mixing palette	

Estimated cost: $120.00

Additional Items

* 1 Glue Stick
* 1 Ink India (or black ink equivalent)
* 1 Pencil Col-Erase Light Blue 
* 1 Mechanical Pencil
* 1 Marker Dual Tip, Black
* Various Pencils Drawing  (variety, including HB)
* 1 Speedball pen holder and assorted nibs
* 1 X-acto Knife
* 1 Ruler	1
* 1 Drawing Surface or Drawing Board - Masonite 1/4" 
* 1 Scissors
* 1 Sponge
* 1 Hair Dryer

***Please bring items marked with a '*' to your first class.***

***Print Cards and/or Printing Costs: students are responsible
for printing costs. Print Cards are available in the Library or
in machines located next to the main elevators. Note that Print
Card machines are cash only.

***Present your Registration Statement or your ECUAD student card
at Opus Framing & Art Supplies to qualify for a student
discount.***

***In order to minimize disruption, students are expected to
arrive at class a minimum of 5 minutes prior to the designated
start time.  If possible, please notify your instructor ahead of
time if you expect to be late or absent.***

CEIL 206: Narrative Illustration

This course will guide students to research, write, and visually capture narratives using illustrated imagery. Students will explore components of narrative such as identity, place, and lived experience through creative writing exercises and discussion topics, such as mythology and legend, visual histories, and the self as character. Diverse illustration techniques will be used to explore narrative symbols, sequential images, and conceptual compositions.

Prerequisites: 

CEIL 100 Introductory Illustration is recommended

Number of Credits: 
0.00
Repeatable for Credit: 
No
Sections: 
Term Section Title
Cs Summer 2021 CEIL-206-SU01 Narrative Illustration
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