Spring 2019

ARC 328F |ARC 381F | LAR 392F | ARI 392F

DESCRIPTION
This course will focus on advanced visual communication methodologies necessary for design generation, translation, and output. Students will gain comprehension of 2D and 3D digital design drawing, modeling, and fabrication skills using various pictorial systems such as orthographic, para‐line, diagram, and projection. Generation will be a sequential development that moves through scales of representation via digital modeling, some visual programming and CAD/CAM procedures. Attention will also be given to color theory and overall compositional values.

The class will progress through lectures, video tutorials, presentations, and pinup discussions. Topics and assignments will be introduced and developed within class time as a compressive framework through which to explore visual design workflows and output scenarios. The coursework will be treated as an instrument of individual investigation and experimentation. Interim submissions and a final portfolio submission will be the ultimate consideration for grading.

WORK

Class will be held on Friday from 9‐11am and Tuesday from 5‐6pm in WMB 5th floor computer lab unless otherwise noted. Assignments will be due at the beginning of class or as assigned.

Syllabus

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