Visual Communication: Course

Caesarea Foundation, Edmond Benjamin de Rothschild

Introduction to Illustration B

25027
Asher Judith, Semester 2, Wednesday, 10:00-13:00
Ben-Nahum Dovrat, Semester 2, Monday, 10:00-13:00
Bonano Michal, Semester 2, Tuesday, 10:00-13:00
Braier Alon, Semester 2, Tuesday, 10:00-13:00
Eloa Eitan, Semester 2, Wednesday, 14:00-17:00
2.0
The fundamentals of the discipline of Illustration are observation and interpretation. During the course the students will experience and practice a vast range of tools and methods to observe, translate and depict reality. The course combines practice in the classroom as well as home assignments, public critique and discussion. The class challenges develop gradually from Black and White traditional drawing skills to advanced techniques, incorporating colors and nontraditional methods of life depiction. This course establishes the basic ground for later more advanced illustration, visual interpretation, style and personal visual language for the visual communicators in general.