Narrative Illustration in Print for 16 to 18 Year Olds
On this course the emphasis is on experimental and successful play. You will learn how to negotiate an illustration brief, devise a character, create an environment and make sequential images. The final outcome will be a strong set of narrative prints, developed out of taught practical workshops, tutorials and discussions.
You will come away with a diverse series of illustrational prints along with a solid practical knowledge in how to do a variety of table top printmaking techniques that, crucially, can be replicated economically at home.
- Research and drawing
- Relief Printing
- Mono printing
- Introduction to sequencing and sequential narrative
Who should take this course?
For students interested in and/or already studying within Graphic design illustration or Fine art- beginners to intermediate welcome. Ideal for portfolio generation.
You will come away with a diverse series of illustrational prints along with solid practical knowledge in how to create a variety of table top printmaking techniques that can be replicated economically at home. The final outcome will be a strong set of narrative prints.
Entry requirements: No previous experience necessary. Course content is differentiated for all levels.
Level: All Levels
Please note: This course is for students aged 16 to 18 years old
Wendy Chapple is a professional printmaker and has taught at both London College of Communication and Central Saint Martins on the Graphic Design degree programmes since 2001.
Ann Course gained her MA from the Royal College of Art in 1993. She is a practising artist and teaches on BA Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins.
All materials will be provided for students on this course.
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