DURATIONFull semester 18 weeks: January 23rd – June 2nd, 2017
Drawing 6 weeks: January 23rd - March 3rd, 2017
Visualization 12 weeks: March 6th – June 2nd, 2017
DRAWING, 10 ECTS
Seriously improve your drawing skills in just six weeks!
We approach drawing as a craft, which we will teach you through sessions of long and short term life drawing sessions and other exercises. You are taught a specific method of drawing inspired by the old renaissance masters, based on fundamental aesthetic principles like form, construction and composition. Working with the fundamental principles of drawing will not only improve your classical drawing skills but also give you a skillset that can be transferred to all kinds of visual expressions.
VISUALIZATION, 20 ECTS
Bursting with ideas? Learn how to visualize them through drawing!
Through a combination of lectures, exercises and personal projects, you will practice various aspects of visualization like color, composition and design of visual elements like characters and environments. At the end of the course you will be doing a personal project. Professionals working with illustration, comics or similar will guide you through the exercises and projects.
(ECTS is a standard for comparing the study attainment and performance of students of higher education across the European Union and other collaborating European countries. For successfully completed studies, ECTS credits are awarded. One academic semester corresponds to 30 ECTS credits.)
Drawing and Visualization is an Open Education program under Graphic Storytelling at VIA University College/The Animation Workshop. Open Education is a wide range of educational programs in Denmark offered to adults who wish to undergo further training. It is open to anybody who has successfully passed our admission criteria.
The Animation Workshop/ VIA University College has reserved the right to cancel a course in the event of too few application or under special circumstances.
Artwork - by Clara Lucie Jetsmark Bjerre
Artwork - by Emil Friis Ernst
Early Concept Art - by Line Høj Høstrup