See samples of student work
Brush up your portfolio.
Add to what you already have or stretch out and try something new.
Or .. work on that children's book you have hidden in your sock drawer.
This class is centered on the individual student's unique talent, ability and interests The course course is designed to develop and solidify personal style, learn how to conceive strong concepts and clear execution of ideas.
Assignments will touch on various sectors of the illustration market, including publishing, editorial, licensing and corporate. Students will be encouraged to broadly interpret the assignments: an assignment about time can become a science-fiction piece, a conceptual illustration, or a wonderful children's book. Color, value, concept, execution and medium will be covered. Assignments vary each semester.
Learn how to approach an illustration job with an understanding of the type of work you want to create. All aspects of the business side of Illustration will be discussed, such as finding illustration markets, contracts, negotiations, subsidiary rights and reps, copyrights, promotion and self-marketing.
|Details of Student work Summer Session '15 left to right: Shawn Ferreya, Sarah Whicker, Sachika Iwata|
|Final Critique, Summer Session '15|
Contact me with any questions,
or come to SVA's Illustration & Cartooning Dept Free Info Session:
Aug 26 at 6:30 pm
209 East 23rd Street, room 311, 3rd floor.
Seating is given on a first-come, first-served basis.