Summer Session 2 | Concept Art: Evolution & Application
1 Credit – online
- Dates: July 25 – August 5
- Times: 6 – 9 PM
- Meetings: 10
- Days: Monday – Friday
- Instructor: Jen Kraft
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Concept Art has become more popular in recent years with the boom in the popularity of video games, films, and animation, but what exactly is Concept Art and where did it begin? This course will teach students the history of Concept Art, as well as where Concept Art stands in current times. Students will also learn what it takes to be a concept artist, and what skills they can expect to learn in order to compete in this highly competitive field. Students can expect to use both Digital and Traditional skills throughout the course, in order to show the range a concept artist is expected to have.
This course must meet minimum enrollment by July 18 in order to run. Register today!
(artwork by instructor, Jennifer Kraft)
- A Gmail.com email address – PCA&D uses Google Classroom for online classes. Gmail accounts are free to create.
- Internet access
- Computer with mic/camera.
- Adobe Photoshop If you do not already have access to this software, please provide your Adobe ID login email address for access to an active Adobe account (NO subscription necessary) Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your Adobe ID name after registration. The College will grant you access to download the software you need for successful completion of your course starting one week before the class date and one week after the course ends.
- A sketchbook, or loose plain paper.
- Pencil, Eraser
- A drawing tablet if the student is working digitally.
- A camera with the capability of taking good quality photos of artwork (most phone cameras will do). Or a scanner for high res captures of artwork.