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SCHEDULE

IRVINE CAMPUS

 

MONDAY

 

4:00pm – 7:00pm Visual Communication Sketch [Nathan Cooke]

Level [Foundation/Traditional medium]

Students will be learning how to quickly put down the idea on paper by simplifying objects using organic shapes such as animal, insect, reptile,  and more. They will be learning the basic form of language and perspective and quickly sketch out what they see and imagine.

 

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm Hard Surface Visual Communication Sketch & Industrial Design Portfolio [Nathan Cooke]

Level [Foundation/Traditional medium]

An introduction to the perspective class. The course will cover fundamentals in 1,2 and 3 point perspective focused on primitive shapes, hard surface objects including objects in daily use, weapon, helmet, vehicles and more.

 

TUESDAY

 

4:00pm – 7:00pm Long Pose Figure Drawing/Painting [Danny v Ahe]
Level [Foundation/Traditional medium]
This class is an exploration into the various methodologies and concepts necessary to make a long-term observational figure drawing.  Methods of structural drawing/construction will be utilized to create a strong foundation of form and volume. Gesture will be emphasized as a method to maintain life and energy and as a tool to unify the figure drawing into a cohesive whole.
7:00pm – 10:00pm Intro to Figure Drawing [Danny v Ahe]

Level [Foundation/Traditional medium]

The most important foundation of all, students will be learning how to draw the human figure and learn about anatomy. Students will be drawn from observing the live model. They will be learning the importance of gestures, volume, and weights and apply to their drawing. This foundation is important even for professionals.

 

WEDNESDAY

 

4:00pm – 7:00pm Illustration Portfolio Prep 2 [Valeria Kwon]

Level [Advance/Traditional medium]

In this class, students will learn how to express their creativity through various mediums. Our instructor will help students to experiment and bring their concepts to life to create great visual pieces for their portfolio.

 

7:00pm – 10:00pm Graphic Design Portfolio Prep 1 [Grace Park]

Level [Advance/Digital medium]

Students are challenged to develop design solutions to all of the above by experimenting with a wide range of media—including books and digital magazines, packaging, 3D motion graphics, apps—to create compelling graphics identities and branded experiences.

THURSDAY

4:00pm – 7:00pm Intro to Figure Drawing [Danny v Ahe]

Level [Foundation/Traditional medium]

The most important foundation of all, students will be learning how to draw the human figure and learn about anatomy. Students will be drawn from observing the live model. They will be learning the importance of gestures, volume, and weights and apply to their drawing. This foundation is important even for professionals.

7:00pm – 10:00pm Painting Fundamentals with Digital Media [Danny v Ahe]

Level [Foundation/Digital medium]

Students will be learning traditional oil painting techniques with digital media using Adobe Photoshop. Class curriculum includes in- class still life exercise and photo references study

FRIDAY

4:00pm – 7:00pm Illustration Portfolio Prep 1 [Valeria Kwon] 

Level [Intermediate/Traditional medium]

In this class, students will learn how to express their creativity through various mediums. Our instructor will help students to experiment and bring their concepts to life to create great visual pieces for their portfolio.

SATURDAY

9:00am – 12:00pm Character & Prop Design for Entertainment [Michael Nienaber]

Level [Advance/Digital medium]

In this course, students will be introduced to what characteristics make up iconic characters and prop. The course will focus on the design of human characters for stories both existing and imagined by the students.

7:00pm – 10:00pm Environment & Vehicle Design for Entertainment [Charles Lee]

Level [Advance/Digital medium]

This course focuses on the fundamentals of designing an environment and character for video games and film. The student will learn how to select reference and study in composition, digital painting, lighting. This class is essential for the student who wishes to create an awesome art for a portfolio.

LA HABRA CAMPUS

TUESDAY

4:00pm – 7:00pm Visual Communication Sketch [Nathan Cooke]

Level [Foundation/Traditional medium]

Students will be learning how to quickly put down the idea on paper by simplifying objects using organic shapes such as animal, insect, reptile,  and more. They will be learning the basic form of language and perspective and quickly sketch out what they see and imagine.

WEDNESDAY

7:00pm – 10:00pm Environment & Vehicle Design for Entertainment [Charles Lee]

Level [Advance/Digital medium]

This course focuses on the fundamentals of designing an environment and character for video games and film. The student will learn how to select reference and study in composition, digital painting, lighting. This class is essential for the student who wishes to create an awesome art for a portfolio.

THURSDAY

7:00pm – 10:00pm Painting Fundamentals with Digital Media [Clare Sim]

Level [Foundation/Digital medium]

Students will be learning traditional oil painting techniques with digital media using Adobe Photoshop. Class curriculum includes in- class still life exercise and photo references study

SATURDAY

10:00am-1:00pm Character & Prop Design for Entertainment [David Ko]

Level [Advance/Digital medium]

In this course, students will be introduced to what characteristics make up iconic characters and prop. The course will focus on the design of human characters for stories both existing and imagined by the students.

2:00pm – 5:00pm Instructed Figure Drawing [James Galindo]

Level [Foundation/Traditional medium]

The most important foundation of all, students will be learning how to draw the human figure and learn about anatomy. Students will be drawn from observing the live model. They will be learning the importance of gestures, volume, and weights and apply to their drawing. This foundation is important even for professionals.