GRA 2152C - Computer Image Making
(3 Credit Hours)
Two hours lecture, two hours laboratory per week. Prerequisites: GRA 1100C with a grade of “C” or better.
In this course the student will learn the potential of industry-standard graphic software, process and technology for creative expression. Graphic design students will learn computer imaging using industry-standard graphic software. Course work will include computer exercises to explain the steps involved in visualizing, organizing, working on and completing a digitally rendered image. Lab work will be augmented by handouts and demonstrations. The course will emphasize vocational competency with hardware and software (tools) as well as the aesthetics of the image created (the content).
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