Scientific illustration minor
Scientific illustration bridges the divide between the arts and sciences, recording and communicating the wonders of nature. The use of illustration allows for a focus on details that convey the essential attributes of a subject with accuracy and aesthetics. Students in this minor learn a formal and codified form of communication that involves various media and a range of subject matter, from the telescopic to the microscopic, to visualize the amazing aspects of this and other worlds—past, present and future.
- ILLU 150 Introduction to Scientific Illustration
- ILLU 200 Drawing and Design for Illustrators*
- ILLU 315 Dynamic Visualization for Scientific Illustration†
- ILLU 345 Advanced Rendering Techniques for Scientific Illustration
- SEQA 202 Drawing for Sequential Art*
- SEQA 325 Environments, Props and Structures†
- SEQA 352 Constructive Human Anatomy for Sequential Art‡
- SEQA 388 Constructive Animal Anatomy for Creature Design‡
Total course of study: 25 hours
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