This course introduces the concepts of the basic principle in drawing the human form, including anatomy, thought of the character-post production and fundamental exercises in gesture, shape, layout, proportion and tonal modeling. It will further develop and refine drawing techniques and concepts, as well as understanding the form of expression for the purpose of artistic manifestation and also linear perspective, compositional structure, figure/ground integration, spatial perception, critical thinking, and analytical skills will all be emphasized extensively.

This course is designed to express visual creativity through drawing and other visual mediums. They will explore the history and evolution of animation and also they will demonstrate creative self-expression as they learn basic drawing skills and acquire an understanding of animation technology applying the twelve principles and techniques. This course also deals with skill development in the use of software to develop traditional and computer-generated animation based on current industry trends and practices.

This course will introduce students the fundamentals of printing, image manipulation, font management, skills and knowledge learned in the print production course and applies them to a real-world setting. Through the use of digital print production equipment including computers, and editing software, student will have an opportunity to distinguish advantages and disadvantages between various design approaches, specific software strengths/purposes, methods of digital file organization, and minor troubleshooting techniques. Be able to create script, storyboard, edit short digital print projects and to critique, compare or contrast, evaluates media content and its message or interpretation on the impact of media on society from a social and economic viewpoint.