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Do you have an idea for a children's book? Or have you always wondered how to make a story come alive through art? Learn to create stories through images and turn written narratives into a sequence of pictures. Through hands-on assignments, illustrated lectures, discussions, and critiques, students get a solid foundation in the basics of visual story-telling, and sketch story characters, make action drawings, develop story boards, and design working book dummies. Explore a wide variety of picture books for inspiration, alongside a real-world introduction to the publishing profession and the industry.

Note: Prerequisite: "Drawing: Focus on Perception" (ART 40166) or equivalent experience. See course listing online for materials list.

Course Number: ART-40634
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
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