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Ready to apply your watercolor skills to illustration? This course will consist of the practice and development of intermediate-level watercolor techniques, color usage, and materials. Students will learn to make washes, gradients, and a variety of textures. An assortment of watercolor media will be introduced, which may include watercolor pencils, ink, and marker. Students will be required to complete a series of illustrations demonstrating technique and application. Skills learned in this course may also be applied to studio and fine art. Students will learn to develop their own artistic style, and resource materials and usage will be emphasized.

  • NOTE  Prerequisite: Watercolor I (ART 40625) or equivalent experience required. Contact ahl@ucsd.edu or (858) 534-5760 for more information.

  • COURSE NUMBER  ART-40670
  • CREDIT  3.00 unit(s)


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