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Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Presentation Techniques
Course: INT230

First Term: 2006 Fall
Lec + Lab   3 Credit(s)   6 Period(s)   5.1 Load  
Course Type: Occupational
Load Formula: S

Description: Advanced freehand sketching and perspective drawing skills. Explores a variety of styles and techniques with emphasis on presentation type drawings and portfolio development techniques used by design professionals

MCCCD Official Course Competencies
1. Identify the characteristics of and produce presentation quality floor plans and elevations. (I)
2. Sketch, construct and render interior one-point and two-point perspectives. (I)
3. Use a variety of rendering techniques in black and white, and color mediums. (II)
4. Identify and explore processes for producing electronic portfolio materials. (III, IV)
5. Identify and explore electronic methods for publishing portfolios. (V)
MCCCD Official Course Outline
I. Drawing Techniques
   A. Sketching
   B. 2-Dimensional drawing
   C. 3-Dimensional drawing
      1. One point-perspective
      2. Two-point perspective
   D. Texture, shape and shadow
II. Media Exploration
   A. Pen/ink
   B. Color pencil
   C. Marker
   D. Pastels
III. Drawing Reproduction
   A. Photo
   B. Print
   C. Digital
IV. Digital Editing and Publishing
   A. Photoshop
   B. MS Publisher
   C. Illustrator
V. Portfolio Development
   A. Traditional methods
   B. Digital
   C. Web development
      3. Overlay Techniques
      4. Shade and Shadow
IV. Two-Point Perspective
   A. Construction
      1. Room Cavities and Shapes
      2. Furniture
      3. Entourage
      4. Shade and Shadow
   B. Sketching
      1. Character and Line Work
      2. Proportional Scale
      3. Overlay Shadow
      4. Shade and Shadow
V. Paraline Drawings
   A. Isometric
   B. Oblique
   C. Axonometric
MCCCD Governing Board Approval Date: 10/25/2005

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