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Course Description

Two-dimensional design problems introduce the student to the concept of spatial illusion; how line shape, texture value, and colour can be manipulated to create the illusion of space. Building on skills developed in the first project, students will explore colour and typography as a source of visual inspiration, and through a series of transformations will explore the projection of 2-D images into 3-D reality. CDID 155, combined with CDID 156, CDID 255, and CDID 256, is equivalent to IRD 100 and IRD 200.

Notes

Supplies and materials to be purchased by the student: A list of supplies and materials required will be given to students after the first class. Cost approximately $180.

Requisites

Prerequisite: CDID150

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