FEBRUARY 18 – 21, 2020
Tuesday – Friday, 6:00 – 9:30 pm
Instructor present every day
Enrollment limited to 12 students
Please request supply list
iPad has become the affordable alternative to bulky computer hardware and over-priced software for beginning digital artists, commercial illustrators, and fine artists alike. Procreate is the $10 application that, along with the iPad, duplicates many traditional drawing and painting techniques. Professional artists/illustrators are already delivering their work for publication, online, without leaving their studios. You can print your art on a conventional color inkjet printer, send your file out to FedEx/Kinko’s for color laser copies, or send out for professional archival giclée prints. You can connect your tablet to one of the new low-cost digital projectors, and project your ideas to paper or canvas (imagine being able to move, enlarge & reduce elements and experiment with your composition and color, even before you put paint to canvas!). This workshop will help you understand digital drawing and painting. We will share with you workflows that will bring your artistic vision to completion.
An early adapter of Photoshop since 1990, has been responsible for creating spot illustrations for Scholastic Publications, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, digital illustrations for Popular Science Magazine, and 3D product designs for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.
BFA Medical Illustration, Rochester Institute of Technology; designer/ illustrator for Bill Smith Studios; layouts and spot illustrations for Scholastic Publications; Art Director/Production supervisor of Chase Marketing; Currently a teacher of digital art at the High School of Art and Design.