Tuesday, February 28th from 7:30 to 9:30pm in the Digital Learning Lab, located on the 1st floor of the Peter B. Lewis Science Library
The essential purpose of using image-processing software like Photoshop is to help better deliver their design ideas through drawings. This Photoshop workshop is a practice-oriented class to help students learn how to efficiently approach certain representational graphics using mixed tools in Photoshop. At the beginning of this class, students will be given a raw image and its final representational drawing. The class will go through the process of how to turn the raw image into a beautiful and compelling one. At the end of this class, students should be able to create a drawing close to the given sample image if following each step of the tutor. However, self-inventional approach is also encouraged as it is even better to develop one’s own graphic language than to follow existing ones.
Instructor Bio: Lixing (Ivy) Feng is a second-year graduate student in M.Arch II program. She originally majored in Urban Planning and later transferred to Architecture. She worked in SOM New York from 2014-2015. You can view her portfolio here: https://issuu.com/ivyfeng/docs/school_project_of_ivy_issuu_b10caff38bdcae