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IND-211 3D Representation I

3 Credits

This course explores the study of the structure of three-dimensional visual relationship and develops student skills in assessing the aesthetic, functional and conceptual aspects of form and space. A three-dimensional sensitivity is developed through a series of exercises, projects, and lectures allowing for the cognition, organization and articulation of the 3-D elements of line, plane, volume, space, tonal value, texture, color, and the synthesis of the 3-D principles of proportion, scale, balance, movement, grouping, hierarchy, structure and spatial tension. Manual and digital tools will be utilized in students' projects and exercises.