SkillShare - Editorial Illustration: Communicating an Idea Visually
Duration: 28m | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 30fps | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2 ch | 397 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
I've been doing cover illustrations for years, working on many projects for The New Yorker, Time Magazine, and BusinessWeek to name a few. All of these projects have one thing in common: identifying your metaphor, and visually running with it.
My illustrations require a thoughtful concepting process that helps me find that appropriate metaphor. This metaphor is the meat and potatoes of editorial illustration. In this class, you'll get a glimpse of my process: from concepting your metaphor and it's symbolism, to developing your sketch, to finally completing your illustration. This is the process I go through for commissioned editorial illustrations as well as fine art creation.
What You'll Learn
Your Idea.We'll explore the current political scene and relevant stories in the media to research and explore metaphors and symbolism.Concepting.We'll concept your chosen issue and brainstorm around its visual representation.Sketching.We'll sketch out various ideas for your metaphor to come to life.Illustrating.We'll work with a variety of color mediums to illustrate your piece.Finalizing.We will put finishing touches on your coloring, and we'll touch on professionalizing your approach
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