View all Diplomas in Illustration in Canada 2019/2020
Earning a Diploma is achieved by attending a study program offered by a technical or community college. An advanced diploma program typically takes one to two years to complete for most students. A diploma provides more job and education opportunities.
The study of illustration may involve training in both traditional and digital techniques in order to create fine-art drawings. Courses may include the study of anatomy, perspective, artistic materials, and both modern and historical illustration strategies.
This program restructures the Illustration for Sequential Arts and was designed with input from leading Canadian artists in the field. It gives students a broader, update
Illustration & Storytelling for Sequential Arts (ISA), a unique, enhanced 4-year diploma program, has replaced the 3-year Illustration for Sequential Arts program!
This program restructures the Illustration for Sequential Arts and was designed with input from leading Canadian artists in the field. It gives students a broader, updated skill base that includes 21st century skills using digital media, creating mobile comics, knowledge of the entire Adobe Suite, essential graphic design and illustration for advertising skills, storyboarding for film and advertising….and a fourth-year 2-semester graphic novel development course that will leave each graduate with a package that can be pitched to publishers. Core courses from the 3-year diploma remain part of the new diploma program. These include all the basics of creating, penciling and inking comics, storytelling, and scripting for comics, and children’s book illustration....