COURSE LANGUAGE: SPANISH
Master the fundamental techniques and styles of illustration that will allow you to specify ideas and concepts through drawing.
Would you like to become a professional illustration? With the Higher Degree in Illustration, you will learn to develop a visual language that will allow you to specify ideas and concepts through drawing, making illustrations with different techniques and artistic styles. In addition, you will start in the fundamental strategies of graphic narration for the development of publications or illustrated scripts (story boards). Through a practical methodology, you will develop your own language that will allow you to carry out projects in different areas such as advertising, design, the publishing world or art.
Aimed at those young people who want to develop their work in the areas of illustration, mastering the main techniques of graphic expression at a professional level and selecting the most appropriate for each assignment, according to the context of the communicative proposal.
Why study this course?
With this title you can directly access the Advanced Degree in Graphic Design, fulfilling the normative requirements.
You will be able to experience what you learn in classrooms and workshops equipped with the latest technologies, through theoretical and practical training and participating in real projects with companies.
We rely on theoretical and practical training and on the development of real projects with companies as an opportunity for learning and networking.
We bet on a mixed education through our teachers, a balance between qualified technicians and recognized active professionals, hallmark of the specific methodology taught in the IED Madrid.
Studying at the IED Madrid means living with all branches of design in a privileged space, a creative experience and a unique opportunity to offer our students.
Professional outputs: Publishing companies. Advertising agencies. Design studies Story board for cinema, advertising or television. Comic and sequential art.
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