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Credit Hours: 
3
Class Type: 
Class Number: 
IL 2840
Class Description: 
Students of all abilities learn wildlife sketching and drawing techniques based on comparative anatomical studies of the principle families of animals. Various resources available to the artist are explored in order to create accurate environments for animal art. Sessions take place at the Denver Zoo and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. At the end of this course, the student shall have a developed sketchbook of animal drawings that demonstrate knowledge of the various proportions, anatomical structure, and characteristic gestures of a wide variety of animals, and a final composition project placing various animals into a storytelling picture. Prerequisites: FD 1510 Perspective