In a series for New York Amusements, a free weekly publication listing current shows, Hirschfeld designed his drawings to feature a portrait of a performer alongside a scene from his or her current success. This line is influenced by the thin French line Hirschfeld discovered in Parisian illustrated magazines and in the work of noted American illustrator John Held, Jr., with whom he worked alongside at MGM's publicity department in the late 1920s.
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Digital Illustration<br />
Last Class<br />Presented Political Satire Illustrations<br />Well done!<br />
Today’s Class<br />Review Homework<br />6 Unique Idea Sketches<br />Choose 1 and illustrate in Flash<br />We will see progress next week and continue discussions about simple animation techniques<br />In-Class Flash Studio<br />Tweening<br />
Homework<br />On-line Comic Project:<br />Create an on-line project in Flash and put it up on the Web.<br />
The Remainder of the Semester<br />Classes :: 3 + Final Presentation<br />Project :: Flash Comic + Final Project<br />Final Presentation :: Present your Final Project along with all of your work on CD-Rom<br />Revisions :: Include in final CD-Rom. Will serve to improve your final grade (as well as your portfolio). Come see me if you are still unclear about what revisions to make.<br />
Extra Credit<br />Alphabet Illustration.<br />26 Letters of the Alphabet. <br />Illustrate each one. <br />Raise your grade up to 7 points.<br />You must meet with me.<br />Due the last day of class (not the final presentation day)<br />
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