Basic Illustration is a foundational course where students will learn the fundamentals of fashion illustration from the body, its features, how it moves and how garments fall on the figure. It is essential that a designer can articulate his/her designs via sketch so that ideas may be compellingly visualized to both the designer and the client.
During this course, students will be introduced to drawing a woman’s figure in the fashion sense and how the body is manipulated to show movement. The course will go over features such as the face, muscles, the feet and the hands. Drawing of garments will likewise be introduced in this course.
For S.Y. 2020-2021, this program will be delivered through the SoFA C.R.E.A.T.E. (Collaborative Remote Experience through Art and Transformative Education) Program.
The course aims to develop the ability of the students to draw a fashion figure, facial features, and details like hands and feet. Students must also be able to move the body into different poses while drawing garments on the form.
The semester begins in February 2021.
This course runs for 1 semester, or approximately 4 to 5 months.
Schedule: Wednesdays (12:00NN - 3:00PM)
NOTE: Class schedules may change without prior notice. Our Admissions Office will be in touch with enrolled students for any updates or changes to this class schedule.
Enrolling students have the option to settle tuition for this course in full upon enrollment, or avail of our 2-part Installment Plan. Please click on the appropriate payment term upon checkout to confirm your initial enrollment.
- Full Payment
- Upon Enrollment: PHP 21,510.00
- 2-Part Installment Plan
- Upon Enrollment: PHP 11,505.00
- 2nd Payment: PHP 11,505.00
For students availing the 2-part Installment Plan, succeeding payments may be settled directly with our Finance Office. Post-dated checks will be required for all installment plans. For more information, kindly email email@example.com.
NOTE: Tuition and applicable fees for this course have been adjusted for the 2nd semester of S.Y. 2020-2021 in view of the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.