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DEPARTMENTOFFASHIONANDINTERIORDESIGN COLLEGEOFBUSINESSADMINISTRATION FMD307ADVANCEDCOMPUTERIMAGERY INSTRUCTOR

DEPARTMENTOFFASHIONANDINTERIORDESIGN COLLEGEOFBUSINESSADMINISTRATION

FMD307ADVANCEDCOMPUTERIMAGERY

INSTRUCTOR ViktoriyaHawkins

CellPhone:417­880­7902

Office:417­836­5136

SPRING2014

E­mail:ViktoriyaHawkins@MissouriState.edu

Advisinghours:byappointment.

CLASSTIME MondaysandWednesdays—9:40amto11:20am.PCOB 320

REQUIREDMATERIAL

1. IllustratorforFashionDesignbySusanLazear.Bringthecoursetextbooktoeachclass.

2. Removable/Portable Media Storage to back upyourwork­2GUSBdriveisprefered.Neverleaveawork sessionwithoutcopyingyourworktopersonalstoragemedia.Protectyourtimeandwork.

COURSEDESCRIPTION

FMD307.Studentswillbeintroducedtothesoftwareenvironmentlearningtheskillsneededtocreateillustrations

usingvectortoolsinAdobeIllustrator,withinthecontextofgarmentdesignandconstruction,surfacetextilesand fashiongraphics.Studentswillcreatesamples(calledLinesheets)oftheirworkthatwillbecomepartoftheir portfolio. PrimaryemphasiswillbeontheuseofAdobeIllustrator(Ai)software.AdobePhotoshop(Ps)softwarewillalsobe covered.

Prerequisite:FMD210withgradeofCorbetter.

Studentsshouldhavebasiccomputerskills,includingtheuseoftheinternet,email,scanning,printingandusing

flashdrivestosaveandsharefilesanddocuments.

COURSEOVERVIEW

1. UnderstandbasicuseofIllustratorandPhotoshopasusedbytheTextileandClothingindustries.

2. DevelopandapplybasicCADskillstocreateafashiondesignportfolioincludingdigitalflats,patternrepeats

andpresentationboards.

3. LearnhowtocreateTechPacksusedintheapparelindustry.

OBJECTIVES

Havingcompletedthiscoursethestudentwillbeableto:

1. DrawflatsketchesofgarmentsusingAdobeIllustrator

2. CreateprofessionalLinesheets

3. WorkoncontemporaryFashionIllustrationsofFashionCroquis

ATTENDANCEPOLICY

Classattendanceandparticipationareessentialtoyoursuccessinthiscourseandmasteringcoursecontent.This

coursebuildsontheconceptsasthesemesterprogresses.Studentsareexpectedtolearnandrememberthe

conceptsdiscussedeachweekinclass.Absencefromtheclasswillnegativelyimpactyoursuccessinindividual

activitiesandprojects.Ifyouareabsentduetoexceptionalcircumstancesthendocumentationmustbeprovided

(examplesofsuchcircumstancespre­arrangedparticipationinUniversity­sanctionedactivitiesandprograms,

personalandfamilyillnesses)

Asintheworkplace,youmustbeontime.Youareexpectedtoremainintheclassuntilclasshasended.Leaving

theclassroombeforetheendoftheclassisdisruptive.Ifastudentabsolutelyneedstodoso,he/sheshouldobtain

permissionbeforeoratthebeginningoftheclass.

Incircumstancesofearlycompletedin­classassignmentsyoumustnotifymeaboutthesame,submitassignment

totheBlackboardandaskpermissiontoleavetheclassroom.

Attendancewillbetakenatthebeginningofeveryclasssession.Asign­upsheetwillbeutilizedforeachclassand

itwillbeyourresponsibilitytomakecertainthatyouappropriatelyidentifyyourattendance.

Ifyoumissedclass,youareresponsibleforobtainingclassnotes,assignments,announcementsandhandoutsfrom

aresponsiblecolleagueBEFOREthenextclassinordertoprepareforitandmeetassignmentdeadlines.Inclass

assignmentsorquizzesmaynotbemadeup.

Thepolicyonmissedclassesistoalloweachstudentthreeabsences,noquestionsasked,nopenalty.Allfurther

absencesoverthislimitwillreducethestudent’soverallgrade.Iwilltake1%offofyourtotalgradeforevery

subsequentunexcusedabsence.Studentswithexcessivenumberofabsencesareatrisktofailthecourse.

Jobinterviews,cartrouble,etc.arenotexcused,sochooseyourthreeabsenceswisely.Habituallateness(and

leavingclassearlywithoutpermission),forwhateverreason,willbenotedasevidenceoflowcoursecommitment

andpenalized.

Yourfullattentionisrequiredduringclass,disruptionswillalsobenotedandpenalized.

Forcompleteuniversityattendancepolicy,see

ASSIGNMENTSandLATEASSIGNMENTS

Dates/assignmentsmaybechangedatthediscretionoftheinstructortomeetobjectivesofthecourse.Blackboard

willbeasarepositoryforassignmentsandothercoursecontent.Blackboardwillbereviewedduringthefirstweekof

classtoclarifynavigation,coursecontent,andoverallexpectations.

LATEASSIGNMENTSARENOTACCEPTED.Itisanintegralpartofanyassignmentthatitbesubmittedina timelymanner.Beingabsentorlateisnotanexcuseforsubmittingalateassignment.Pleasebeproactiveinyour assignmentpreparationandadmission. Ifthereareanydifficultiesinsubmittinganassignment,pleasee­mailorcalltheinstructorimmediately.

Ifyouhavedifficultieswithanassignmentcontacttheinstructoratleast24hourspriortotheduedate.

EvenifthestudentmayhaveenoughpointstoearnanAwithmissingassignmentpoints,thestudentwillnotbe

abletoearnanAduetonotturninginallassignments.Inotherwords,itisbettertoturninauncompleted

assignmentandbedeductedpointsthantonotturninanassignmentandautomaticallynegatethechanceforanA.

QUIZZES

2@40pointseach

Two(2)quizzeswillbegiventhroughoutthesemester.Beready!Quizzeswillbegiventhroughblackboard.All

quizzeswillbegivenintheclass.

ELECTRONICS:

Noelectronicswillbeallowedtobepresentduringclasstime. Thisincludescellphones,laptops,videoandaudiorecorders,blackberries,tablets,andnotebooks.Inotherwords anythingnotpaperorawritingutensilwillnotbetoleratedduringclasstime.Ingeneral,thesedevicesdofacilitate easeinmanyways,buthavebeenasourceofdistraction.Therefore,sometimewillbeallowedtoputthemaway. IfIseeyouusingyourelectronicdevices intheclass,Iwillgiveyouonewarning,secondtimeIseeyouusingyour electronicdevices intheclass,I’llaskyoutoleavetheclassandmarkyouabsentfortheday. Intestingsituations,theuseofcellphonesorsimilarcommunicationdevicesmayleadalsotoachargeofacademic dishonestyandadditionalsanctionsundertheStudentAcademicIntegrityPoliciesandProcedures.

EVALUATION Thestructureofthecoursewillincludesomelecture,butthemajorityoftheclasswillbehands­onlearningwith instructorguidanceandexplanation.Shortassignmentswillbecompletedinoneortwoclasssessions.Allexams andassignmentsmustbecompletedsatisfactoryinordertopassthecourse. Studentswillreceivepointsfor weeklyhomeassignments,classassignments,quizzesandfinalproject.Theideaor visualstatementfortheseprojectswillbeconceivedanddesignedbyyou,butyourgradewillbebaseduponyour skillfuluseoftheAiandPstoolsandmethodsasdesignatedbytheinstructor.Inmostcasesstudent’sworkwillbe submittedindigitalform.Thedigitalfileswillbeevaluatedwithregardtothecorrectuseoftoolsandmethodsand alsotologicallydocumentorganizationoflayersandsublayers—allofwhichmaynotbeseeninprintedform.

Hopefully,youcancoordinatetheseprojectsinawaythatmayenhanceyourportfolioorsupplementworkina

relatedclass.

Ifyouwouldliketodiscussagradeyoureceive,pleasebringthistotheinstructor’sattentionimmediatelyafteryou

receivethegradedassignment.

GRADINGSYSTEM

Gradesareearned,notgiven.Studentswhoaregenuinelyconcernedwiththeirgradesareencouragedtowork

towardsuperiorgradesthrough:

1)preparationbeforeclass(readingassignedmaterials)

2)satisfactorycompletingallassignments,in­classworkandquizzes

3)consultationwiththeinstructorafterclassorduringofficehours(whenuncertaintyaboutaconceptcauses

concern).

Pointswillbeassignedasfollows:

POINTS

● Allassignmentscombinedpointsforsemester

340

● Finalproject

80

● Quizzes(total2@40pointseach)

80

Total

500

Grade

Points

Assignments,Projects

excellent

A

450­500

(90­100%)

Studentdemonstratesafullunderstandingofthesubjectmatter,creative

thinking,strongcomprehensionofmerchandisinganddesignconcepts,and

highlydevelopedcommunicationandpresentationskills.Theworkisof

outstandingquality.

good

B

400­449

(80­89%)

Studentdemonstratesaboveaveragecomprehensionofthesubjectmatter,

aboveaveragecreativethinking,familiaritywithmerchandisinganddesign

concepts,andaboveaveragecommunicationandpresentationskills.The

workisofaboveaveragequality.

acceptable

C

350­399

(70­79%)

Studentdemonstratesanacceptablecomprehensionofthesubjectmatter,

averagecreativethinking,familiaritywithbasicmerchandisinganddesign

concepts,andaveragecommunicationandpresentationskills.Theworkis

ofacceptablequality.

poor

D

300­349

(60­69%)

Studentdemonstratesminimalunderstandingofthesubjectmatter,poorly

developedcommunicationskills,inabilitytoapplysubjectmatter

understandinginothercontexts,andlittleevidencecreativethinking.The

workisofunsatisfactorybutpassablequality.

unacceptable

F

299&BELOW

(59%&Below)

Thestudentshowsinadequateunderstandingofsubjectmatter,failsto

completecourserequirements,showsnodemonstrationofcreativethinking,

andhasverypoorcommunicationskills.Theworkisclearlyofunacceptable

quality.

CLASSEXPECTATIONS

Allstudentsareexpectedtobeknowledgeableofandutilizethefollowingtoolstobesuccessfulinthisclass

● Acomputer

● TheInternet

● MSUE­mail

● Blackboard

● USBdrive

Allstudentsareexpectedtoparticipateinin­classactivitiesandtousegoodlisteningskills.

Ifyouhavealegitimatecomplaint,pleaseaddressappropriately,preferablyoutsideofnormalclasstime.Ifyouhave

aproblemwiththeinstructor,pleasetrytosolvetheproblemwiththeinstructorbeforeappealingtoahigher

authority.

Respectandcommoncourtesyrequirethatindividualsnotdistractothersaroundthemwithidletalkordisruptive

behavior.Ifthisoccurs,thepersonwillbeaskedtorefrainfromthebehaviorimmediatelyortoleavetheclassroom.

RudenesswillNOTbetoleratedandemotionsmustbecontrolled.Outbursts,sarcasticcomments,andimproper

behaviorinclasswillresultinapenaltyforthestudent.Thispenaltyisatmydiscretion.Examplesof“rudebehavior”

couldinclude,butarenotlimitedto,thefollowing:

● Speakingdisrespectfullytotheinstructor,criticizingtheinstructor’sdecisions,judgment,instructions,or

knowledge.

● Speakingdisrespectfullytoanotherstudentduringclass.

● Frequent/excessivelatearrivals.

● Talkingtoyourneighborduringclass.

● Readingnewspapers/magazinesduringclass.

● Sleepingoreatingduringclass.

● Leavingclass,orleavingandreturningduringthesameclassperiod,withoutexplanationortheapprovalof

theprofessor(unlessitisatrueemergency).

● Playingwithcardsduringclass.

● Leavingcellphones/pagersonduringclass.

● Workingonothercourseprojectsduringclass.

● Preparingorannotatingcalendarsand/ororganizersduringclass.

● Playingelectronicgamesduringclass

Respectshouldbemutual.Inotherwords,Iwilltreatyouwithrespectaslongasyoudothesame.

Whene­mailingme:

● addressmebymyname(Mrs.Hawkins),

● fillinthesubjectline,andtypeyournameatthebottomofthee­mail.

OTHER GENERALUNIVERSITYPOLICIES

DROPPINGCLASS

ItisyourresponsibilitytounderstandtheUniversity’sprocedurefordroppingaclass.Ifyoustopattendingthisclass butdonotfollowproperprocedurefordroppingtheclass,youwillreceiveafailinggradeandwillalsobefinancially obligatedtopayfortheclass.Forinformationaboutdroppingaclassorwithdrawingfromtheuniversity,contactthe

OfficeoftheRegistrarat836­5520.

SeeAcademicCalendars(www.missouristate.edu/registrar/acad_cal.html)fordeadlines.

DISABILITIES To request academic accommodations for a disability, contact the Director of the Disability Resource Center, Plaster Student Union, Suite 405, (417) 836­4192 or (417) 836­6792 (TTY), www.missouristate.edu/disability.

Students are required to provide documentation of disability to the Disability Resource Center prior to receiving accommodations. The Disability Resource Center refers some types of accommodation requests totheLearning Diagnostic Clinic, whichalsoprovidesdiagnostictestingforlearningandpsychologicaldisabilities.Forinformation

about

testing, contact

the

Director

of

the

(417) 836­4787,

It is the responsibility of the student to initiate this process andbringittotheinstructor’sattentionatthe beginningofthesemester.

NON­DISCRIMINATIONPOLICY Missouri StateUniversityisanequalopportunity/affirmativeactioninstitution,andmaintainsagrievanceprocedure available to any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against. At all times, it is your right to addressinquiriesorconcernsaboutpossiblediscriminationtotheOfficeforEquityandDiversity,ParkCentralOffice Building, 117 Park Central Square, Suite 111, (417) 836­4252. Other types of concerns (i.e., concerns of an academicnature)shouldbediscusseddirectlywithyourinstructorandcanalsobebroughttotheattentionofyour instructor’sDepartmentHead. PleasevisittheOEDwebsiteatwww.missouristate.edu/equity/.

EMERGENCYRESPONSESYLLABUSSTATEMENT

Studentswhorequireassistanceduringanemergencyevacuationmustdiscusstheirneedswiththeirprofessors

andtheDisabilityResourceCenter.Ifyouhaveemergencymedicalinformationtosharewithme,orifyouneed

specialarrangementsincasethebuildingmustbeevacuated,pleasemakeanappointmentwithmeassoonas

possible.

ForadditionalinformationstudentsshouldcontacttheDisabilityResourceCenter,836­4192(PSU405),orLarry

Combs,InterimAssistantDirectorofPublicSafetyandTransportationat836­6576.

ForfurtherinformationonMissouriStateUniversity’sEmergencyResponsePlan,pleaserefertothefollowingweb

ACADEMICINTEGRITY MissouriStateUniversityisacommunityofscholarscommittedtodevelopingeducatedpersonswhoacceptthe responsibilitytopracticepersonalandacademicintegrity. Youareresponsibleforknowingandfollowingthe university’sstudenthonorcode,StudentAcademicIntegrityPoliciesandProcedures,availableat www.missouristate.edu/policy/academicintegritystudents.htmandalsoavailableattheReservesDeskinMeyer Library. Anystudentparticipatinginanyformofacademicdishonestywillbesubjecttosanctionsasdescribedin thispolicy.

POLICYONUSEOFCELLPHONESINCLASSES OfficeoftheProvostprohibitstheusebystudentsofcellphones,pagers,PDAs,orsimilarcommunicationdevices duringscheduledclasses. Allsuchdevicesmustbeturnedoffandshouldnotbetakenoutduringclass.

COURSESCHEDULE

Thescheduleissubjecttochangeatinstructor’sdiscretion.

Week

Date

TopicsCovered

   

Classintroduction.Coursesyllabusandclasspolicies.

01/13/2014

IntroductiontoAdobeIllustrator.Vectorversusraster.

Mon

Workspace,toolbar,menus&panels.

1

Illustratorpreferences.

01/15/2014

Bridge.

Wed

Viewing,zooming&movingaroundthepage.Savingfiles.Fillandstroke.

Layers,paths

Rulers,guidesandsmartguides.Linkedimages.

assignment­Moodboard.

 

01/20/2014

Artboards.TheSelectiontools.

2

Mon

Workingwithbasicshapes,lines.Grids.Groupingobjects.Pathfunctions.

01/22/2014

Introtopentool­straightandcurvedlinesusingpentool

Wed

assignment­Stickfigure.

assignment­Tracingimagesusingpentool.

3

01/27/2014

assignment­Writingyournamewithpentool

Mon

Colorpanel,swatchespanel.Colorpicker.

01/29/2014

Pantoneswatches

Wed

 

02/03/2014

Workingwithanchorpoints.

4

Mon

Usinggridsfordrawingfashionflats.

Drawingfashionflatsasclosedobjects.

02/052014

assignment­Fashionflats(tops)

Wed

assignment­Masteringpentool.Tracingfashionflats

 

02/102014

Pathfinderpanelanditsfashionuse Alignpanel.Distributingobjects.Blandtool. assignment­Fashionflats(bottoms)

5

Mon

02/12/2014

Wed

Quiz#1

 

02/17/2014

Gradients­tool,panel,terminology.

6

Mon

Workingwithfashioncroquis.

02/19/2014

assignment­Buildingcroquis.

Wed

assignment­Workingwithjointcroquisanddesigningfashionflatsondynamicpose

croquis.

 

02/24/2014

Workingwithsymbolsandsymbolspanels.Brushes.

Mon

Illustratorbrushesforfashionuse.

7

02/26/2014

assignment­Brushesandsymbols

Wed

 

03/03/2014

Livepaintgroups.Limitationsoflivepaint.

8

Mon

assignment­Brushes,symbolsandlivepaintgroups.

03/05/2014

assignment­Fashionflatsincorporatingbrushes,symbolsandlivepaint.

Wed

 

03/10/2014

 

9

Mon

SPRINGBREAK!

03/12/2014

Wed

 

03/17/2014

Clippingmask.Useofclippingmaskwithtextandinfashionrelatedwork.Technical

10

Mon

callouts

03/19/2014

assignment­Technicalcallouts.

Wed

assignment­Merchandisepresentationboards.

 

03/24/2014

Imagetrace.Recoloringartwork.Globalcolors.

11

Mon

assignment­Merchandisepresentationboards.

03/26/2014

WorkingwithbuiltinpatternsandeditingexistingpatternsinAdobeIllustrator

Wed

assignment­MimickingtextilerepeatsinIllustrator

 

03/31/2014

PlaidandstriperepeatinIllustratorusingpatterntool.

12

Mon

assignment­Designingplaidandstriperepeats

04/02/2014

Typetoolanditspossibilities.

Wed

assignment­Catalogspread(lastassignmentinAi)

 

04/07/2014

IntrotoPhotoshop.Workspace.Historypanel.Layers.

Mon

SelectionsinPhotoshopandhowtousethem.

13

04/09/2014

assignment­Refineedgeselection.Extractingimagesfromthebackground.

Wed

 

04/14/2014

 

Mon

RecoloringtoolsinPhotoshop.3waystorecolorimages.

14

04/16/2014

assignment­Recolor3imagesusing3differenttechniques.

Wed

 

04/21/2014

WorkingwithscannedimagesinPhotoshop.

Mon

ColoringlineartimagesinPhotoshop.

15

04/23/2014

Dodgeandburntoolsfordimensionalpresentation.

Wed

assignment­coloringfashionflatsusingpaintbuckettool

 

04/28/2014

PlaidandstripeinPhotoshop.Textiletextures/effectsinphotoshop.

Mon

assignment­plaidandstriperepeatwithweaveeffect.Layeringtextilerepeatsinto

16

04/30/2014

fashionflatsinPhotoshop.

Wed

RetouchingphotosinPhotoshop

assignment­Enhancingimageswithbasicphotoretouching

 

05/05/2014

Overviewoffinalproject(creatingtechpack)

Mon

Quiz#2

17

04/07/2014

Workingonfinalproject

Wed

18

05/12­05/16

Weekoffinals­finalprojectmustbecompleted