Horizontal TabsDescription Join accomplished illustrator Glenn Wolff for a 3-day workshop and learn the multi-faceted process of how a finished illustration gets to the printed page. Thursday, May 18, 2017 to Saturday, May 20, 2017 Registration Fee: $285 *K-12 Educators: Earn 18 State of Michigan SCECH clock hours by attending this workshop. Register Here Join accomplished illustrator Glenn Wolff for a 3-day workshop and learn the multi-faceted process of how a finished illustration gets to the printed page. Beginning to intermediate illustrators, or visual artists hoping to break into this versatile profession, will gain knowledge of commercial and editorial illustration techniques using pencil, pen and ink, watercolor, and gouache. The topics discussed, demonstrated and assigned, will be similar to actual assignments encountered by professionals working in the freelance illustration marketplace and will include product spot illustration, book, newspaper, and magazine illustration, and op/ed (opinion/editorial) art. We will cover topics from basic rendering of objects and steps in the process, to crucial professional relationships and getting paid. Students will work on completing 2 - 3 illustrations over the course of the workshop and will learn how to scan, digitally clean up, save, and submit their art online. Sharpen your skills and hone new methods in this informative workshop! Faculty Glenn Wolff Instructor of Visual Arts, Interlochen College of Creative Arts Schedule Supplies Students should bring their preferred medium and tools (such as watercolor, acrylic, brushes, pens, ink, etc.), and sketching materials (like tracing paper, tape, pencils, square edge). Please no oil paints or solvents. Students will be shown how to scan and upload finished work for print. If you have a laptop with design software such as Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, please bring it.* Mac laptops with appropriate Adobe products will also be available. For those planning to utilize an Interlochen laptop, please bring along a USB drive to save your files. *If you would like to acquire Photoshop Elements for your computer before the class, please visit Adobe for more information.