Textile Surface Design 1: Part A
A beginning studio course introducing the design of printed fabrics from initiation of the design to industrial requirement and limitations.
This course covers materials and equipment, drawing, painting, transfer technique, research methods and printing processes. Instruction includes discussion and demonstration of the various methods of repeat processes used to create overall design pattern and color mixing and application.
Through structured design problems, students execute finished textile design and croquis suitable for a portfolio.
Prerequisite: XGRD1101 Color Theory & Design, XGRD5012 Two-Dimensional Design
First class materials: Roll brown parcel paper, black India ink, round #3 or #4 paint brush, flat #1 or #2 paint brush, metal ruler, clear grid ruler, roll Scotch tape, roll masking tape, sharp paring knife, two water jars, small welled cup palette, tracing paper roll or pad. Xacto knife, pencils, eraser.
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