Course DescriptionParticipate in hands-on activities to draw effectively the elements of form including dot, line, shape, value, texture, dominance, hierarchy, emphasis, balance, contrast, tension, and rhythm. Discover how to generate dimensionally powerful product design concepts that translate effectively when printed in 3-D. Draw to hone your product design concepts prior to moving to the prototyping stage with a 3-D printer. Prepare a 3-D model ready for optional 3-D printing at Toronto Metropolitan University's 3-D Printing Lab.
No previous drawing experience is required.
Supplies to be purchased by the student: Students are required to purchase drawing materials.
- 3-D Printing, Visualization, and Agile Product Prototyping : Required Courses (select 4)
- Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) : Electives (select 2)