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CID 5100 : Color Theory for Interiors
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Introduction to Perspective and Interior Rendering
Perspective&Interior Rendering
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This course provides an introduction to linear, two-, and three-point perspectives, and rendering of interior space (and elements within that space) in various media. Students will learn to observe, analyze, interpret, and reproduce what they see. Special attention will be paid to the expressive use of color, the interrelationships of forms, and the placement of the human figure in an interior space. It is recommended that students take this coures in a different semester than CID 2100, Color Theory for Interiors.

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