14 in-class sessions.
ADOBE ILUSTRATOR FOR FASHION
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Throughout the span of this course students will learn how to create a garment flat or sketch in Adobe Illustrator CC. A flat is a basic digital sketch that displays a garment as if it were laid “flat.”
It’s used to communicate your design idea technically – whether that’s to a pattern-maker, technical designer, merchandiser, or factory. Garment flats are also required for tech packs (technical packages) or fashion design portfolios.
At the end of the course, the student will have created a foundation library of flats or sketches that can be manipulated into other designs for future work.
Certificate is administered upon completion of full course.
Materials list for Adobe for Fashion
- Laptop computer.
- Minimum 4 month subscription to Adobe Illustrator— you can get the license from the school at $25.00 per month, up to 6 months. - Please make sure to install the program before coming to the first class section.
- A drawing table—suggested one—Wacom CTL4100 Intuos Graphics Drawing Tablet with Software, 7.9" X 6.3", Black,
- If your computer doesn’t have a lot of space to save the program, an external hard drive of 10GB or larger is needed.
Note: Students are required to have Adobe illustrator Creative Cloud installed and ready to be use in class prior to first day of class . We will not allow students to install software during class (no exception). Student must bring computer, computer charger and drawing table each class section
*We update the course material list every 4 months, course instructors can request extra supplies not listed in the original material list.
Dates to be determined for the upcoming term. Please call us at 786-332-4624 for further details.
Terms: Students are responsible for buying all the materials and supplies for the course, including any mandatory textbooks. Make sure to read the "materials list" corresponding to this course or ask the school for one before paying for the course. Please obtain all of the requested supplies to ensure your ability to complete course assignments. The material list is updated every four months; course instructors can suggest extra supplies for the course not listed in the original material list.
Students need to be in class on time; instructors may deny entrance to class sessions if you are more than ten minutes late.
We take pride in our curriculum, and our students need to meet the school's expectations. The student is responsible for completing every class assignment; failure to do this will result in failing the course. When receiving a quiz, only a "B"/80 or more is a passing grade for our courses.
School staff may take pictures and videos for social media, and by attending this course, you agree to be pictured in any of those promotional materials.
Cancellation and refund policy: Space and schedules are limited at the Fashion Institute of Florida. Therefore, if students decide to cancel their registration for any reason within 15 days from their 1st day of class, they will pay a $100.00 cancellation fee. If students choose to cancel their registration for any reason within seven (7) days from their 1st day of class, they will pay a $200.00 cancellation fee. The course cost is not refundable after the 1st day of class. FIF reserves the right to cancel any class due to low enrollment and to postpone classes due to circumstances beyond the Fashion Institute of Florida's control. We make every effort to notify students of postponements and cancellations at least 48 hours before the first scheduled class. FIF may elect to postpone a course to receive additional registrations to meet minimum enrollment requirements. Refund and cancellation policies are strictly enforced.
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WHAT OUR STUDENTS ARE SAYING ABOUT US:
"For years I have been dreaming about becoming a fashion designer but always found it to be unattainable. This school has changed that.
I leave every class so confident and excited about what I have learned and can’t wait to come back. The schedule, class size, cost, and talent of the professors are almost too good to be true. But trust me, they are."
Taylor Dorry, Student - 2 APR 2019
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