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Technical Design

Winter 2019 Courses

January 2 - January 17

Spring 2019 Courses

January 28 - May 22

Questions about course content? Contact:
Technical Design - 212 217.4410

TC 111
Beginning Adobe Illustrator for Technical Design
2.0 credits
In state $408.00 Out of state $1,222.00
Online: In state $438.00 Out of state $1,252.00
Students learn the fundamental and advanced techniques that are specific to patternmaking documentation using Adobe Illustrator software on computers. All aspects of drawing, working with images and color are covered. Course assignments focus on creating garments using Adobe Illustrator software. Projects range from basic to intermediate/advanced techniques including rendering over croquis to creating flats and details. Focus is creating exact proportionate garments with stitching, trims, and details.

Winter

CRN Section Day Time Location
1433 OL1 ONLINE

Spring

CRN Section Day Time Location
17049 25A W 6:30 PM-10:20 PM C515


TC 200
Patternmaking and Construction for Faux Fur/Women's Wear
2.0 credits
In state $408.00 Out of state $1,222.00
Prerequisite: PM 121
Instruction and guidance for making patterns and constructing a women's garment using fake fur will be provided. Patterns of basic silhouettes and corollary pieces such as garment linings, facings, pockets, collars, and sleeves will be created, and the requirements for garment construction using various types of fake furs will be covered. Students will produce a sample garment.

Spring

CRN Section Day Time Location
17704 25A W 6:30 PM-10:20 PM A309


TC 201
Production Pattern Development For Women's Denim
2.0 credits
In state $408.00 Out of state $1,222.00
Prerequisites: PM 121 and PM 122
Students are introduced to denim by analyzing body and dress forms, various denim washes, shrinkage ratios, shrinkage added garments for jeans and denim jackets, and production specification measurements. By using the most current data developed by the industry for denim, the course leads students through a better understanding of the important areas of the denim, washes, and body types that present a challenge when developing styles.

Spring

CRN Section Day Time Location
18067 25A M 6:30 PM-10:20 PM A309


TC 232
Patternmaking for Evening and Bridal Dresses
2.0 credits
In state $408.00 Out of state $1,222.00
Prerequisites: PM 121 and PM 122
This course covers the skills needed for developing evening and bridal dresses. Students are taught how to retain proportions and balance while developing the garment. Pattern fit and corrections as well as design integrity are part of the process. The completed garments are prepared for the production process.

Spring

CRN Section Day Time Location
17114 25A S 9:10 AM-1:00 PM C610
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