Imaginative Realism Illustration Course
Duration: 30 Hours in Class
The whole course is 30 hours, but each student is only allowed to enrol in the first stage for only 10 hours. Students cannot apply for a Certificate until 30 hours have elapsed.
Imaginative Realism Illustration Course is designed for a digital artist who wants to lead your imagination and talent in logic and productive ways.
In this course, you will learn to remember the realistic things around yourself, and digitally assemble it as a new thing or creature.
Memory and imagination have been shown to be affected by one another, found through research in Priscilla Long’s piece My Brain On My Mind “Images made by functional magnetic resonance imaging technology show that remembering and imagining sends blood to identify parts of the brain.”An optimal balance of intrinsic, extraneous, and germane form of information processing can heighten the chance of the brain to retain information as long term memories, rather than short term, memories. This is significant because experiences stored as long term memories are easier to be recalled, as they are ingrained deeper in the mind. Each of these forms requires information to be taught in a specific manner so as to use various regions of the brain when being processed. This information can potentially help develop programs for young students to cultivate or further enhance their creative abilities from a young age. The Neocortex and Thalamus are responsible for controlling the brain’s imagination, along with many of the brain’s other functions such as consciousness and abstract thought. Since imagination involves many different brain functions, such as emotions, memory, thoughts etc., portions of the brain where multiple functions occur– such as the Thalamus and Neocortex are the main regions where imaginative processing has been documented. The understanding of how memory and imagination are linked in the brain paves the way to better understand one’s ability to link significant past experiences with their imagination.