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4 Graphic art courses in Oxford

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Film Oxford
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Stop motion is an animation technique to make a physically manipulated object appear to move on its own. The object is moved in small increments between individually photographed frames, creating the...more

Duration: 2 days

Weekend

Functional Skill

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Ruskin School of Art, University of Oxford
From£980

The Drawing Book is a seven day programme that offers a clear foundation in drawing for the absolute beginner and also refreshment to the more experienced artist. Based on Sarah Simblet’s internationally...more

Duration: 7 days

Full time

No Qualification

From£980
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Adobe Illustrator software is the industry�s premier vector-drawing environment for creating scalable graphics.Having ACA certification is a great validation of one�s Adobe creative skills, and ACA...more

Duration: Variable

Intermediate

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Professional Qualification

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From£225

Korky Paul is an international multi-million selling children’s book illustrator. On this course he will teach you how to design and illustrate a children’s picture book and prepare a presentation package...more

Duration: 3 days

Full time

No Qualification

From£225

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Do you stop to stare at shop logos? Are you interested in typography? Do you eat a certain food because you love the packaging? If you find yourself entranced with art, design, creative ideas, photography, colours and graphics, then graphic design...

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From the perfect birthday card to a colour coded bookshelf, dating a graphic designer has its plus points. Whether you are working in the industry already or thinking of booking a course , we have come up with our ten favourite reasons why...