ANI 150: 3D Animation I: Modeling
This course introduces students to creating digital 3D forms for animation. Various techniques (wire frame, compound primitives and NURBS) are used to construct 3D forms. Using industry-standard software, students develop 3D modeling/animation skills while learning the technical vocabulary needed for the 3D modeling/animation industry. Students create and apply textures and lighting to digital 3D forms, investigate camera positioning/point of view and perform simple rotational animation.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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