DMIT2004 - 3D Animation II
3D Animation II is an exciting course that continues and advances concepts and techniques developed in Introduction to 3D Rigging and Animation (DMIT1501). We will look deeper into non-linear animation procedures and learn more advanced clip editing techniques. We will also develop stronger story driven animations utilizing and perfecting the use of classical animation principals. The emphasis will be on developing more compelling and polished animations. Proper camera work and dynamic and creative staging will be examined. Creating animations that utilize props, blend shapes, animated textures and other key-able effects will be explored. Originality and creativity will be encouraged and students will explore the more dramatic nature of producing an animation. Students planning to do an animation capstone are strongly advised to take this course, as the concepts developed in DMIT2004 will greatly assist them both technically and artistically.
This course is available to students in the Digital Media and IT program with the area of emphasis of Animation. Prerequisite: DMIT1501.
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