Description
Animation 1
General overview of professional animation, including current industry standards and practices. Students begin a basic study of motion dynamics based largely on the industry's “Fundamental Principles of Animation,” presented through a combination of lecture and demonstration and continual analysis of existing professional animation. Contemporary standards, definitions, workflows, etc., are discussed as well as job organization and job-tracking skills, and translation of basic motion principles into digital 3D space.
Details
Grading Basis
Official
Units
2
Offering
Course
ANIM 10207110
Academic Group
Associate Degree
Academic Organization
Applied Arts
Enrollment Requirements
Pre-requisites: C or better in 2D Fundamentals, 10207112; and 3D Fundamentals, 10207113.
Co-requisites: Design & Color for Concepting, 10207139; Modeling 1, 10207114; Basic Drawing for Concepting, 10207103; and Texturing 1, 10207111.
Typically Offered
Fall