- Course NumberSMC-3213-A
- Dates Sep 22 - Dec 15
- Hours10:00AM - 02:00PM
- Additional Fees0.00
- Location 133/141 West 21st Street
This course will focus on the development of a 3D character from conception to a short animation. Students will further explore Autodesk Maya's modeling tools from NURBS and polygons to subdivisions in order to digitally recreate 3D characters, props and environments. Students will discover how to bring a character to life by learning how to texture, rig and animate, in addition to exploring Maya's more highend effects using particles, dynamics, fur and paint effects. By the end of the course, each student will have created a fully rigged character in a 10-second animation piece. PREREQUISITE: SMC-2213, Introduction to Computer Animation with Maya, or equivalent.
Digital VFX artist
BFA, School of Visual Arts.
Curious Pictures; Phosphene; 1st Ave Machine; The Lifelong Friendship Society; Offhollywood Digital; Mad Dog Films, Inc.
Compositor, It’s Kind of a Funny Story, Mildred Pierce (HBO miniseries); cg artist, Chicago 10
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