Drawing, Acting And Scripts For Animation
Credit Hours: 3.00. This course analyzes the symbiotic relationship between thinking and physical action, between emotion and its expression. Students will explore the visual storytelling process for film, animation, video games or multimedia. Students will learn the history of and gain needed drawing skills to create storyboards, animatics, along with the learning the importance to the production process. Students will learn how animation scripts are developed as well as how visual stories are told through technical elements such as composition, lighting, framing and perspective. Students will explore how to tap into their creativity and create interesting original animations. Typically offered Summer Fall Spring.
This course is offered by the Department of Computer Graphics Technology