Part time MA Programs in Computer Animation in England United Kingdom 2020
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Animation is the process of creating static images that are filmed in succession in order to create an illusion of movement. Categories of animation include classical drawing, stop motion, computer, and three dimensional. Studying live action and translating it to animation takes skill and training.
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This course will enable students with some experience of 3D computer graphics to develop and enhance their abilities in the skills required by the computer animation and
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This course will enable students with some experience of 3D computer graphics to develop and enhance their abilities in the skills required by the computer animation and visual effects industries. It is one of a suite of digital media courses that enable you to study professional digital media practice in a studio environment and work as part of an interdisciplinary team with students from across the full programme. Through a student-centred project-based curriculum, you work to develop specialist skills such as character animation, character rigging, effects animation, modelling, texturing and lighting.
This course has been developed in consultation with our industry panel, which includes representatives from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe, DreamWorks and Samsung Design Europe. We are also an active member of TIGA, the games industry's representative body, and the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA).
The courses have a project-based curriculum where collaborative interdisciplinary teamwork is encouraged.
The industry-focused learning experience enables you to hone your specialist skills in a professional context. Work placements, real projects, internships and an industry mentoring scheme will also prepare you for entry into the fast-growing and highly competitive digital media arena.
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