Course Start DatesMonday 10th August 2020
About the Course
This course focuses on the process of image-making in the game design industry.
It's hands-on, taught in a series of practical workshops and group sessions.
This course is ideal if you are considering a future in game design, animation or creative media.
During this course you will:
- investigate the role of concept artist in the game production process
- develop your 2D and 3D visualisation skills
- use a combination of hand drawing and digital techniques
- develop characters and environments in response to a project brief.
What will you gain?
At the end of the course you will have a range of work for your portfolio including development sketches and finished images.
Tutor: Adam Horsepool is a freelance illustrator and animator with several years’ experience in the design industry.
He studied animation at Lincoln University, specialising in visual development and character design.
Adam first started as a professional animator producing work for marketing campaigns, e-learning courses and character design for large companies; this is where his interest in illustration began.
He has illustrated a number of children's books for various studios such as Warner Brothers, Igloo Books and Kevin the Carrot for Aldi.
Adam is currently working as a lecturer in the animation department at NTU, teaching storyboarding and visual development.
Entry requirement: You should have an enthusiasm for the subject and an eagerness to explore new ways of working and share your ideas.
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What's included in the price?
One week of quality tuition with experienced tutor.
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