ARTV 2120 - Character Development (3)
Prerequisites: ARTV 2150 - Computer Graphic Studio I or Upon review and approval of professor Character Development is a course that focuses on improving techniques for developing memorable characters and executing exciting designs. This course exposes students to both elements of developing believing characters and the anatomy of stories. Students will create their own stories. Afterward, this course explores the character design process by focusing on style guide/ reference creation, silhouettes, anatomy and proportion, turnaround, facial expressions and color basics. Lastly, this course Will allow students to sculpt one character, bringing them to life.
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