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3DFM-(3D Film Making)

Duration - 12 Months

With the advent of new technologies in filmmaking, animation has become easier and fun to work with. With the right skill set, you can give expression to your ideas, create memorable characters & bring them to life, and invent fantastic worlds that inspire and entertain audience. Learn to bring your imagination alive by enrolling in advanced 3D animation course that focuses on storyboarding, 3D filmmaking, character animation, and much more.

Course Overview

This introductory course is designed to provide students with a strong foundation in filmmaking principles and 3D animation techniques. Through a combination of lectures, practical assignments, and hands-on workshops, students will learn essential concepts and techniques to create visually stunning and engaging animations. By the end of this course, students will have a solid understanding of the 3D animation pipeline and be well-prepared to pursue further studies or career opportunities in the field.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the Introduction to 3D Animation for Media and Entertainment course, students will gain the following learning outcomes and potential job prospects.

Learning Outcomes: 

  • A strong foundation in 3D animation techniques and principles for media and entertainment projects. 

  • Proficiency in various aspects of the 3D animation pipeline, including modeling, texturing, rigging, layout and pre-visualization, animation, lighting-rendering and editing.

  • Experience using industry-standard 3D animation software.

  • An understanding of character design, character animation, and creating compelling performances. 

  • Knowledge of visual effects, particle systems, and simulations in 3D animation.

  • Experience in post-production processes, including video editing, color grading, and sound design. 

  • A portfolio showcasing their skills in 3D animation, including a short 3D animation created during the course.


Potential Job Prospects

After completing this course, students will be better prepared to pursue various job opportunities within the 3D animation industry, such as: 

  • 3D Modeler: Building and sculpting 3D models of characters, environments, and props for animation projects. 

  • Layout artist: Using cinematography principles and camera animation techniques to block layouts for movies, game cinematics or commercials.

  • Character Animator: Specializing in animating characters and creatures for films, television shows, video games, or commercials. 

  • 3D Generalist: Working on multiple aspects of the 3D animation pipeline, such as modeling, texturing, rigging, and animating. 

  • Lighting Artist: Designing the lighting for 3D scenes to create mood, atmosphere, and visual appeal. 

  • Visual Effects (VFX) Artist: Creating and integrating visual effects, simulations, and particle systems into 3D scenes. 

  • 3D Environment Artist: Designing and creating 3D environments and worlds for animated projects or video games. Students can also use the skills and knowledge gained from this course to pursue further studies in specialized areas of 3D animation, visual effects, or game design. This course serves as an excellent starting point for those interested in building a career in the media and entertainment industry.

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