Animation has become an increasingly important media form and examples can be seen in platforms as different as advertising, feature films, mobile phone content, the internet and television. Good animation skills are also important in the computer games industry. The animation industry includes both large production companies and individuals working on small digital projects. Animation on all scales requires people with fresh, exciting ideas for new work, whilst larger companies will need individuals with specialist skills, such as storyboarding and ‘tweening’.
This course aims to develop learners’ skills in the production of 2D and 3D animations using traditional or digital techniques, or a combination of the two. Learners will work on design, character, setting and narrative whilst also developing production techniques.
Information & support
WHEN : Thursday 12.50-1.50pm
WHERE : B27
TUTOR : Laura Jarman
CONTACT : firstname.lastname@example.org
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What can I do with this qualification?
Further specialist animation training could be studied on either AS/A level Graphic Design or BTEC level 3/Extended Diploma.
QUALIFICATION : Brockenhurst College Accreditation Certification.
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