Classes are Available Online or on Campus in Washington DC
Learn industry standard techniques to bring your characters and imagination to life in 3D. In this intensive summer course, you'll learn how to develop compelling game-ready assets and tell stories through the powerful medium of computer graphics. Guided by an experienced artist from the video game industry, you'll create custom 3D characters and objects within a media and entertainment industry context.
ART386: 3D Modeling and Animation I
This course introduces students to basic concepts when working with 3D computer graphics and its various industry applications in VFX, advertising and gaming. Industry-standard software will be used to create 3-D still renderings, short animated sequences and character designs. Students' focus is on three-dimensional modeling and basic animation techniques, with an emphasis on creativity, originality and experimentation.
Instructor: Andrew Shim, M.F.A.
June 26 – August 12, 2023
Tuesday and Thursday
Salve Regina Digital Arts LabThe Department of Art maintains a state of the art computer lab serving all areas of digital art and design.
Printmaking FacilitiesScreenprinting courses at the Department of Art provide students with the opportunity to integrate digital tools and processing methods with traditional studio art-making formats.