MAY824 - Advanced Character Animation

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Subject Title
Advanced Character Animation

Subject Description
The student will focus on character animation in the 3D world this semester. The student will develop a storyboard, character designs, location designs and layouts withing their Storyboarding - Project Development course, which will then be used with the animation created to produce a short film (1 min in length) with an emphasis on personality, emotion and attitude.

Prerequisite: ANI 101 and MAY724.

Credit Status
3D Animation (DAN) Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Apply an advanced understanding of animation principles.

2. Create convincing character performances.

3. Create a final project that demonstrates advanced animation technique.

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