Course in Animation in Bergen in Norway

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If you’re looking to continue your personal development with a multitude of study options either online or in a classroom, law courses are for you. Specific study topics typically include intellectual property, commercial law and regulatory theory.

If you have an interest in art and technology consider a masters program in animation. With a degree in animation, you will learn how to use the latest software to design and bring to life characters, scenery and much more!

Norway (Norge) is the westernmost, northernmost — and in fact the easternmost — of the three Scandinavian countries. Norway is well known for its amazing and varied scenery. The fjords in the west of the country are long narrow inlets, flanked on either side by tall mountains where the sea penetrates far inland. The ultimate responsibility for the education lies with the Norwegian Ministry of Education and Research.

Bergen is located in western Norway and was established in 1070, it is said to be the international hub for aquaculture, shipping and petroleum and nationally it is considered to be the center of higher education, tourism and finance. The University of Bergen offers quality education here.

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3D Film Production

Noroff Online Studies
Campus or Online Full time 2 years August 2017 Norway Oslo Bergen Kristiansand Sandnes + 3 more

During the first year of 3D Film Production you learn the 3D crafts, and the second year teaches you to make captivating 3D films. When producing a 3D film, you will be using software and 3D characters instead of film cameras and actors... [+]

Course Studies in Animation in Bergen in Norway. During the first year of 3D Film Production you learn the 3D crafts, and the second year teaches you to make captivating 3D films. When producing a 3D film, you will be using software and 3D characters instead of film cameras and actors. First year - The 3D craft The first year of 3D Film Production is identical to 3D Design and Animation. You can still apply directly for this two-year study program; 3D Film Production. To be good at something you need continuous training, and 3D Design and Animation is no exception. In this course we start building, or modeling, very simple objects in 3D. We then texturize, or paint these objects, before finally lighting and completing them. Thereafter, it is back to modeling again, but this time with greater complexity. Again, we do more texturing and lighting, and we also increase the levels of detail and complexity. The same process is repeated over and over again, but with even more refinement each time. That way, we are able to slowly but surely, progress from the production a simple object like a cup, on to more complicated objects, such as a human figure. The next challenge is to construct these characters’ movements in a manner that is believable. Once more, the aim is to strive towards greater complexity as we focus on advanced 3D figures of human beings. If you are able to sculpt a human, you can basically create anything... [-]

3D Game Design

Noroff Online Studies
Campus or Online Full time 1 year August 2017 Norway Kristiansand Oslo Bergen Sandnes + 3 more

During the first year of 3D Game Design you learn the 3D crafts, and in the second year you learn to develop creative game contents. The course provides insight into the game development industry, from idea to finished product... [+]

During the first year of 3D Game Design you learn the 3D crafts, and in the second year you learn to develop creative game contents. The course provides insight into the game development industry, from idea to finished product. First year - The 3D craft The first year of 3D Game Design is identical to 3D Design and Animation. You can still apply directly for this two-year study program; 3D Game Design. To be good at something you need continuous training, and 3D Design and Animation is no exception. In this course we start building, or modeling, very simple objects in 3D. We then texturize, or paint these objects, before finally lighting and completing them. Thereafter, it is back to modeling again, but this time with greater complexity. Again, we do more texturing and lighting, and we also increase the levels of detail and complexity. The same process is repeated over and over again, but with even more refinement each time. That way, we are able to slowly but surely, progress from the production a simple object like a cup, on to more complicated objects, such as a human figure. The next challenge is to construct these characters’ movements in a manner that is believable. Once more, the aim is to strive towards greater complexity as we focus on advanced 3D figures of human beings. If you are able to sculpt a human, you can basically create anything in 3D. 3D is a mixture of both technical knowledge and artistic... [-]