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Basic professional training to get started in 3D Animation.
Basic professional training to develop your main ideas of characters and scenarios.
The Motion Graphic Design and Motion Design, is animated graphical elements like pictures, pictograms, or typography, synchronized sound.
The 3D animation and CGI are now present in all areas of creative communications. The sector Animation and 3D realization, taught in three years, allows to train for these techniques. It is naturally focused on the sectors of digital creation: the video game and animated film.
Animation is seen as an evolving concept to evolving art form, required by the handwerkliches- and design skills as well as have the will to experiment and artistic venture.
Our courses are for anyone interested in careers in computer game development and gaming content for industry and media. You will gain a sound grounding in these areas while working across a variety of platforms.
If you love computer games and would like to develop and programme your own, then this Level 3 Games Technology course is the perfect way to prepare for a creative career or university.
If you love computer games and would like to create designs for your own, then this Level 3 Games Art course is the perfect way to prepare for a creative career or university.
If you love computer games and would like to start producing your own, then this Level 2 Games Development course is perfect for you.
During this course, you will be introduced to a range of modelling techniques using the computer-aided design (CAD) software Rhino.
Design and build beautiful, responsive websites using HTML and CSS.
The Sound for Picture & Games program is specifically tailored to prepare you for a career in post-production, sound design, and composition for visual media. This one-year curriculum focuses on technical production skills, creative workflow, interactive game audio, film scoring and music composition.
The Think Tank Online program is designed to train working artists for the CG industry in the following roles: - Environments for games (immersive real-time environments) - Hard surface modeling for film (robots, mechs, ships, etc) - Character modeling for games (characters that star in video games) - Organic modeling for film (living elements for film – characters, creatures, animals, organisms, etc) - Texturing and look dev for film (including texturing of assets) How It Works: Our program focuses on asset creation and is four full terms - 16 months in total, each term is 14 weeks. The first term is Foundation and anyone can apply, however, you must meet the system requirements. Upon completion, you then move on to choose your career specialty for the Intermediate and Advanced semesters. You do not need to know your specialization prior to applying as you can discover your abilities while working through the Foundation term. The final semester is the one-on-one Mentorship. Throughout the program, you will have access to our online learning portal where you connect with other students and working industry professional mentors. Here you can ask questions, share portfolios, receive professional art direction and feedback – all online! Program Highlights: - 16 months of training - Pay per term or all at once - 5% off when you pay for all four terms up front - Director-derived curriculums that allow for job focused demo reels - Weekly live lesson and Q&As with seasoned industry professionals - Access to Think Tank’s comprehensive resource centre - Live one-on-one mentorships Prerequisites: - Windows desktop computer, webcam, headset and the time to focus and work hard - 18 years of age or high school diploma
The CIW Web Design Specialist Course (formerly titled Design Methodology and Technology) teaches you how to design and publish Web sites.