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George Brown College Advanced Diploma in Game – Art
George Brown College

Advanced Diploma in Game – Art

Toronto, Canada

3 Years

English

Full time

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CAD 22,493 / per year

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Introduction

Video games have become one of the leading forms of artistic expression in the twenty-first century. Game art requires a combination of talents, hard work, and passion. The Game – Art three-year advanced diploma is a rigorous program of study that focuses on the principles and techniques of video game art creation required to break into the industry.

As a student of this program, you will develop both two-dimensional and three-dimensional artistic abilities by learning concept art, sprite and pixel art, modeling, texturing, animation, and level design. Taught by faculty with industry experience and mentored by local game industry leaders, you will develop games for commercial, educational, and other purposes.

You will have the unique opportunity to develop commercial quality games in a simulated video game studio environment, at times working with industry partners and game programmers. In the second year, you choose whether to specialize in game modeling or game animation.

Prior to graduation, you will assemble a portfolio/demo of your creative work demonstrating your ability in game development and highlighting your chosen area of specialization. It is anticipated that graduates of the Game Development program will find employment in the game industry at entry-level positions.

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Students with approved portfolios are eligible for non-mandatory external field placements in semesters 5 and/or semester 6.

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