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DDA-632 3D Animation: Expressive Motion

3 Credits

  • Monday

    6:00 pm – 8:50 pm

    Myrtle Hall, 4W -09

3D Animation: Expressive Motion covers the 12 principles of animation and enables students to establish character believability through expressive posing and motion. Through this process, students will gain a proper understanding of timing, weight, acting, and the ability to create a character that an audience will be able to empathize with. The course will also covers an introductory overview of character rigging techniques. Classes will consist of lectures, in-class exercises and critiques, homework assignments and a research project.