Topic: Advanced 3D ModelingThis course is for students who want to expand on the skills they gained in ARTS 213 3D Modeling and ARTS 279 3D Animation. Projects will focus on exploring how 3D modeling can be used for next-generation user interfaces and, prepare students for a career as an animator and communication designer.Prerequisite: ARTS 213 3D Modeling
Topic: Web Comics and Satirical IllustrationThis course is for students who want to explore the emerging field of web comics. Assignments will focus on using comics for political commentary and social satire. Topics for lectures include contemporary cartoonists and ways of publishing and promoting web and independent content. This course is perfect for students with a concentration in Animation and Illustration.
Prerequisite: ARTS 188: Illustration I
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Hey QC Design Students,
Don’t forget to vote tomorrow! Polls are open from 6:00AM – 9:00Pm.
Here are some illustrated posters by QC students in Professor Sayles’ Illustration 2/3 course that remind us about the importance of voting.
This course is for students who want to expand on the skills they gained in ARTS 193 VT: Introduction to Digital Animation. Students will work with renowned animator Dustin Grella to create projects that will prepare them for a career as an animator. This course is perfect for students with a concentration in Animation and Illustration.
Prerequisite: ARTS193 VT: Intro to Digital Animation
Instructor: Dustin Grella
Day/time: Wednesdays 1:40pm – 5:30pm
This is an introductory course on the culture, theory, and design of games. In this course, students will work in teams to create several games and write game design documentation. Through the playing and analysis of games, lectures, assigned readings and process blogs, students will develop a foundation in game design that will be applicable to other interactive experiences. This will count as a lower level elective for Design majors.
Instructor: Amelia Marzec
Day and Time: Mondays from 1:40-5:30PM
This course focuses on storytelling skills for time-based media through the introduction of storyboarding techniques. Storyboarding is the art of transforming a written script into a sequential, visual story. Concepts addressed in this course include: tools, methods and techniques, visual storytelling and narrative structure, shot composition, “acting,” and character development. This will count as a lower-level elective for Design majors.
Instructor: Elliot Cowan
Prerequisites: ARTS 191; and ARTS 188 or ARTS151
Day and Time: Sundays from 1:00-4:50pm
This course introduces students to the field of children’s book illustration through lectures, demonstrations, and writing and drawing exercises. This course is primarily for students interested in illustration and design, and will count as an upper-level elective.
Prerequisites: ARTS 151, or ARTS 188
Instructor: Elizabeth Sayles
Day and time: Saturday, 1:00-4:50PM