3DAN 207: 3D Character Creation

This course covers the creation of 3D computer graphic characters for animation, from character development and concept art to final model with textures, hair, clothing and facial details. Students will explore prototyping strategies that integrate design with the animation process. The course emphasizes modeling principles and techniques for producing an optimal geometry flow that supports advanced sculpting and texture painting, and prepares the model for rigging and animation.

Priority is given to 3DAN students in Year 2. Students outside of the registration priority group may register/waitlist for this course as of the registration rule release date.


ANIM-220 3D Computer Animation II or 3DAN-220 3D Computer Animation II

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Term Section Title
Spring 2020 3DAN-207-S001 3D Character Creation
Spring 2020 3DAN-207-S002 3D Character Creation