AN3D 4250 - Advanced 3D Computer Animation Motion Studies
In this senior-level studio course students further develop their skills, insights, and knowledge of character animation. Topics of study include advanced forms of locomotion, the relationship between storytelling and character animation, dialogue, and the importance of acting and performance. Upon successful completion of this course, students will have completed a series of animation exercises for use in their senior portfolio.
Prerequisites: AN3D 3230 - 3D Computer Animation Motion Studies
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Animate complex movement with 3D characters, emphasizes weight, physics, performance and acting.
- Identify phoneme mouth visimes and their application into dialogue and lip synch.
- Implements the 12 principles of animation.
- Differentiates the difference in locomotion between quadruped, biped and avian characters.
AN3D 4250 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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