AG 3840 - Experimental Animation
This senior-level studio course broadens the definition of “animation” and “game art” to include the viewpoint of the fine artist. Emphasis is placed on conceptual explorations in a digital environment. Experimental forms of computer animation through artistic expression are explored. Upon successful completion of the course, students will have created short projects that demonstrate individual style and voice, as well as non-traditional approaches to 2D, 3D and game animation.
Prerequisites: AN3D 3230 - 3D Computer Animation Motion Studies or AN2D 3230 - Character Animation + Motion Studies
Course Learning Outcomes:
- Recognize the value of fine art production in a digital environment.
- Create animations using non-traditional methods.
- Evaluate artistic and creative expression for non-commercial animation productions.
AG 3840 Course Learning Outcome Rubric
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