- 10 Weeks
- Software Used:
- Autodesk Maya
Produce a Believable Digital Environment
Digital sets are growing in importance in the effects extensions of physical sets. The creation of truly successful digital sets is difficult, requiring utmost modeling efficiency, an eye for architectural design, extensive texturing, and subtle and realistic lighting. This course will provide the fundamental strategies and techniques to achieve rich, believable environments.
Topics covered will include a survey of architectural design, modeling fundamentals, advanced texturing techniques, environmental lighting approaches, as well as proper camera work, setup and composition. Two intensive structures will be built and rendered, allowing the student to carry advanced renderings from the class for their reel.
Registration for Fall Term is closed.
Winter Term Registration Opens:
Monday, December 2nd 2013
Instructor: Greg Downing
- 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
- Start Date:
- October 7th, 2013
Complement your hard surface models with realistic finishes. Define surface qualities such as metal, wood, and plastic, as well as adding weathered, worn or distressed traits. Good texturing incorporates the ability ...